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Northwestern Nevada Construction Report

Mt. Rose Highway

Approximately $10 million project to repave and make guardrail, drainage and safety improvements on Mt. Rose Highway from Mt. Rose Junction (near Summit Sierra Mall) to Mt. Rose Summit. Project began in early June and is scheduled to end in fall 2015.

RUMBLE STRIPS - in areas near base of Mt. Rose Highway
ROCK SCALING/MESH on SLOPE - on westbound slope near summit

Construction Closures:
Single lane closures will take place in each direction. Construction in the residential area at the base of the highway will take place largely during nightime hours, with minimal daytime work. Road work will take place both night and day from the tree line up to the summit.

Carson City Freeway Phase 2B-2 from Fairview Drive U.S. 50/Spooner Summit

Carson City Freeway phase 2B-2, construction of the Snyder Avenue overpass along with drainage and utility relocation work, has been completed. Construction on phase 2B-3, construction of the freeway from Fairview Drive to South Carson Street, is expected to begin the first half of 2015.

View project website at www.ccfreeway.com

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