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The Nevada County Transportation Commission invites qualified consultants to submit proposals to prepare a Rural Induced Demand Study.
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Public Workshop
READY Nevada County Extreme Climate Event Mobility and Adaptation Plan
Wednesday, April 20, 2022, 5:30-7:00pm
In the face of increasing climate threats such as extreme temperatures, severe storms and wildfire, the Extreme Climate Event Mobility and Adaptation Plan helps to identify the climate-related weaknesses of the transportation system in Nevada County, and uses the best available information to develop strategies to minimize potential impacts to mobility and infrastructure most at risk.
NCTC seeks the public’s input on the draft recommendations which aim to ensure the transportation network is better prepared and more resilient to future climate events. .
Join us virtually
Wednesday April 20, 2022
5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Join online at bit.ly/NCTCReady,
or call (669) 900-6833, passcode 371818.
The READY Nevada County Plan will build on the ongoing coordination and emergency planning efforts in Nevada County to identify climate-related challenges to the transportation network and develop strategies to address them.
For more information visit: ExtremeClimateMobilityNC.com
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Nevada County Transportation Commission and Placer County Transportation Planning Agency are working in coordination with Caltrans District 3 to develop the SR 49 Comprehensive Multi-modal Corridor Plan (CMCP) to update the previous corridor plans. 
NCTC and Caltrans are soliciting valuable feedback from community members by February 15th on proposed projects to improve travel on the State Route 49 corridor between Auburn and Grass Valley.
Information on the plan and projects is now available for review at www.Hwy49CorridorPlan.com.
Comments or questions about the projects may be submitted to Caltrans Planning Manager Will Schilling at will.schilling@dot.ca.gov .
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NCTC has an opening for a Representative on our Commission
If you have an interest in local transportation planning,
we want to hear from you.
Apply online at 
 or call the Clerk of the Board Office at 530-265-1480,
or apply in person at the Board of Supervisor's Office at the Eric Rood Administrative Center, 950 Maidu Avenue, Nevada City, CA 95959.
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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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