The Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) of Washoe County held a public meeting Thursday, December 7 at McKinley Arts & Culture Center as part of the feasibility study phase of the Keystone Bridge Project.
The event included a presentation on the intended scope of the project, including the possible replacement of the Keystone Bridge and other transportation improvements in the area.
“In addition to building a bridge that will serve our community for generations to come, this project will help provide vital multimodal improvements for cyclists and pedestrians,” said Josh MacEachern, Public Information Officer for the RTC. “We’re excited to collect public feedback that will help make sure this opportunity addresses the needs of our growing area.”
RTC is collecting public feedback on the proposed plans through December 28, 2023 via KeystoneBridgeProject.com.
Media Contact: Josh MacEachern, Public Information Officer
email@example.com | RTC Media Phone: 775-420-1727
Public Presentation Video:
About the Keystone Bridge Project: The objective of the Keystone Bridge Replacement is to provide a structurally sound Keystone Avenue bridge over the Truckee River in Reno, Nevada, and improve mobility options in the corridor surrounding the bridge, approximately from California Avenue to West 1st Street. The replacement of the Keystone Bridge is federally funded by Federal Bridge Formula Program (BFP). Additional funding will be required to cover improvement beyond the limits of bridge funding. This project is led by the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County (RTC), in cooperation with the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT), and the City of Reno, with the active participation of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and other key stakeholders.
About RTC: The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County, Nevada serves the citizens of Reno, Sparks and unincorporated areas of Washoe County. As the federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization for the region, the RTC provides leadership in planning and implements quality transportation systems to meet the community’s present and future transportation needs. For more information about RTC projects visit rtcwashoe.com and sign up for email updates using MyRTC or call (775) 348-0400. Follow RTC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.