The Nevada Department of Transportation will host public information meetings March 20 through March 29 to gather feedback on the future Interstate 11 corridor connecting the Las Vegas valley and northwestern Nevada.

March 22- 4-7 p.m.: Hawthorne Convention Center, 932 E St., Hawthorne

March 29- 2-5 p.m.: NDOT Headquarters Building 3rd Floor Conference Room, 1263 South Stewart St., Carson City

March 29 meeting also video-conferenced and available for public attendance at the following locations:

NDOT – Winnemucca NDOT District III Office, 725 W. 4th St., Winnemucca

NDOT – Elko NDOT District III Office, 1951 Idaho St., Elko

NDOT – Las Vegas NDOT District I Office, Conference Room, Bldg. A, 123 E. Washington Ave., Las Vegas

Informational presentations will be held at 5:30 p.m. for each meeting, excluding the March 29 presentation which will be held at 2:30 p.m. The March 29 presentation will also be broadcast live on the Nevada Department of Transportation Facebook page.

In 1991, a new road corridor connecting international trade through the American West was federally designated. Developed into I-11, a section of the new interstate is nearing completion in Boulder City. The future I-11 will generally follow U.S. 95 between northwestern Las Vegas and I-80 in western Nevada.

This month’s public meetings will gather community and stakeholder feedback as part of preliminary planning to identify more specific corridor alternatives within the general U.S. 95 vicinity. Feedback gathered will help inform and streamline environmental review and development of this interstate facility over future decades. The efforts could also help designate and preserve public lands needed for the future interstate.

“The future I-11 will not only further connect our state, but the entire West. It will bring enhanced mobility, traffic safety, freight and other opportunities for Nevada,” NDOT Director Rudy Malfabon described. “As we begin initial planning to determine the interstate’s exact path, these meetings are an opportunity for Nevadans to give feedback and help establish the blueprint of this vital interstate.”