Who We Are
Traffic Engineering operates the City's system of signalized intersections, school flashers and computerized traffic signal operating system; Provides design and operational analysis services for traffic control improvements, and administers Neighborhood Safety, Traffic Calming Program, Parking Issues, Citizen Traffic Requests, and Road Closure Information
Steve Bunnell, P.E., Traffic Engineer
1640 E Commercial Row, Reno, NV 89512
Ph. 775-334-2243 Fax 775-334-1226
Citizen Requests for Service
If you have a traffic or parking concern and wish to have it addressed, please contact Reno Direct. Please see our Individual Resident Parking Application if you with to apply for an on-street parking space for your residence. For questions or requests for services within the City of Reno, please contact Reno Direct.
- Submit a Traffic Request
- Traffic Signal Retiming Project
- Traffic Signal Vehicle Detection
- Traffic Calming
- Roundabout Safety
- Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) Left-Turn Display
Alternative Fuel Vehicle Parking Program
If you own an electric, propane, compressed natural gas, or hydrogen fueled vehicle, you may be participate in the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Parking Program. Please download the Application for a Alternative Fuel Vehicle Parking Permit.
Traffic Signal Timing
The City of Reno maintains all of the traffic signals within the city limits, including traffic signals on state highways. If you have a traffic signal concern, please contact Reno Direct. For information concerning City of Reno traffic signals, please visit our Traffic Signal Retiming Project webpage.
Speeding violations are the number one complaint to the Reno Police Department. A primary goal at the City of Reno is “to attain the highest quality of life possible for each resident.” Through a petition process and engineering study, your street may be eligible for traffic calming treatments. Please note that Primary Emergency Vehicle Routes (PEVR) are not eligible for treatment. Please see our Traffic Calming Policy and Petition for additional information.
If you're interested in traffic counts within Reno, please visit the Nevada Department of Transportation's Traffic Information Division.