Project closes Fourth Street ramp |

Project closes Fourth Street ramp

Here’s the traffic situation in the

“Spaghetti Bowl” intersection of

Interstate 80 and Highway 395 this


The I-80 eastbound off-ramp to

Fourth St. will be closed for an extended

period, which began Sunday night.

The Fourth Street off-ramp westbound

from I-80 will continue to have

intermittent closures each night from

8:30 p.m.-5:30 a.m., through Friday

morning. Alternate route: Pyramid Way

or Rock Boulevard off-ramp

The Oddie Boulevard on-ramp to

U.S. 395 north will experience intermittent

closures through Friday morning,

5:30 a.m. Alternate routes: Eastbound

Oddie traffic going north, take El

Rancho to North McCarran.

Westbound Oddie traffic should take

Sutro to North McCarran.

The Glendale (Second Street) onramp

to U.S. 395 south will continue to

be closed each night from 8:30 p.m. to

5:30 a.m. This is expected to be ongoing,

excluding weekends.

The Mill Street off-ramp from U.S.

395 south will also continue to be closed

during the week from 8:30 p.m. to 5:30

a.m. Alternate routes: Plumb/Villanova

or Glendale.

The right lane on U.S. 395 between

Glendale Avenue and Mill Street will

experience intermittent closures through

Friday morning, 8:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m.

Both Kietzke Lane and Rock

Boulevard, both directions, may have

intermittent reductions to one lane,

except during the peak drive hours of 7-9

a.m. and 4-6 p.m.

On I-80 from Pyramid Way in Sparks

to Wells Ave. in Reno, traffic will continue

to be reduced to one lane eastbound

Friday morning, 8:30 p.m.-5:30 a.m.

The two lanes in both directions during

daytime travel will be narrowed, particularly

on the bridge over Rock Boulevard

Alternate routes: McCarran Boulevard,

Oddie Boulevard and Mill St.

Traffic northbound from Oddie to

Wedekind will be reduced to one lane

Monday night through Thursday morning,

8:30 p.m.-5:30 a.m. as work continues

on the sound wall for area residents.


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