(Photo credit: VisitRenoTahoe.com)
Washoe County is asking residents and visitors to participate in an online survey for the Washoe County Tahoe Transportation Plan, available through June 30. Using an interactive map and answering a few short questions, participants have the opportunity to provide input about their transportation concerns and priorities for the Incline Village/Crystal Bay areas.
“Incline Village and Crystal Bay are the communities that tie Washoe County to Lake Tahoe, a treasure in our backyard,” Commissioner Alexis Hill said. “I want to learn from the community about how we can improve public safety, traffic, parking, and aesthetics on the north shore to make the experience of visiting and living in Tahoe better for all.”
Input received through the website will be used to identify needs, priorities, and goals for the Incline Village/Crystal Bay areas.
The study is focused on identifying safety and mobility solutions for the Incline Village and Crystal Bay areas. It is focusing on:
- Envisioning the future of State Route 28
- Supporting transit improvements
- Exploring parking solutions
- Refining the snow plowing strategy for multiuse trails
- Expanding the use of trip reduction programs
The online survey and interactive map will be available for public comment through June 30. An in-person public meeting is being planned for this fall and the plan is expected to be completed by the end of 2022.