Uber, the ride-sharing company that thousands of Southern Nevada consumers have been clamoring for — and will likely result in thousands of headaches for transportation regulators and taxi company executives — is nearing its Las Vegas launch.
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Nevada Transportation Department officials tried to reassure wary Boulder City residents Tuesday that Interstate 11 construction crews would take special measures to keep naturally occurring asbestos from becoming a health risk.
Lamb Boulevard will be closed Thursday night and Friday morning between Washington and Owens avenues for a pedestrian bridge construction project.
The Nevada Taxicab Authority on Monday approved an increase of just over 8 percent, boosting Clark County to the second highest rate in the nation among cities with a tourism-based economy.
In Southern Nevada, the voices are getting louder. Uber is coming.
Southern Nevada auto dealers are belatedly embracing the state’s new Electronic Dealer Report of Sale program, just as the Department of Motor Vehicles ramps up its enforcement of the program, promising fines for noncompliance.
A fresh coat of paint containing thousands of reflective glass beads is drying on the express lanes on the surface of Interstate 15 as you read this. If only the drivers were as bright as those stripes will be.
Life will be beautiful in downtown Las Vegas for the three-day Life Is Beautiful music, food and art festival next week, but it might not be too pretty for motorists using city streets.
Handicapped and elderly Regional Transportation Commission customers could soon have an easier way to get around thanks to a new mobility training center that’s being built in Las Vegas.
Traffic will be reduced to four travel lanes in each direction of Interstate 15 Sunday for a restriping project.
A section of Interstate 15 north of Las Vegas is ready for traffic again after suffering damage during a late-September flash flood.
Uber, the San Francisco-based ride-sharing company that has acknowledged it is considering entering the Las Vegas ground transportation market if it can figure out a way to clear some regulatory hurdles, conducted the first of five introductory “onboarding sessions” with prospective drivers on Wednesday.
There will be people dancing in the streets on Saturday. A portion of Las Vegas Boulevard will be closed for two hours for the Las Vegas Dance Mile 2014 event in downtown Las Vegas.
A leak in a gas line disrupted traffic and caused major delays most of the day on Las Vegas Boulevard near the Las Vegas Premium Outlets mall.
Gerardo Gamboa, the Las Vegas taxi driver who found $300,000 in the back of his cab just before Christmas last year and turned it over to his supervisors to find the rightful owner, has won another accolade.
A man was hospitalized in unknown condition after a Tuesday afternoon motorcycle crash in the northwest valley, Las Vegas police said. Officers responded at 3:21 p.m. to the motorcycle-versus-vehicle collision on eastbound Cheyenne Avenue, just west of North Tenaya Way, according to Metro spokeswoman Laura Meltzer.
The State Transportation Board on Monday unanimously approved a $70 million design-build project for State Highway 439, also known as USA Parkway east of Reno in Storey and Lyon counties.
A car crashed into a home Monday afternoon near Westcliff Drive and Rainbow Boulevard, Las Vegas police said.
Repeal of the Wright Amendment is a huge economic shot in the arm for Southwest Airlines.
Should the government force airlines to publicize hidden fees in their fare pricing? Or should it be the consumers’ responsibility to do their homework to find which deal is the best?
A motorcycle rider is in critical condition Friday after a crash on Interstate 15 near Moapa, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
The intersection of Robindale Road and Spencer Street is closed after a Friday morning crash that left one person in serious condition, Las Vegas police said.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will continue talks with a private tour bus company wanting to use public transit stops on the Strip but made it clear Thursday that the best solution may be for it to petition the city or county for its own stops.
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