- Miles of Utility Lines Buried Underground
- Intermediate Result
- Mile (miles)
- Miles of overhead utility lines that have been buried underground along scenic roadways in the Tahoe Basin. Lake Tahoe's scenic design standards ensure opportunities for residents and visitors to view and photograph the Tahoe Basin's natural scenic resources while driving on the region's highways. Reducing the visual dominance of structures along roadways, including utility lines, improves the scenic quality of the Tahoe Basin and enhances Lake Tahoe as a recreation and tourist attraction.
- This Indicator is reported in the following LT Info areas:
Environmental Improvement Program
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Airport Area, Al Tahoe, Alpine Summit, Brockway Cutoff to Brockway Summit, Camp Richardson[33 More Options]
Casino Area, Cave Rock, Cedar Flat to Carnelian Bay, Crystal Bay to Ponderosa Area, D.L. Bliss State Park, Echo Summit, El Dorado Beach, Emerald Bay, Flick Point, Homewood, Kingsbury Grade, Lake Forest, Lonely Gulch, Meadow, Meeks Bay, Mt. Rose Highway to Tahoe Meadow, Outlet to Lower Truckee River, Pioneer Trail (North), Prey Meadow, Quail Creek, Rubicon Bay, Sand Harbor, Spooner Summit, Stateline, Sugar Pine Point, Tahoe Pines to Sunnyside, Tahoe Tavern, Tahoe Valley, Tahoe Vista, Tahoma, The Strip, Upper Truckee River, Zephyr Cove – Lincoln Park
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