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Jeff Hamilton Legacy Fund In 2023, the Hamilton Family, with the support of family, friends and in partnership with the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation, established the Jeff Hamilton Legacy Fun...
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From Placer Herald...
The Rocklin City Council took another step toward its Interstate 80 Rocklin Road reconfiguration project, adopting environmental documents and a design for the pedestrian/bicycle crossing.
From Sierra Sun...
Take Care Tahoe is requesting that all “Take it Slow, Tahoe” yard signs be stored indoors for the winter.
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From The Roseville Press Tribune...
The Roseville Joint Union High School District will receive the first Type-D electric school buses in Placer County. Two of a total of 18 buses have already arrived.
From Tahoe Daily Tribune...
After 13 years, Douglas County commissioners approved a nearly $400,000 plan to bring management of Minden-Tahoe Airport back in house.
The Placer County Board of Supervisors amended the county's parking ordinance to strengthen existing parking enforcement and increase fines countywide.
Chain controls are in effect on Interstate 80 from the Donner Lake Interchange to Kingvale in both directions.
The Tahoe Transportation District and Tahoe Transportation Committee held a two-hour meeting to discuss several items related to current transit projects in the area.
In an area known for million-dollar views, some may not know that a significant demographic has a hard time getting around Lake Tahoe. That’s according to the Transportation Equity Study put out by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.
During the Oct. 10 Truckee Town Council meeting, councilmembers discussed the feasibility of renewing the transportation tax.
The first Lake Tahoe Electric Transportation Summit sparked discussion on the importance of bringing Lake Tahoe up-to-speed with electric transportation.
From Roseville Today...
From Your Tahoe Guide...
Mountaineer, which provides free, on-demand winter transportation in Olympic Valley and Alpine Meadows, will expand its operating schedule for the 2023-24 winter season. Passengers may request rides through the Mountaineer app.
Mike Costa, senior transportation planner with PCTPA, shared one project the agency is working on, its 2050 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), a long-range planning document that guides investments, strategies and policies to support major and local transportation projects in the county.
Daily service in Olympic Valley and between the two valleys will be extended by 30 minutes until 11 p.m., and in Alpine Meadows, an additional day and another hour of service has been added to offer five days a week (Thursday-Monday) service until 6 p.m.
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