State Route 439 and 88 in Nevada

State Route 439 in Nevada

Get started I-80
End Silver Springs
Length 17 mi
Length 27 km
Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center

Silver Springs

State Route 439 is a state route in the U.S. state of Nevada. The road connects I-80 and US 50 east of Reno. Also known as the USA Parkway and the Infinity Highway, the road is 27 kilometers long.

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Travel directions

State Route 439 begins 30 miles east of Reno at a junction with Interstate 80, opening up the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center (TRIC) here. The road here has 2×2 lanes and provides access to various large assembly halls of various companies. There is no real built-up area, large buildings are scattered throughout. The road then heads through mountainous terrain on the border between Storey County and Lyons County. State Route 439 then ends west of Silver Springs on US 50.


The USA Parkway was originally developed by the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center (TRIC). Between 2001 and 2009, 10 kilometers of road was built across the business park and then came to a dead end on the border of Storey County and Lyons County. Construction of the privately funded access road cost $60 million at the time. In the period between 2006 and 2008, a direct connection to I-80 was also realized.

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After car manufacturer Tesla announced in 2014 that it would realize a large factory for batteries (Gigafactory) at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center, the state of Nevada decided to take control and build the extension to US 50. This enabled the TRIC to gain a larger labor market, especially from Carson City. State Route 439 was assigned to the USA Parkway in 2015, and the 11-mile southward extension was constructed in Lyons County between 2015 and 2017. The extension opened to traffic on September 8, 2017. The name ‘Infinity Highway’ has also been assigned to the road.

State Route 88 in Nevada

Begin Gardnerville
End All
Length 8 mi
Length 13 km

State Route 88 is a state route in the U.S. state of Nevada. The road forms a short north-south route in the western part of the state, from the California border to Minden. State Route 88 is eight miles long.

Travel directions

The road is a continuation of State Route 88 in California that connects the San Joaquin Valley with the Washoe Valley, across the Sierra Nevada. The part in Nevada runs through flat and agricultural land at 1,400 meters altitude, but at the foot of a mountain range with peaks up to 3,000 meters. In the village of Minden, State Route 88 ends at US 395, 20 miles south of Carson City.


The route was used by pioneers and migrants who moved to California from the 1840s onwards. Its importance declined after the Transcontinental Railroad was completed. In 1935, the road was renumbered State Route 35, but was renumbered State Route 88 in 1957 to connect with State Route 88 in California. It is one of two Nevada state routes numbered as such, and one of the few that was not changed in the major renumbering of 1976.

Traffic intensities

Every day, 4,000 vehicles cross the California border, rising to 12,000 vehicles in Minden.

Las Vegas

Las Vegas (Spanish for: The Pastures) is a city in the United States. The city is located in Clark County, in southern Nevada. Las Vegas is close to the Hoover Dam and has many suburbs such as Henderson and North Las Vegas. Las Vegas is in the middle of the desert

Gambling town

Las Vegas is known as a gambling city. There are many large and beautiful hotels including a large casino. The hotels in the city are often built in a theme. Below you can see a number of well-known hotels / casinos and you can see what is special about them.

  • New York-New York Hotel & Casino – Has a copy of the Statue of Liberty outside.
  • The Venetian – Built like Venice, including the gondolas on the water.
  • Caesars Palace – themed by the Romans. Inside they have recreated a forum.
  • MGM Grand – Largest hotel in the world.
  • The Bellagio – Has a garden in the hotel with real birds. In the lobby, large glass flowers hang from the ceiling.
  • Luxor hotel – Egyptian theme, has a sphinx and a pyramid
  • Stratosphere – This hotel has the tallest tower in the city.
  • Treasure Island Hotel and Casino – in a pirate theme.
  • Circus Circus – In the shape of a circus. Circus acts are also performed here.
  • Excalibur Hotel and Casino – Has the theme of King Arthur and the Middle Ages
  • Paris Las Vegas – Has a small version of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

Most hotels are located on the busy Las Vegas Boulevard, or better known as ‘ The Strip ‘. Eight of the ten largest hotels in the world are located on this 6.4 kilometer long street. The street is so busy that at some intersections you are not allowed to cross over the road, but with pedestrian bridges. These bridges run from hotel to hotel and can be reached from the street with an escalator or elevator. There is also a bus that stops at the major hotels across the strip.

Partner cities

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State Route 88 in Nevada