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Nevada Department of Transportation

Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT)
Agency overview
Formed 1917
Preceding agency
  • Nevada Department of Highways
Jurisdiction State of Nevada
Headquarters 1263 S. Stewart Street, Carson City, Nevada
Agency executives
  • Rudy Malfabon, P.E., Director
  • Bill Hoffman, P.E., Deputy Director, Chief Engineer
  • Tracy Larkin, P.E., Deputy Director for Southern Nevada
Parent agency State of Nevada
Website http://www.nevadadot.com

The Nevada Department of Transportation (Nevada DOT or NDOT) is a government agency in the U.S. state of Nevada. NDOT is responsible for maintaining and improving Nevada's highway system, which includes U.S. highways and Interstate highways within the state's boundaries. The department is notable for its aggressively proactive approach to highway maintenance. Nevada state roads and bridges have also been named some of the nation's best.

The state of Nevada is facing a multibillion-dollar transportation funding deficit, and NDOT is developing potential transportation funding sources through the Pioneer Program and Vehicle Miles Traveled Fee Study.

For those driving in Nevada, NDOT offers updated road conditions and construction reports through the 511 Nevada Travel Info system. NDOT headquarters is located on Stewart Street (former State Route 520) in Carson City, Nevada.

Nevada DOT headquarters in Carson City

See also

External links

  • Nevada Department of Transportation - Official site
  • Nevada Department of Transportation - Road Conditions


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