Former State Route 513

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Nevada 513 previously followed East 5th Street from Carson Street (former U.S. 395) along a 2.185 course to Fairview Drive in east Carson City. A separate iteration of the state route existed along Deer Run Road further east across a bridge over the Carson River.

The bridge section of SR 513 was removed from the state system by June 20101 while the remaining segment was decommissioned by the state system by 2011.

Former Nevada 513 - Fifth Street east
Leaving Carson Street (U.S. 395 Business) by the Nevada State Legislature building, 5th Street approaches Stewart Street (former SR 520) southeast of Downtown Carson City. Photo taken 07/19/09.
U.S. 395 has a bicycle route through Carson City, which crosses 5th Street (old SR 513) along forthcoming Roop Street. Photo taken 07/19/09.
Eastbound 5th Street at the traffic light with Roop Street. Photo taken 07/19/09.
Leaving the Downtown Carson City, the next traffic signal along 5th Street lies one half mile east of Roop Street at Saliman Road. Photo taken 07/19/09.
Fifth Street ascends to cross over Interstate 580 and U.S. 50-395. With no direct access to the Carson City Bypass, drivers must instead access the freeway via William Street or Fairview Drive. Photo taken 07/19/09.
Former Nevada 513 (Fifth Street) passes over the Carson City Bypass on this concrete bridge. The freeway south to Fairview Street opened to traffic in September 2009. Photo taken 07/19/09.
5th Street was realigned to arc northward during construction of the Carson City Bypass. The former state route intersects Airport Road north and then enters a roundabout with Fairview Drive. Photo taken 07/19/09.
Fairview Drive loops around eastern reaches of Carson City, connecting with I-580 and U.S. 395 Business (South Carson Street) to the southwest and U.S. 50 at College Parkway to the north. Photo taken 07/19/09.

Sources:

  1. State Maintained Highways of Nevada Descriptions and Maps - January 2010 (2nd Quarter), Nevada Department of Transportation.


Photo Credits:

07/19/09 by AARoads

Page Updated 07-04-2018.