The Nevada Department of Transportation opened the approximately 12-mile extension linking Interstate 80 and U.S. 50 three months ahead of schedule.
The $75.9 million project by design-build contractor Ames Construction to extend the parkway began in June 2016.
And the project came in under budget. Anytime the combination of these two results happen with a transportation project, a spotlight needs to be shined demonstrating that projects of this magnitude can be completed early and for less money than anticipated. Great job by both the contractor and the Nevada Department of Transportation!

New employers are coming into Tahoe Reno Insustrial Center all the time. There is a new hotel under construction presently, along with expansion of existing businesses and new buildings under construction. There is even a proposed shopping center.

TRIC home of Tesla Gigafactory and many of the foremost tech companies in the world, such as Google,, Switch and many more -  is booming right now, and this road opens up more options for future employees.

Dubbed Infinity Highway by Governor Brian Sandoval, the new roadway extends the previous six-mile-long USA Parkway by more than 12 miles to reach U.S. 50 at Silver Springs, creating an approximately 18-mile-long, four-lane state roadway between Interstate 80 and U.S. 50. 

Known as State Route 439, the new roadway will further link the greater Reno/Sparks area with the U.S. 50 corridor, enhancing regional mobility and creating an additional route for commuter, freight and other traffic.
Kelly Richmond