Reno Spaghetti Bowl
PROJECT WEBSITE: Nevada DOT: Reno Spaghetti Bowl
All dates below are specific to the schedule of the Environmental Review and Permitting processes for this project.
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The Reno Spaghetti Bowl was originally constructed between 1969 and 1971 for a metropolitan population of about 130,000 people. The current population of Washoe County has increased to approximately 420,000 people, with a forecasted growth rate exceeding state and national averages. As the existing Reno Spaghetti Bowl nears its design capacity, the proposed project is to provide necessary NEPA and design studies to determine appropriate measures to reconstruct the interchange to accommodate the future travel demands.
FHWA and NDOT are preparing an EIS for the Interstate 80/Interstate 580/US Route 395
(I‐80/I‐580/US 395) interchange, referred to as the Reno Spaghetti Bowl, located in Washoe County, Nevada (Figure 1). The study area is:
I‐80 Western Limit: Keystone Avenue
I‐80 Eastern Limit: McCarran Boulevard East
I‐580/US 395 Northern Limit: Parr Boulevard/Dandini Boulevard
I‐580/US 395 Southern Limit: Meadowood Mall Way
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