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Northeastern Nevada Construction Report

Thank you for your interest in NDOT's northeastern Nevada construction projects (greater Elko/Ely/Winnemucca area).

Elko Urban Improvement Project

Approximately $20 million project to mill and repave the road surface in the following areas:

∙ State Route 225, Mountain City Highway, from Idaho Street to Sundance Drive

∙ State Route 227, Lamoille Highway, from Idaho Street to State Route 228

∙ State Route 535, Idaho Street, from Interstate 80 at the 298 exit to State Route 227/Fifth Street

Sidewalks, curb and gutters will also be reconstructed at select locations, and a raised median island will be installed on Mountain City Highway.

Project is expected to complete in 2015.

View project web page

 

I-80 Emigrant Pass to Dunphy

Approximately $14 million project to grind and rehabilitate the roadway surface and retrofit three sets of bridges.

As seismic bridge retrofits, roadway grinding and removal and replacement of concrete sections and drainage and guardrail improvements take place, motorists can expect reduced speeds, intermittent lane and shoulder closures, narrow lanes and traffic cross-overs.

Project scheduled to continue through 2014.

 

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