Northwestern Nevada Construction Report
I-580 Reconstruction Project
The approximately $12.1
million project by contractor Q & D Construction will improve southbound
I-580/U.S. 395 from Glendale Avenue to Moana Lane. Aging concrete roadway slabs
last constructed more than 30 years ago will be replaced between Mill Street and
Villanova Drive on I-580 southbound. Other areas of existing roadway concrete
that are not replaced will be resurfaced on both directions of the interstate.
In addition, select bridges will be seismically retrofitted and interchange
crossings below the freeway will receive Americans with Disabilities Act
accessibility enhancements. The project is expected to complete in fall 2015,
providing an enhanced concrete southbound I-580 roadway surface. More than
140,000 vehicles travel the stretch of I-580 daily.
the next few weeks, nighttime construction-related lane closures will take place
Sunday through Thursday evenings. In late spring, major roadway rehabilitation
will begin, with southbound traffic routed to northbound interstate lanes as
repairs are made. Three interstate lanes will remain open in each direction. The
Glendale Avenue on-ramp to southbound I-580 will also be closed during
construction, with intermittent closures of the Mill Street and Plumb Lane off
Carson City Freeway Phase 2B-2 from Fairview Drive U.S. 50/Spooner Summit
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
project website at www.ccfreeway.com
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