Meetings, Hearings and Notices
Political Signs Rules and Regulations
Public Records Requests
To search for documents on-line or to request documents from NDOT’s record files, visit the Public Records Request web page.
Statewide Transportation Planning Public Participation Process
Title VI Permanent Plan
NDOT has developed a Title VI plan to assure that services, programs and activities of the Department are offered, conducted and administered fairly, without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, economic status, or ability to communicate in English of the participants or beneficiaries.
The Nevada Department of Transportation has modified our Title VI plan and is presenting that plan to the public. The plan is available through this link. Or, a paper copy of the plan can be obtained by contacting or visiting:
Nevada Department of Transportation
Civil Rights and Contract Compliance
1263 South Stewart Street
Carson City NV 89712
You may also contact the Contract Compliance Office at (775) 888-7497 or Yvonne Schuman, Civil Rights Officer, at (702) 730-3301.
Public Litter Removal Programs
NDOT operates an Adopt-A-Highway program for litter removal on most state highways for individuals and community service groups. A Sponsor-A-Highway litter removal program is also available on high-traffic volume urban freeways in the Las Vegas and Reno areas. Firms and organizations seeking recognition for community service may select from three qualified litter removal services for twice monthly litter removal on sections of Las Vegas and Reno area freeways.
Illicit Drainage/Discharge Reporting
NDOT is reaching out to the public for assistance with identifying and reporting illicit drainages/discharges within the Department’s state road right-of-way. Learn more about what illicit discharge is on our illicit discharge reporting page. If a potential illicit discharge is identified within NDOT's right-of-way, contact NDOT Environmental Services, Water Quality Section at (775) 888-7013.
Transportation Alternatives Program
Transportation alternatives are transportation-related activities designed to strengthen the cultural, aesthetic, and environmental aspects of the Nation’s intermodal transportation system. The Transportation Alternatives Program provides for the implementation of a variety of non-traditional projects, such as the restoration of historic transportation facilities, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, scenic beautification, and mitigation of water pollution from highway runoff.