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Tahoe Transportation Projects Awarded $11 Million

Tahoe City Transportation projects awarded $11 million


The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) has awarded funding to seven critical transportation projects across the Tahoe Region that will reduce congestion, expand regional trails, provide free transit, support sustainable recreation and tourism, improve lake clarity, and create climate resiliency.

North Lake Tahoe projects include:

North Tahoe Regional Bike Trail - $300,000

Construction planning for the North Shore Tahoe Trail connecting Dollar Point to Tahoe Vista, providing safe bicycle and pedestrian access between North Shore communities.

SR 89 Fanny Bridge Community Revitalization Project - $3,000,000

For implementation of the final phase of the State Route 89 Fanny Bridge replacement and roundabouts in Tahoe City. The final phase will improve access to Tahoe City, replace aging infrastructure, and improve safety.

SR 28 Central Corridor Improvements - Sand Harbor Nevada State Park to Incline Village- Parking and Safety Improvements - $3,725,000

Help construct new parking and trail extensions to better manage congestion, parking, and recreation access along Tahoe’s East Shore. The project will help to better manage visitation at Sand Harbor State Park and improve lake clarity and safety along state Route 28.

Learn more about other Tahoe region projects HERE.