Road ConstructionRoad construction and increased traffic: an inevitable combination due to our long summer days and cool winters. Plan ahead for spring and summer road construction projects and larger infrastructure projects that include traffic delays. Quick reference online guides and contact information listed below.
Incline Village Projects
Incline Village, Nevada Washoe County slurry seal and larger construction projects (Lower Wood Creek Water Quality Project) are available online. Make sure to open this direct page, scroll and zoom to the Incline area. Select the highlighted road to learn more about the project. If you are having trouble, please connect with Washoe311. Learn More »
Submit A Request Online!
For additional information on construction projects within unincorporated Washoe County, please submit a request online. Learn More »
Nevada Division of Transportation
Nevada Division of Transportation online map of current and upcoming roads projects. Road Conditions are available online or by calling 511 or 1-877-NV-ROADS.
City of Reno
City of Reno expected road closures are available online to help you plan your commute. For more information contact Reno Direct at (775) 334-INFO (4636) or submit an online issue.
City of Sparks
City of Sparks, Nevada lists major road construction projects within their jurisdiction online, including those coordinated with partnering agencies.
Tahoe Transportation District
Tahoe Transportation District is responsible for transportation projects within the Lake Tahoe Basin. Visit their website for a listing and project map and to sign up to receive updates by email. Contact TTD at (775) 589-5500, email@example.com.
Regional Transportation Commission
RTC’s Engineering & Construction Department provides pavement preservation and new roadway construction projects for regional roads under the jurisdiction of Reno, Sparks, and Washoe County. RTC works with these jurisdictions to focus on regional roadways, streets that service large numbers of vehicle trips (greater than 5,000 average daily trips), and roads that provide connectivity between jurisdictions and across major geographic barriers. Visit RTC for more information on upcoming construction projects.