UPDATE: 7:05 p.m. -- Nevada Highway Patrol officials say Interstate I-80 is re-open to passenger traffic on the Nevada side of the state line.
I-80 is closed to trucks from the Nevada-California state line to Applegate, Calif., according to the CalTrans website.
Chains are required on all vehicles except 4-wheel-drive vehicles with snow tires on all four wheels from 7 miles east of Truckee to 1 mile east of Baxter, Calif.
CalTrans advises all drivers to use an alternate route if possible.
UPDATE: 3:30 p.m. -- I-80 is closed at Truckee to westbound traffic, according to California Highway Patrol dispatch.
News 4's crew on the scene says westbound traffic is being turned back as far as Gold Ranch, CalTrans workers on the road say only Truckee residents are being allowed to go through.
Drivers are advised to take an alternate route.
CHP says I-80 eastbound toward the California-Nevada stateline is open with chain requirements, but traffic is moving very slowly.
UPDATE: 9:30 a.m. -- I-80 is open to all vehicles with some restrictions, according to the CalTrans website.
Snow chains are required on all non-4-wheel-drive vehicles from three miles east of Gold Run to the Nevada-California state line.
Westbound trucks are being screened five miles west of Reno and eastbound trucks are being screened at Applegate. Drivers must have maximum chains with them to continue.
UPDATE: 3:55 p.m. -- I-80 is now open to passenger vehicles, according to the CalTrans website. Snow chains are required on all non-4-wheel-drive vehicles from Nyack to the Nevada-California state line.
I-80 remains closed to trucks from Applegate to the state line.
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- Interstate 80 is closed to all traffic from the Nevada-California state line west to Colfax because of spin-outs, according to the California Department of Transportation website.
It is closed to trucks from the state line west to Applegate. CalTrans advises that trucks use an alternate route.
Chains are required on all vehicles without 4-wheel-drive from three miles east of Gold Run to the Nevada-California state line.