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Northwestern Nevada Construction Report

I-580/U.S.395 Spaghetti Bowl Bridge Resurfacing

The I-580/U.S.395 Spaghetti Bowl Bridge Resurfacing project has wrapped up for the 2016 construction season. Construction will begin again in spring of 2017 and complete by early summer.  

The approximately $1.5 million project by Truesdell Corporation will rehabilitate the aging roadway surface approaches to five bridges near the spaghetti bowl for a smoother and safer drive.

The work is part of  NDOT's proactive pavement preservation program through which state roadway surfaces are preserved and resurfaced before reaching time for more extensive and costly repairs. 

Nevada bridges have been named the nation's best in the last two years by ranking of U.S. Department of Transportation bridge data.

USA Parkway

The Nevada Department of Transportation, in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration, is extending USA Parkway from the current end of pavement south to U.S. 50 near Silver Springs in Lyon County. The extension will complete the 18-mile-long roadway and provide an additional connection between I-80 to U.S. 50. The new alignment will enhance accessibility and mobility between Lyon and Storey counties, as well as provide transportation infrastructure to support existing and planned land uses and economic development in both counties.USA Parkway

Carson City Freeway Phase 2B-3 from Fairview Drive to South Carson Street

Construction on phase 2B-3, construction of the freeway from Fairview Drive to South Carson Street, began in 2015. For project details, please go to: www.ccfreeway.com .

Sr 28 Shared-Use Path and Safety/Stormwater Enhancements

The SR 28 Shared Use Path Project takes an integrated approach to improving safety, mobility, water quality and recreational access within the SR 28 corridor.  Click here to visit the project web page for more detailed information.SR 28

Mt. Rose (SR 431) Truck Escape Ramp (complete)

Commercial trucks are now permitted to travel both directions of Mt. Rose Highway. (Commercial trucks were previously prohibited to travel westbound during construction, but are now permitted to travel both directions).

NDOT has completed the project by to enhance the State Route 431 Mt. Rose Highway truck escape ramp. The truck ramp, located on the westbound side of the highway in Incline Village, has been converted from the current rock surface to asphalt. A series of six pre-tensioned drag nets were added to the truck ramp to catch the front grill of runaway vehicles and help safely absorb the impact to slow, then ultimately stop, the vehicle. The asphalt surface of the truck ramp is heated to ensure that snow or ice does not hamper use of the nets during winter months. Two roadside flashing signs and one large overhead digital message sign are also being installed to alert drivers when a vehicle is in the truck ramp. The approximately $4.6 million project by Q & D Construction completed this fall. Click here for more information.


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