LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles City Council voted on Tuesday to let ride-hailing services such as uberX and Lyft pick up passengers at the city's international airport, which will become the largest U.S. air hub to allow the practice.
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Southern Nevada taxi rates will go up at the end of the week with a slight bump in the drop and mileage rates and a 3 percent tax that also will affect limousines and transportation network companies.
In a continual effort to alleviate traffic in the thriving area of the northwest valley, Phase 3A of the U.S. 95 Northwest Corridor Improvements Project celebrated its groundbreaking Aug. 6.
Alert Warrior readers brought it to the attention of Warrior Central that there are some signs on the freeway that made them scratch their heads. Some readers probably remember the exit sign on northbound U.S. Highway 95 that once showed the mileage to "Eastern Blvd."
Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft will be allowed to operate at McCarran International Airport and when they do, they'll have designated pickup areas for customers to find their rides.
Some taxi and limo operators sought clarity on Thursday on how the state Taxation Department would collect a new 3 percent tax and whether they could pass it on to their customers through a tariff modification.
California prosecutors have broadened their civil lawsuit against popular online ride-sharing service Uber, alleging that its background checks missed people previously convicted of murder and sex crimes, court records show.
Customers who hail a ride on Uber or Lyft from Mandalay Bay to the Fremont Street Experience can expect to pay about $24 based on rates the companies submitted in their applications to the Nevada Transportation Authority.
Kids are crying, but their moms are rejoicing: It's back-to-school time! And that means it's also time for motorists to go on high alert around those hallowed halls of knowledge because, as we all know, kids seem to do the dumbest things when walking near a street.
Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft have applied to be licensed as transportation network companies in the state. The two San Francisco-based companies each submitted applications that arrived at Nevada Transportation Authority offices on Friday.
The Rampart Boulevard sewer installation project's major sewer construction components have been completed.
A wreck that hospitalized three people, one in critical condition, closed multiple southbound lanes on U.S. Highway 95 between Valley View Boulevard and Rancho Road on Thursday, the Las Vegas Fire Department said.
The second of four union contracts for work groups affiliated with the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada was approved Thursday by the organization's board of directors.
Traffic is crawling at a southwest valley intersection and Southwest Gas crews are working to relight pilots for more than 100 customers after a gas leak Tuesday afternoon, a company spokeswoman said Tuesday evening.
An executive with one of Southern Nevada's dominant taxicab companies says the Nevada Transportation Authority's proposed regulations for transportation network companies "is going to represent a public safety disaster for Las Vegas."
Las Vegas police said criminal charges may be filed in connection with a five-vehicle crash near McCarran International Airport that killed a woman and sent several people to the hospital Monday morning.
Uber and Lyft could begin operating within 30 days following action Monday by the Legislative Commission.
Nevada transportation leaders will be keeping a close watch on OReGO, a pilot program being undertaken by the Oregon Department of Transportation for motorists to pay for road and highway improvements by the mile instead of through a gasoline tax.
For the motorists who have battled through lane narrowing and traffic jams on U.S. Highway 95 between Ann Road and Durango Drive, the commute is about to get a little easier.
A southbound Interstate 15 on-ramp near the Spaghetti Bowl was closed for more than six hours Friday after a cement truck overturned, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Federal, state and local transportation leaders on Thursday celebrated the start of a freeway interchange project expected to become the second busiest in the state within a few years.
Even though transportation regulators have proposed knocking down the cost for a transportation network company to be licensed in the state, it's still substantially higher than anyplace Uber and Lyft operate.
Another Allegiant Air flight has made an emergency landing, this time in Greensboro, N.C.
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