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SouthEast Connector


The SouthEast Connector Project is an important investment in the Truckee Meadows that addresses long‐term transportation needs and improves the mobility of people, goods and services throughout northern Nevada.The project is an ongoing effort between the RTC, partner agencies and the community that began almost 40 years ago.Once completed, the new roadway will stretch 5.5 miles from the intersection of Greg Street and Sparks Boulevard at the northern end, to South Meadows Parkway and Veterans Parkway at the southern end. The road will be three lanes in each direction with two new signals at Mira Loma Drive and Pembroke Drive.

Go to www.southeastconnector.com for more project information.

SouthEast Connector 2017 Flood Video Files:  (Note - files are in zip format)

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