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

Some traffic delays are likely so please allow a few extra minutes. It’s a small price to pay to protect Lake Tahoe for decades to come.

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Where: ED 89 PM 8.6-13.8 Junction of 50/89 to Cascade Road
What: Water Quality Improvements, Paving
When:
Late Summer to Oct. Up to 20 Minute Delay
Where: ED 89 PM 18-24.9 North of Eagle Falls Viaduct to Meeks Bay
What: Water Quality Improvements, Paving
When:
May - Oct. Up to 20 Minute Delay
Where: ED/PLA 89 PM 27.2-27.4, 0-8.5; 0.2 miles south of the ED/PLA county line to Tahoe City
What: Water Quality Improvements, Paving
When:
May - Oct. Up to 20 Minute Delay
Where: PLA 89 PM 8.6-13.7: Tahoe City to Squaw Valley
What: Drainage Improvements
When:
May - Oct. Up to 20 Minute Delay
Where: PLA 28 PM 9.3-10.2: Junction of Highway 267 to Chipmunk Street in Kings Beach
What: Streetscape and Water Quality Improvements
When:
April - June and Sept - Oct. Intermittent 20 Minute Delays Possible
Where: SR 207 Kingsbury Grade from the junction of US 50 to 3.6 miles East of US 50
What: Roadway Reconstruction
When:
May and Sept.
June - Aug.
up to 30 Minute Delay 24 hours a day.
Nightwork up to 30 Minute Delay
Where: U.S 50 PM 73.7-75.4 from South Tahoe Airport to junction of 50/89
What: Water Quality Improvements, Paving
When:
May - Oct. Up to 10 Minute Delay
Where: U.S 50 PM 67.6-72.9 from Johnson Pass Road to Incline Road in Meyers
What: Water Quality Improvements
When:
May - Oct. Up to 10 Minute Delay