Sandoval announces Infinity Highway as honorary name for USA Parkway

Robert Perea, The Fernley Reporter
Gov. Brian Sandoval and other officials pose with the Infinity Highway sign.

Robert Perea, The Fernley Reporter

Ever since Roger Norman and Lance Gilman first conceived of a highway connecting U.S. 50 and Interstate 80 through what is now the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center, the road has been called USA Parkway.

Monday, speaking during a ribbon cutting ceremony for the road that will open next week, Gov. Brian Sandoval announced an honorary name for the highway: the Infinity Highway.

Robert Perea, The Fernley Reporter
Gov. Brian Sandoval conducts interviews in front of the Infinity Highway sign.

Sandoval’s announcement came complete with the unveiling of a metallic highway marker with the name Infinity Highway, and an infinity logo.

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In announcing the name, Sandoval spoke of the new industrial revolution now happening, and how it will change the lives of Northern Nevadans.

“It’s happening with regard to transportation, with energy storage, data storage, biofuels, internet fulfillment, advanced manufacturing, and I could go on and on,” Sandoval said. “Everything that is the next big thing is happening right here. So in the honor of the past, and most importantly the boundless potential for our future, I’m proud to announce the honorary name for the USA Parkway. Ladies and gentlemen, please join me in celebrating the Infinity Highway.”

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