Carson City Public Works - Transportation Division
PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN
Carson City’s FY 2019-2023 Pavement Management Plan was approved at the April 11th meeting of the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC). Staff developed the Pavement Management Plan, which formalizes and establishes an efficient and effective strategy for preserving and maintaining the City’s 676 lane-miles of roadway. The Plan establishes five performance districts within the City and a five-year rotating schedule to streamline work efforts. The Plan provides a predictable use of roadway funding while maintaining flexibility for unplanned City projects and “match” for grant funding opportunities, as needed. With the RTC’s approval on April 11th, staff has begun implementation of the plan, starting with pavement inspections of roadways within Performance District 1. Please click here to review the plan.
Carson City Public Works Transportation Division oversees the Regional Transportation Commisson (RTC), staffs the Carson Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO), and operates Jump Around Carson (JAC), the city’s public transit system.
Regional Transportation Commission (RTC)
The RTC, comprised of five members who also represent CAMPO, establishes priorities and recommends appropriate funding for transportation improvement projects within Carson City. The RTC meets the second Wednesday of every month after the Carson Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Meeting in the Sierra Room of the Carson City Community Center, and Carson City residents are welcome to attend these meetings.
RTC Board Members:
- Mr. Brad Bonkowski, Chairperson, Carson City
- Mrs. Lori Bagwell, Vice-Chairperson, Carson City
- Mr. Mark Kimbrough, Carson City
- Mr. Chas Macquarie, Carson City
- Mr. Gregory Stedfield, Carson City
Carson City Transportation Newsletter (ENews)
The Transportation Department has issued the June 2018
ENewsletter! For the newest edition, click here.
Past Editions: February 2018
Jump Around Carson (JAC)
Jump Around Carson, JAC, is Carson City’s public transit system, governed by the city’s Regional Transportation Commission. JAC began operating in October 2005 and features the JAC fixed-route system as well as JAC Assist, a dial-a-ride program that provides transportation for individuals with disabilities. JAC passes are available for only $1 each way, and seniors, youth and disabled are offered a discounted rate of only $.50 each way. If you have comments or questions, please call us at (775) 841-RIDE (7433). For more information about JAC, visit this link: JAC
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