Tahoe Transportation District

Ferry project aims for approval

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — Plans for vessels that would ferry up to 150 local commuters as well as visitors on Lake Tahoe with marina stops on the north and south shores are available for public comment through Jan. 3, 2014. The Lake Tahoe Passenger Ferry Project is part of an overall public/private partnership strategy introduced […]

Tahoe shuttle service eases traffic

The East Shore Express, a park-and-ride bus that runs from Incline Village to Sand Harbor, opens for a second season for Lake Tahoe visitors and locals. Buses will operate daily through Sept. 2 with service from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and run every 20 minutes on weekends. Roundtrip fare is $3 per person and […]

New Tahoe bike path aims to connect to east side

STATELINE, Nev. — A one-mile section of new multi-use path at Stateline, Nev., near the South Shore casinos, was unveiled to the public June 20, marking the beginning of what will eventually become a system of trails that circumnavigates the lake. As part of America’s Most Beautiful Bikeway project, the new segment of ADA accessible […]

U.S. 50 South Shore Community Revitalization Project alternatives recommended

The Tahoe Transportation District Board of Directors recommends advancing five alternatives that have been developed for the U.S. 50/South Shore Community Revitalization Project (Loop Road) to the environmental analysis stage. “We made the recommendation to ensure a range of options are thoroughly examined for the greater benefit to the community while providing an opportunity for […]

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