Stewart Street in Carson City was formerly a part of Nevada 520 between South Carson Street (U.S. 395 Business) and William Street (old U.S. 50). The 1.25-mile loop branched east from U.S. 395 Business and passes along the back side of the state capitol complex, forming an alternate alignment to Carson Street through Downtown.

Former SR 520 - Stewart Street north
Curving northeast from U.S. 395 Business (South Carson Street), SR 520 commenced along Stewart Street with a begin shield posted within the Stewart Street median. 07/19/09
Stewart Street (former SR 520) expands into a five-lane boulevard along the back side of Carson Mall Shopping Center. 07/19/09
Little Lane stems east from Stewart Street and Carson Mall to residential areas west of Saliman Road. 07/19/09
A reassurance shield for SR 520 appeared northbound at the Stewart Street intersection with 5th Street. 5th Street west to Carson Street and east to Fairview Drive was formerly SR 513. 07/19/09
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Stewart Street passes by the Nevada State Library and Archives between Fifth and 2nd Streets. The state library is located just east of the Capitol Mall. 07/19/09
SR 520 mile marker CC 0.80 appeared along Stewart Street northbound at the signalized intersection with Musser Street. 07/19/09
Stewart Street continues north past Musser Street through Downtown Carson City, passing by Proctor, Telegraph and Spear Streets. 07/19/09
Robinson Street intersects Stewart Street at the succeeding northbound signal. 07/19/09
Two blocks further, northbound Stewart Street (old SR 520) meets Washington Street. 07/19/09
An end shield accompanied milepost 1.23 for SR 520 north at what was previously U.S. 50 (SR 530) along William Street. 07/19/09
A destination sign for Reno via William Street (old U.S. 50) west to Carson Street (U.S. 395 Business) and Virginia City and Fallon via William Street east to U.S. 50 at I-580 remains along Stewart Street north. 07/19/09
Construction completed by 2011 extended Stewart Street north from William Street as a through route to Roop Street. 07/19/09



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07/19/09 by AARoads

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Former State Route 513

Page Updated 07-23-2018.

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