27 Aug NDOT Spaghetti Bowl Xpress Traffic Control Update, August 28
NDOT has launched construction of the Spaghetti Bowl Xpress project as crews prepare to remove and replace aging concrete on I-580 northbound between Mill Street and the spaghetti bowl. On northbound I-580 between Mill Street and the spaghetti bowl, you will see a football-shaped work zone separating traffic on either side for worker and driver safety. Watch the video simulation HERE.
Ames/Q&D places temporary signage for the traffic shift on I-580 northbound.
- Lane shifts/reductions through December: I-580 northbound lanes are split and reduced between Mill Street and the spaghetti bowl.
- Left-hand lanes are designated for through traffic traveling to U.S. 395 north of the spaghetti bowl.
- Right lanes are for drivers accessing Interstate 80 and local interstate ramps such as Glendale Avenue.
- Speed limits are reduced to 55 mph.
- Drivers should anticipate moderate travel delays.
- Additional overnight lane reductions 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. nightly through October.
- Intermittent overnight ramp closures will also take place, with marked detours available.
- Periodic single lane reductions will also take place on East Second/Mill streets near I-580 August through mid-October as above-ground utilities are moved underground in advance of road work.
Crews place barrier rail to guide drivers through the work zone and protect workers.
- Crews are preparing for the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony neighborhood wall construction with debris removal and temporary fencing.
- Utility improvements will take place on Mill Street in September.
- I-580 northbound pavement removals and grading.
- Spaghetti Bowl Xpress project will substantially complete in 2022, followed by other phased improvements to the spaghetti bowl and 12 miles of metro interstate.
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