Public Input Survey from NDOT and others
The U.S. 50 CMP study team would like to hear from you! How do you use U.S. 50 and what are your priorities? Please participate in our public input survey and let your thoughts be heard.
Study Background & Purpose
U.S. 50 along the east shore of Lake Tahoe experiences significant demands from a range of travelers including residents, visitors, recreationalists, commuters and regional traffic. The U.S. 50 East Shore Corridor Management Plan (CMP) will assess and evaluate needs along the 13-mile corridor, from Spooner Summit to the California State Line, within the Lake Tahoe Basin. The CMP will create a mobility vision, develop supporting goals and identify improvement strategies for the corridor based on existing regional plans, stakeholder input and assessment of travel and safety data. The study will examine potential multi-modal solutions, including pedestrian, bicycle and local and regional transit services, as well as innovative transportation and mobility strategies to serve the unique seasonal and massive visitor-driven fluctuations in use. As a planning-level study, the CMP will inform future project development by NDOT and partner agencies.
The CMP will focus on the following goals which will be further detailed through the active involvement of study partners, stakeholders and the public:
- Improve Safety
- Expand Multi-Modal Transportation Choices
- Enhance the Visitor Experience
- Protect Lake Tahoe
- Promote Economic Vitality