SR 28 Workshops and how you can still help

The Tahoe Transportation District is hosted four public workshops in Reno, Carson City and Incline Village to provide information and gather questions and opinions regarding the National Scenic Byway (SR28).

The SR 28 corridor stretches from Crystal Bay to Sand Harbor to Spooner Lake – creating a ridge-to-shoreline plan that will help keep Lake Tahoe’s waters clear, improve safety and offer convenient access to outdoor recreation.

To solicit maximum public input, attendees and non-attendees will be able to provide comments in real time via a web-based software program. For more info and to join the conversation visit www.tahoetransportation.org and click on the Crowdbrite icon on the homepage or click here through Sunday, Oct. 28, 5 p.m. PST.

We have also created a tutorial to walk you through the steps.

Thanks for your participation. We look forward to improving the environment you love to play in!

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