Fight traffic alert: People who want to get a sniff of fight night ambience are being warned that the MGM Grand is not the place to be Saturday unless you have a ticket to get inside the arena to watch Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather make history.
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High speed and reckless driving appear to have caused a motorcycle crash that killed a 23-year-old man in Henderson Friday night, police said.
The Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash on state Route 160 near Mountain Springs in the southwest valley.
Two Clark County School District buses crashed Friday afternoon in the northwest valley, Las Vegas police said.
A man is hospitalized in serious condition after a crash between a minivan and scooter Wednesday evening in the east valley, according to Las Vegas police.
There’s a pot of gold at the end of this Las Vegas road construction traffic jam, er, rainbow, on the 215 Beltway.
Lamb Boulevard, south of the 215 Beltway, is shut down after a multi-vehicle crash killed three people and left a fourth in “extremely critical” condition, North Las Vegas police said.
The Nevada Senate on Wednesday rejected along party lines a bill to allow ride-sharing companies such as Uber to operate in Nevada after Democrats objected to Republicans blocking proposed amendments.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is taking awareness of its 1½-year, 14-mile Flamingo Road Improvements Project on the road. Mobile open houses are planned at seven locations on the $40.3 million project that begins this month and is expected to be completed in fall 2016.
State transportation leaders got an unwelcome surprise in December 2013 when a team of University of Nevada, Las Vegas, researchers discovered traces of naturally occurring asbestos along the route of the planned Interstate 11 Boulder City bypass. Last month, they got another unwelcome surprise — how much it was going to cost to minimize the health risks associated with the substance.
An east valley crash involving a car and motorcycle shut down a section of Lamb Boulevard Monday night.
A Tuesday evening crash on U.S. Highway 95 South near Valley View Boulevard caused traffic delays for over an hour.
The number of mopeds on Las Vegas Valley streets has grown exponentially in recent years, and so have the safety concerns and frustrations voiced by Road Warrior readers.
With $26.4 billion in state transportation projects unfunded over the next 20 years — $8 billion of that in Southern Nevada — local transportation leaders rallied Thursday for the public to press lawmakers to clear federal funding logjams.
The state Senate Commerce, Labor and Energy committee unanimously passed the so-called Uber bill on Thursday, but the legislation is expected to face stiff opposition when it’s taken up on the Senate floor.
The search for an administrator for the Nevada Taxicab Authority is continuing after state officials have determined that they wouldn’t be able to deliver the names of three vetted applicants for the job.
Lawmakers from both sides of the political aisle and transportation leaders from the federal government and two states gathered on a breezy bluff overlooking a four-lane highway bottleneck near the newly reopened Hoover Dam Lodge for a historic groundbreaking for the first section of Interstate 11.
Instead of sometimes being forced to bolt out the door to feed the hungry parking meters in downtown Las Vegas, motorists are now able to pay up with a new smartphone app at some lots and on-street parking spots.
The city of Las Vegas announced its collaboration with two new mobile parking apps Thursday, allowing metered parking customers using city meters and some city parking lots to pay through cellphones.
Somebody’s going to be disappointed when action is taken on Senate Bill 439, the so-called “Uber bill” that, if enacted, would enable the operation of transportation network companies in the state.
Two transportation heavyweights went toe-to-toe for the first time in the state on Monday in the high-stakes fight over whether the ride-hailing company Uber would be allowed to operate legally in Nevada. By most accounts, Monday’s battle ended in a draw.
The Nevada Legislature is working on more proposals for motorists, including weaker motorcycle helmet rules, harsher hit-and-run punishment and higher speed limits.
A 29-year-old Louisiana man was killed and northbound Interstate 15 near Cheyenne Avenue was closed for over five hours after a Saturday afternoon motorcycle crash, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
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