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Caltrans Proposes to Improve Highway Operations, Mobility and Safety 
Wednesday, September 22 from 6 to 7 p.m.
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Meeting number 2487 319 3260; passcode 49corridor
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Conference Call:
Connect directly with a Caltrans staff member by dialing 1-888-570-6350,
participant code 4170217.
Please note that you will not be able to view the presentation or interact with presenters. A Caltrans staff member will be available to pass along any questions or comments.
The Nevada County Transportation Commission invites qualified auditors to submit proposals to conduct performance audits of NCTC and of the transit/paratransit services under NCTC’s jurisdiction, the County of Nevada and the Town of Truckee, for Fiscal Years 2018/19, 2019/20, and 2020/21.
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Share your thoughts and ideas on how Nevada County can adapt its transportation system to respond to changing climate conditions and extreme climate events.
Use our Interactive Map and Take the Survey at:
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Welcome to the Nevada County Transportation Commission (NCTC) website.  Our website is organized to give you convenient access to a wide range of information about NCTC and the services we provide in both regional transportation planning and airport land use planning.

The Mission of the NCTC is to Plan, Communicate and Coordinate with the citizens and decision makers of Nevada County, Grass Valley, Nevada City, Truckee, and Caltrans to create a balanced regional transportation system. 

This includes administration of regional, state, and federal funding for projects related to roadways, bridges, public transportation services, railways, airports, bicycle facilities, and pedestrian amenities. Throughout this process the NCTC seeks to protect the rural qualities and historic character of Nevada County.

In developing these transportation solutions, the NCTC initiates design concepts, engineering feasibility studies, environmental studies, and proposes funding sources to construct transportation improvements. Once these tasks are completed, projects are turned over to Caltrans or to a local jurisdiction for construction.

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