Are you planning on flying to visit family for the holidays? Here’s what you need to know when flying out of the Reno-Tahoe international airport this season. Give yourself plenty of arrival time, expect to see reduced speeds, and be alert to follow signage. The... Read More.
Expect winter travel conditions to continue through mid-morning tomorrow. The Reno National Weather Service has extended the winter storm warning to 10 am Wednesday as the storm exits but leaves a mix of wet roads and subfreezing temperatures. Roads will deteriorate heading into this... Read More.
A busy week ahead for the Reno-Tahoe International Airport as the Burning Man festival and Labor Day weekend expects to bring over thousands of people. With the return of the Black Rock Desert festival after two years of being postponed, Airport officials and burners... Read More.
More roadwork is slated to start next Monday to impact your travel this summer. Caltrans District 2 and Dig It construction will begin the Potato Patch Overlay Project along SR 32 in Tehama county at the Plumas County border. Work will begin at 28... Read More.
A 3 million-dollar Caltrans project is bringing delays in Sierra County along SR89. Work began on Monday and will impact your drive between Sierraville and Sattley. You will see one-way traffic control from 7 am to 7 pm throughout the week with occasional weekend... Read More.
Two Caltrans projects are set to hit next week bringing delays to your travel in Lassen County. Hwy 139 Antelope Drapery Project begins on July 11th. Crews will install a cable mesh drapery system starting five miles north of the intersection of State Route (SR)... Read More.
More slowdowns through the Canyon will begin today. Construction work on the HWY 70 drainage replacement project by Caltrans will be replacing culverts from west of the Grizzly Creek Bridge to about two miles west of the Greenville Wye. You can plan on being stopped... Read More.
The Caltrans Butterfly Two Wolf Creek Rock Fence project is underway bringing you more delays through your travel on SR 70 and 89. You will see crews replacing the existing rock fencing at multiple points as well as performing culvert rehabilitation. Your delays will... Read More.
The month of May gets off to a windy start today with the wind advisory in place. It will be in effect from 7am this morning through 8 o’clock this evening. You could see winds from the west gusting up to 45-55, with ridge... Read More.
If you have planned travel on US50 today be prepared to be re-routed. Work along Echo Summit begins today where massive boulders have been sliding on the roadway. Plan for 30 minute delays, tractor trailers and vehicle that are towing will be allowed over... Read More.