OCTOBER 20, 2023:

The Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) of Washoe County and Sierra Nevada Construction (SNC) will close the southbound lane of Los Altos Parkway between Goodwin Road and South Vista Boulevard beginning Monday, Oct. 23, and it is expected to re-open at the end of shift Thursday, Oct. 26.

The road will then be open to two-way traffic until Monday, Oct. 30, when crews will close the northbound lane along the same segment, which is expected to be completed on Friday, Nov. 3. The road will open up to two-way traffic at the end of shift.

About the Las Brisas & Los Altos Resurfacing Project:

Improvements on Las Brisas Boulevard between Robb Drive and Brittania Drive include Mill and Overlay. The project between Brittania Drive and North McCarran Boulevard includes slurry seal. Other improvements include replacement of the asphalt pavement, patching and crack sealing.

Improvements on Los Altos Parkway include slurry seal between North Vista Boulevard and Goodwin Road, and Mill and Overlay from Goodwin Road to South Vista Boulevard.

In addition to pavement improvements, the project will replace curbs and gutters as necessary, improve pedestrian ramps as needed, and install green pavement markings for bicycle lanes. 

Drivers can anticipate lane closures and detours during construction.

The RTC expects to complete the project in November, taking less than 50 working days depending on weather.

This project represents a $4.5 million investment as part of the RTC’s annual Pavement Preservation Program, paid for with local fuel tax funding.

Media Contact: Josh MacEachern, Public Information Officer | RTC Media Phone: 775-420-1727

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