Paving continues this week on Mount Rose Highway

Pouring concrete for a curb and gutter along State Route 28 in Incline Village

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — With recent thunderstorm activity and rain at Lake Tahoe, road work has been delayed on Mount Rose Highway/State Route-431.

But with clearing skies likely later this week, road work will resume Tuesday through Thursday, June 13-15, with 24-hour operations. Working hours are from Sundays 8 p.m. through Fridays at 7 p.m., weather permitting. Drivers can expect delays up to 30 minutes

Neighboring residents can expect to hear construction-related noise during both the day and night. Crews are milling and repaving the highway from Country Club Drive to the roundabout.

Crews will be starting north of Country Club Drive and progressing to the roundabout. As work progresses, certain side streets will be temporarily closed and traffic detoured to the nearest connecting street. 

To stay informed on which side streets are going to be closed, sign up for text alerts, text the word “Incline” to 775-242-9168 or visit the Traffic Control page on the Nevada Department of Transportation website. 

ITS conduit work along State Route 28 will resume starting Monday, June 19, through the end of the month from the Village to the eastern Northwood / Southwood intersection near Alibi Ale Works. 

NDOT and Q&D Construction’s SR 431-28 Tahoe Project is a multi-year highway improvement project that will revitalize and enhance the existing roadways and utility/drainage systems helping preserve pavement and protect Lake Tahoe.

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