Las Vegas is now crisscrossed with bicycle routes and bicycle lanes, many of them painted green so they’re unmistakable.
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Interstate 15 will be restricted for two weeks between Craig Road and Speedway Boulevard in North Las Vegas beginning on Halloween, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.
Nevada will share in a multi-state, $41.2 million settlement with automakers Hyundai and Kia over claims they exaggerated, then adjusted, fuel efficiency ratings, the attorney general’s office announced Thursday.
Las Vegas motorists appeared to heed warnings about the massive traffic closures known as Car-nado by steering clear of Nevada’s busiest freeway intersection during the Thursday commute.
The traffic closures known as Car-nado are to begin at 10 p.m. Wednesday, hitting Nevada’s busiest freeway intersection with a maelstrom of construction activity, followed by detours and clogged roads in downtown Las Vegas.
A police officer wore a pumpkin costume Wednesday to raise awareness about pedestrian fatalities during the holiday season in the Las Vegas Valley.
Light-rail lines, driverless vehicles and partnerships with ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft are being studied as options to move residents and tourists in busy areas around the Strip and beyond.
Moped owners are required to pay a one-time registration fee beginning Nov. 1 that won’t require annual renewals, the Department of Motor Vehicles said Wednesday.
Las Vegas police are investigating a crash near the McCarran International Airport connector and the 215 Beltway.
Sitting on traffic-clogged roads, hurtling over potholes and crashing into other cars cost $1,744 annually for the average Las Vegas driver — a figure much lower compared to what motorists pay in Los Angeles, New York or Memphis, according to a study released Tuesday.
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