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Latest Nevada Transportation Industry Feature
By Doresa Banning
Originally published: https://www.nevadabusiness.com/2018/04/moving-people/
“Transportation is one of the highest priorities for the state as far as building industry, being productive and making things happen,”said Dawn Gibbons, chairwoman of the Nevada Transportation Authority (NTA).
Highlighting the state’s emphasis on transportation, an 18-month process is currently underway to develop the One Nevada Transportation Plan. It’s a collaboration between the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) and numerous partners, including transportation providers and local governments. The plan’s goal is to envision and implement a “safe and connected multi-modal transportation system that links Nevadans and supports the state’s economic vitality,” according to NDOT. Completion of the first iteration is targeted for mid-2019, with updates occurring in subsequent years. [Read the full story.]
Recent Nevada Transportation Industry Features
Nevada Infrastructure: Keeping Up with a Growing State: According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Nevada’s 1.95 percent population growth rate from July 2015 to July 2016 made it the second fastest-growing state in the country, slightly behind Utah’s 2.03 percent. With the state’s official population nearing the three million mark, how is infrastructure keeping up with growth? [Read More]
Nevada Transportation Industry Resources
Nevada Transportation Authority: The Nevada Transportation Authority (NTA) administers and enforces state laws pertaining to passenger transportation, household goods movers, storage of household goods, and tow cars.
McCarran International Airport: McCarran International Airport consists of 110 aircraft gates at two separate terminal buildings T1 - Terminal 1 & T3 - Terminal 3, each with its own parking garage, ticketing/check-in area, baggage claim, and shopping and dining options.
Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County, Nevada: RTC serves the citizens of Reno and Sparks along with unincorporated areas of Washoe County.