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  • Tahoe plans Highway 50 casino bypass

    In an expansive transportation planning report called “Linking Tahoe,” officials with the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency say congestion happens only in certain spots at key times, and needs to be managed with an environmentally friendly rather than car-centric approach.

In an expansive transportation planning report called “Linking Tahoe,” officials with the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency say congestion happens only in certain spots at key times, and needs to be managed with an environmentally friendly rather than car-centric approach. Tony Bizjak The Sacramento Bee
In an expansive transportation planning report called “Linking Tahoe,” officials with the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency say congestion happens only in certain spots at key times, and needs to be managed with an environmentally friendly rather than car-centric approach. Tony Bizjak The Sacramento Bee

Driving to Lake Tahoe? Planners hope you’ll take the bus instead.

May 10, 2017 4:00 AM

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