New East Shore Express

For those of you who frequent the east shore of Lake Tahoe in the summertime, and have experienced the automobile back-up – and flat out craziness – that often occurs around Nevada State Park and Sand Harbor – take note:  improvements are underway as we speak.   A few weeks ago, a variety of public and private agencies throughout the states of California and Nevada broke ground on a collaborative project to make the three mile stretch between Sand Harbor and Incline Village truly “America’s Most Scenic Drive” and one that you can truly enjoy.

Next, let’s take a look at one of the more significant projects that is going to get us to that nomenclature.

Starting in June, we expect to see immediate improvements to the parking situation with a new “East Shore Express” slated to kick-off just in time for summer.  This affordable and efficient transit system is in a review process this year to see if America can lose their love of the automobile in a favor of a more ergonomically way to enjoy the incredibly beautiful beach at Sand Harbor State Park.

If all goes as planned, the overflow of vehicles parked in all of the very interesting patterns along SR 28 will be replaced by an efficient and affordable way to get to the beach. In closing, we’d appreciate if you took the bus, left the driving to us and then let us know what you think about this new concept.

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2 Responses to New East Shore Express

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