NEVADA INFRUSTRUCTURE IS A CALIFORNIA PROBLEM

I-80 between Reno and the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center (TRIC) in McCarran is a congested and treacherous section of freeway, and regional transit authorities are in agreement that expansion is an absolute necessity.  Next up, get the transportation departments of both Nevada and California onboard.

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The logic goes something like this, the goods that are produced and shipped from TRIC and Reno’s North Valleys to California bring value to California.  The opportunity cost of not participating in the project is much greater than the yet-to-be-determined price tag of the freeway expansion.

Okay, we are in goods movement and can certainly see the advantage, but, California’s freeways are in complete disrepair. The state is going to be hard pressed to get taxpayers to agree to pay for freeway improvements in another state.

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