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The 4th Street / Prater Way transit project has won a federal grant! The RTC has been awarded $16 million in federal grants to develop a rapid bus transit service connecting Reno and Sparks. View the official News Release Here [PDF] More information [rgj.com]...

On November 1, 2013 the Nevada Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration provided approval of the project’s Programmatic Categorical Exclusion (CE). The Federal Transit Administration provided approval of the CE in February 2014. In April, RTC submitted an application to the U.S. Department of...

The 4th Street/Prater Way NEPA and Preliminary Design team continues to work toward completion of the NEPA process.  On November 1, 2013 the Nevada Department of Transportation, along with the Federal Highways Administration provided approval of the project’s Programmatic Categorical Exclusion.  The Wood Rodgers design...

Recommendations from the Corridor Study Report are being brought forward to a next phase of more detailed design and study.  Work is currently underway on the 30% design and NEPA (National Environmental Policy Act) permitting for a portion of the corridor from Evans Avenue to...

If you missed the Community Open House or would like to review the exhibit boards that were displayed, you may download them here: Community Open House Exhibit Boards [PDF] If you would like to download the PDF to your computer, right-click the link and select the "Save...

. PDF Resources Second Community Workshop Summary Arts and Culture, Stakeholder Meeting Presentation Interpretive Options Reconnaissance Survey of East 4th Street (88mb, zipped PDF) . ....

The project team has completed the Existing Conditions Analysis for the 4th Street/Prater Way Corridor Study.  The Analysis attempted to identify major issues, opportunities, challenges, and trends within the corridor.  This Analysis also includes a summary of the first Public Open House, with the comments...

The first of four Public Open House meetings took place on Thursday, September 15 from 4 – 7 pm at the Robert Mitchell Elementary School on Prater Way in Sparks.  A sign-in sheet located near the main door to the school indicates that 29 people...