Ask the Team

Concerned about construction delays? Sharing rides is a great way to improve travel times for everyone. The RTC TRIP MATCH (rtcwashoe.greenride.com) program is a fast, easy and convenient way to look for carpool matches (and also bus, bike and walk buddies). Visit rtctripmatch.com and you may discover a new friend with similar travel patterns. There’s also a Guaranteed Ride Home program so you don’t need to fear being stranded at work without a ride home if travel plans unexpectedly change.
Plan ahead. When possible, plan your trip during non-peak hours (after 9 am and before 3 pm).
Combine trips. Run errands and schedule appointments when you are already out and about.
Car pool. Fewer vehicles on the road will help relieve traffic congestion.
Watch for pedestrians. Construction will include temporary sidewalk closures and signed detours.
Leave early. Traffic could be delayed up to 20 minutes.
Use transit. More people on the bus = less vehicles on the road.
Slow down. Speed limits are reduced in construction zones and fines are doubled.
Pay attention. Traffic control and work zones will be changing frequently.

Project Managers

Warren Call, P.E.

Project Manager — RTC
(775) 335-1881
wcall@rtcwashoe.com

Amy Cummings, AICP/LEED AP

Director of Planning — RTC
(775) 335‐1825
acummings@rtcwashoe.com

Mark Casey, P.E.

Project Manager — Wood Rodgers
(775) 823-9443
mcasey@woodrodgers.com

Andy Durling, AICP, LEED AP
Planning Lead — Wood Rodgers

(775) 823‐5211
adurling@woodrodgers.com

Mike Davidson, P.E.

Design Manager — Wood Rodgers
(775) 823‐4064
mdavidson@woodrodgers.com