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PROJECT UPDATES
SR 89/Fanny Bridge Community Revitalization Project
Project Alternative 1 Option 2 is approved. Please go to the Fanny Bridge page for more information and to view the documents.

Nevada Stateline-to-Stateline Bikeway, North Demonstration Project
A joint TRPA and NEPA Environmental Assessment for the Nevada Stateline-to-Stateline Bikeway, North Demonstration Project in Incline Village, NV has been released for public comment. Please go the Bikeway page for the document and more information.

All-season Crosslake Passenger Ferry Project
A Notice of Intent/Notice of Preparation has been issued for this project. Please go to the Ferry page for the document and more information.

State Route 28 National Scenic Byway

The TTD Board of Directors adopted the SR 28 Corridor Management Plan at their October 11 Board meeting.
Please click here for more information.

US50/South Shore Community Revitalization Project

The US50/South Shore Community Revitalization Project Full Draft Economic Analysis Report has been released. 
Please click here for more information.

Meeks Bay Bike Trail Project
Draft Formulating and Evaluating Alternatives Memorandum
Final Meeks Bay Formulating and Evaluating Alternatives Memorandum
TTD MEETINGS
Board Meeting
The regular September 11 Board meeting will be held at the North Tahoe Event Center, Kings Beach, CA.

Please go to the Meetings page for more information.

The Regional Coordinating Council
The October 13, 2015 meeting has been cancelled.  The next meeting will be held January 19, 2016.

Please go to the Mobility Management page for more information.


HISTORY
In 1969, California and Nevada legislators agreed to a unique Compact for sharing Lake Tahoe resources and responsibilities. The U.S. Congress amended the Compact in 1980, with public law 96-551, which also established the Tahoe Transportation District (TTD).

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TAHOE PROTECTION
Clarity is the most obvious sign of Lake Tahoe's health.  It has declined by over 30% in the past 40 years as the number of Basin residents and visitors has increased.  Why?

Although 63 streams and tributaries flow into Tahoe, only one flows out.  Fine sediments from the area's fragile watershed travel this network, remaining suspended in the water, creating cloudiness.  The more fine sediments, the cloudier the water.
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