|Help us protect your Tahoe backyard.|
|The 10-mile State Route 28 Scenic Byway encompasses one of the longest stretches of undeveloped Lake Tahoe shoreline and already attracts over one million motorists, cyclists and pedestrians per year. (Sand Harbor reported 17% more visitors in 2011.) Concerns about increases in vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian conflicts, emissions from vehicles idling in traffic and erosion due to off-road parking (growing by 116% from 2000 to 2011) have prompted improvement initiatives.|
We want your ideas about how to create a sustainable plan for the State Route 28 Corridor for future generations. This is a great opportunity for surrounding community members and Lake Tahoe visitors who frequent the SR28 Corridor from Crystal Bay to Spooner Summit to share their ideas for making it safer, more enjoyable and better for the environment. Feel free to post ideas in the form of text, photos, videos and links. All ideas will be captured in the final report. You will also be qualified to win a $150 Scheels gift card for participating.
Please click each map below to view others ideas and to leave some of your own (links work best with Google Chrome web browser):
Activities + Resources Map
- Tell us what you do and where along the East Shore of Lake Tahoe.
- Show us where you park and for how long.
Transportation + Access Map
- Where would you locate additional parking areas?
- Where would you locate transit stops?
- Identify missing trail or biking connections.
- Tell us what other improvements you would make.
Aesthetics & User Experience Map
- Help us design entry gateways, signage, safety features and slope treatments.
- Tell us where you'd like to see basin viewpoints & lookouts.
- Help us define corridor specifics + potential interpretive topics.
Here's how to get started:
- Click on one of the links to a map above
- Review and close the pop-up instructions that appear
- Scroll around using the viewfinder and zoom in and out using the slider on the left
- Click to register or login to your free Crowdbrite account-left side of page (Note - Email is used to notify you once a day of the activity on your ideas)
- Review and comment on existing projects and ideas of others
- Post your own ideas or questions (sticky notes)
- Have fun!
Project partners include: Carson City County, Douglas County, Incline Village GID, Nevada Department of Transportation, Nevada Division of State Lands, Nevada Division of State Parks, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, US Forest Service, Washoe County, Washoe Tribe and Nevada Highway Patrol.
|Gift Card Giveaway Rules: Qualified individuals can win either (1) $150 Scheels gift certificate or one of (2) $50 Scheels gift certificates. To be qualified to win, individuals must supply Tahoe Transportation District their first name, last name and valid email address. Qualified individuals need not be present at drawing to win. No purchase necessary. All participants of the Crowdbrite system are qualified to win. Not limited to only workshop attendees. Drawing will be held on November 2, 2012. Winners of the gift certificates will be notified via email. |