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This is not a comprehensive list as many of the partners listed above have plans with aspects or geographic areas relevant to the South Shore of Tahoe. Plans developed by TRPA and TTD have been aligned in title under the same “Linking Tahoe” brand. They should complement each other and align in all planning, funding, timeline, projects, goals and policies.

TRPA’s “Future Tahoe” tab of Linking Tahoe that lists the plans (it’s outdated right now – TRPA is updating soon) and has this infographic:

Learn More About Future Tahoe Plans

Current Transportation Plans

Main Street Management Plan (Hwy 50)
The Main Street Management Plan is one permit condition of the U.S. 50 South Shore Community Revitalization Project (SSCRP). The project will realign about 1 mile of the highway to run behind the casino core and Heavenly Village, improving traffic flow for people driving through the area.

TRPA’s 2020 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP)
The 25-year transportation plan for the Tahoe Basin.

TTD’s 2017 Transit Master Plan (TMP)
An implementation plan developed to achieve the transportation policies of the Lake Tahoe Region.

TTD’s 2017 Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP)
Tiers off the of the TMP and guides the development of TTD’s transit goals, objectives, and policies on a five year planning horizon.

TTD’s 2017 Corridor Connection Plan
breaks Tahoe into 6 corridors to focus on for specific and unique implementation needs. It is one way of breaking the RTP and other regional plans into smaller pieces that can be addressed by fewer partners and with more focus. There are three corridors on the South Shore.

TRPA and TTD’s LinkingTahoe website: www.linkingtahoe.com is a comprehensive list of summer and winter transportation options.