In the race to keep up with aging infrastructure, population growth and changing fiscal realities, the time is ripe for Reno, Sparks the Regional Transportation Commission officials to change the way they build our roads. Nevada could save driving taxpayers tens of millions of dollars during the next several years by considering better pavements and a better process for road construction.
Many transportation agencies around the country are using economic tools that help them choose the most cost-effective highway project alternatives.
Your friends at SmartRoadsNV have tried to share latest tools and techniques with local road officials, but we haven't been able to crack the bureaucracy that controls the development of roads...even though we are trying to save taxpayers money.
Ron Smith, City of Sparks
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Bob Lucey, Washoe County
email@example.com (775) 328-2012
Paul McKenzie, City of Reno
firstname.lastname@example.org (775) 334-2015
Vaughn Hartung, Washoe County
email@example.com (775) 328-2007
Neoma Jarden, City of Reno
firstname.lastname@example.org (775) 334-2016
Executive Director, Lee Gibson
email@example.com (775) 335-1826
Director of Engineering, Brian Stewart
firstname.lastname@example.org (775) 335-1880
John Flansberg, P.E., Director
email@example.com (775) 334-2350
Kerrie Koski, Engineering Manager
firstname.lastname@example.org (775) 334-3304
Charla Honey, City Engineer
email@example.com (775) 334-2191
Ron Korman Public Works Manager
firstname.lastname@example.org (775) 353-2271
Jon Ericson, Transportation Manager
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