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Paid Parking at Tahoe East Shore Trailhead Resumes for the 2023 Season

Spring is near, and the 13 Partner Agencies of the SR 28 Corridor Management Team want to remind visitors of the east shore of Lake Tahoe to park safe and park smart to help ease congestion along this popular National Scenic Byway. The Tahoe East Shore Trailhead paid parking requirements has resumed for the 2023 […]

Route 50 service extended during select Tahoe Blue Event Center events this fall

Tahoe Transportation District is pleased to announce the extension of route 50 to accommodate select Tahoe Blue Event Center events this fall. If you’re planning on attending the shows this weekend, be sure to take advantage of the expanded FREE service on: October 7: Rumours of Fleetwood Mac Eastbound departure from the South Y Transit […]

Public Draft Tahoe Basin Hazard Mitigation Plan Available for Comments

The Tahoe Transportation District and Tahoe Resource Conservation District have developed a Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP). An HMP is required by a federal law, known as the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000), to receive certain types of FEMA grant funding.    The planning process took one year to complete. The plan addresses climate […]

East Shore Trail closed for maintenance starting September 29th

The East Shore Trail will be closed for approximately 4 days starting September 29th due to a slurry seal on the entire 3-mile length of the trail. During this time, there will be no access to the trail. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding during this maintenance period.

NV Energy to Replace Poles, Remove Hazard Trees, and Replace Equipment Along State Route 28 Using Helicopter

NV Energy will be replacing poles, removing hazard trees, and replacing equipmentalong State Route 28 beginning on September 5, through mid-late September 2023.This work is related to the NV Energy Resilience Corridors Project and the company’sNatural Disaster Protection Plan, which is aimed at protecting the community from theincreased risk of wildfires and other natural disasters. […]

Lake Tahoe’s First Electric Transit Bus Fleet Marks First Year of Service

Lake Tahoe’s First Electric Transit Bus Fleet Marks First Year of Service Receives FTA Grant for $3.4 Million to expand fleet with four new hybrid buses July 12, 2023, South Lake Tahoe, Calif. — Partners in the Lake Tahoe Basin’s first electric charger mobility hub gathered at Lake Tahoe Community College today to mark a historic year […]

Tahoe Basin Hazard Mitigation Plan Notification

The Tahoe Transportation District and Tahoe Resource Conservation District, in coordination with regional partners, are developing a Hazard Mitigation Plan. The purpose of this plan is to profile the natural and human-caused hazards in our area, determine the impacts of those hazards on our multi-modal transportation system and land conservation efforts, and develop strategies to […]