Sun Valley Blvd. is the heart of the Sun Valley community, providing access to neighborhoods, schools, services and businesses. Phase 1 of this project addresses improving safety, traffic flow and road conditions along the boulevard between 7th Avenue and Highland Ranch Parkway. a total of approximately 1.5 miles. Safety improvements include adding designated bicycle lanes, new sidewalks and lighted crosswalks, and modifying and adding transit stops that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. Traffic flow will be improved at the 7th Avenue intersection with designated left turn lanes. The roadway north of 7th Avenue will be reconstructed with the addition of curbs, gutters and associated drainage inlets.
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COMMUNITY SAFETY REMINDER.
It’s about to get dark earlier when we go back to standard time on November 1. Remember to use extra caution when walking between dusk and dawn. Statistics show that’s when 80% of pedestrian fatalities occur. Help lower that number. Watch the Vision Zero safety tips video.
Head Start on Sun Valley Blvd. Safety. Watch for a speed limit change – from 45 to 35 mph – between US 395 and Rampion Way. NDOT will be changing the signs before the end of August to make the speed limit more consistent and help prepare for RTC’s multimodal improvements.
RTC Public Information Officer Lauren Ball talked about the Phase 1 improvements that are under way on KOLO’s July 2020 The Road Ahead.
CONSTRUCTION STARTS! This Is Reno shared the news with helpful details for drivers and the community.
Project Manager Maria Paz-Fernandez discusses the Sun Valley Blvd. Multimodal Improvements Project on KOLO’s April 2020 The Road Ahead.
Timeline: Phase 1
Final Design Presentation
Construction Plan Presentation
The Sun Valley Blvd. Multimodal Improvements Project will be funded with local RTC fuel tax dollars. The total investment for both design and construction is estimated to be between $8,000,000 and $9,000,000.