Mt. Rose Corridor Plan Virtual Public Meeting

Nevada

PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING

On August 10th, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. join the Nevada Department of Transportation at the Tamarack Casino located at 13101 South Virginia St. in Reno for an information meeting to discuss the Mt. Rose Corridor Plan and the corridor’s long-term vision. Any member of the public is invited to share their concerns, questions and comments. A recording of the presentation and materials will be available for public viewing from 8/10/21-09/10/21. Scroll down to “Community Outreach” to submit feedback or email the project team at NDOTMtRoseStudy@c-agroup.com. Learn more at dot.nv.gov/mtrose. If you need special accommodations please contact NDOT’s Public Involvement Specialist Cassie Mlynarek at 702-232-5288.
Background & History

Background & History

NDOT—in collaboration with the City of Reno, Washoe County, and the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) — is embarking on a planning effort that will address the needs, long-term vision, and courses of action needed to allow the Mt. Rose corridor to adapt while providing a safe and effective route for all users.
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Study Goals

Study Goals

The study will develop a corridor master plan completed at the end of 2021. The plan will provide a high-level vision for potential options to improve traffic safety and mobility for all transportation types.

Study Timeline

The following is a general schedule of the expected project timeline. Stay up to date with the Mt. Rose corridor by visiting the project site.
Nov-Dec 2020
Existing project conditions
JAN 26 2021 - FEB 9 2021
Virtual public meeting
Nov 2020-SUMMER 2021
Traffic analysis and access management
SUMMER 2021
Virtual Public Meeting
Jan-May 2021
Corridor vision development
Jun-Nov 2021
Corridor action plan
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Study Map

The Nevada Department of Transportation’s (NDOT) Mt. Rose corridor Study is centered on Mt. Rose Highway, State Route 431, from Douglas Fir Drive to Alternate U.S. 395 and Geiger Grade from Alternate U.S. 395 to the Veterans Parkway roundabout.
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Community Outreach

Have a question, comment, or concern?

We would love to hear it. Please fill in the form and an NDOT representative will get back to you as soon as they can.

NDOT is hosting a second virtual public meeting on August 10th from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in which stakeholders and community members can have their voices heard on this important issue.

Key Stakeholders

  • Nevada Highway Patrol
  • City of Reno
  • Washoe County
  • Washoe County School District
  • RTC Washoe
  • NDOT
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Resources and FAQ

Learn more about environmental studies, data maps, vision and action plans, and frequently asked questions.
  • What is the Mt. Rose Corridor Study?
    Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT), in collaboration with the City of Reno, Washoe County, and the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) of Washoe County, is embarking on a planning effort that will address needs and plans to allow the Mt. Rose Highway to continue to provide a safe and effective route for all users in the future. The study will develop a corridor master plan completed at the end of 2021. The plan will provide a high-level vision for potential options to improve traffic safety and mobility for all transportation types.
  • When will the study take place?

    The following is a general schedule of the expected project timeline. Stay up to date with the Mt. Rose Corridor by visiting the project site.

    Nov-Dec 2020: Existing project conditions
    Jan 26 2021: Virtual public meeting
    Nov 2020-Apr 2021: Traffic analysis and access management
    Jan-May 2021: Corridor vision development
    Jun-Nov 2021: Corridor action plan
  • Where is the Mt. Rose Corridor Study taking place?
    The Nevada Department of Transportation’s (NDOT) Mt. Rose Corridor Study is centered on Mt. Rose Highway, State Route 431, from Douglas Fir Drive to Alternate U.S. 395 and Geiger Grade Road from Alternate U.S. 395 to the Veterans Parkway roundabout. The study, including any identification action needed along the corridor, is anticipated to be completed by the end of 2021.
  • Will any homes or businesses be impacted?
    Currently no right-of-way impacts are anticipated, however impacts will be determined during the concept and final design process.
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