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Why the Roadwork?

Did you know the roadwork happening around Lake Tahoe isn’t just for the roads? Caltrans is building new storm drain systems to protect water quality. The new drainage systems will capture stormwater runoff and filter out dirt, oil and litter before it gets to the lake.

Some traffic delays are unavoidable so please allow some extra time. It’s a small price to pay to protect Lake Tahoe for decades to come.

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2018 Tahoe Basin Construction Map
Current Projects
Fanny Bridge
State Route 89 (Placer County): This project in Tahoe City includes building a new Truckee River bridge east of the Caltrans Maintenance Yard with roundabouts on either end, replacing the existing Truckee River “Fanny” Bridge, constructing a roundabout at the “Wye” intersection and making complete street enhancements to the portion of Highway 89/West Lake Boulevard that will become a county road after project completion, which is expected in 2018.
89/50 “Y” to the Trout Creek Bridge
This project will collect and treat stormwater runoff as part of the Lake Tahoe Environmental Improvement Program (EIP). It will also widen the roadway to provide 6-foot shoulders for bike lanes, replace traffic signals, replace curb, gutter and sidewalks, and improve pavement cross slope. Caltrans is working with the City of South Lake Tahoe to incorporate improvements at Sierra Boulevard. (signal and left turn lane).
Upcoming Projects
ED 89 in Meyers
US 50 Echo Summit
Tahoe Roads May. 24, 2018
Construction will be paused for #MemorialDay starting at noon on Friday, May 25, and resuming at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 29. Remember that work zones will still be set up, so #BeWorkZoneAlert! https://t.co/F6F044hN37
Tahoe Roads May. 23, 2018
#MemorialDay weekend is coming up. Be extra cautious when driving around the Lake. Construction will be paused during the holiday weekend. https://t.co/P04NGlpUbY
NWS Reno May. 23, 2018
Showers and thunderstorms are already forming around the region. Heavy rain, small hail, and gusty/erratic winds to 35 mph can be expected in and near these storms. When thunder roars, head indoors! https://t.co/oD4XaWP4I4
NWS Reno May. 21, 2018
Interstate 80 to be affected (in boxed area) by frequent lightning, gusty winds to around 35 mph, and brief heavy rainfall over the next couple hours. Be prepared for some ponding of water and the threat for hydroplaning on I-80. https://t.co/92I2oUOVqL
NWS Reno May. 21, 2018
A band of showers and storms is expected to develop later this afternoon and evening. Storms will track westward across western #Nevada and into the #Sierra with periods of heavy rainfall and small hail possible. https://t.co/4QDWy0l7Me
Tahoe Roads May. 21, 2018
It’s imperative that bicyclists DO NOT ride through work zones. For bike detours visit: https://t.co/lYJCM0OUam #BeWorkZoneAlert https://t.co/Z3MY7QzXe7
Tahoe Roads May. 21, 2018
Our biggest fans this week: @swellyn, @NedaKPIX, @WeekndLasVegas_. Thank you! via https://t.co/hmKcZJuYAW https://t.co/5jEuAEhLAk
NWS Reno May. 19, 2018
Check out this time-lapse of a stratus deck across Lake Tahoe this morning. Fog and low clouds will continue through about 10 am this morning. (courtesy of AlertTahoe Cams) https://t.co/WNLCiN0H7d