Clark County commissioners are considering a proposal that would require drivers of ride-hailing companies to get individual business licenses.
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Police in Henderson and North Las Vegas could soon begin sharing more than a million records of drivers' whereabouts collected using automated license-plate readers.
You've heard that story about the blind men describing the elephant. Each person had different descriptions of what it was based on what part of the elephant they were touching.
Transportation regulators are looking into two incidents involving Uber drivers that have prompted the company's critics to say, "I told you so."
Motorists in Henderson should be wary of bicyclists and runners competing in the grueling Ironman 70.3 Silverman triathlon race on Sunday morning.
Residents near Buffalo Drive and Badura Avenue have long had concerns about the intersection. Turning left onto Buffalo is impossible according to resident Judy Pleshe.
Southern Nevada residents should be just catching their breath after enduring the huge Project Neon program sometime after 2020 when the next big Interstate 15 freeway work gets underway.
Las Vegas Valley drivers be warned: Major changes to the state's traffic laws take effect Thursday.
Drivers of ride-hailing companies in Clark County might face another requirement: obtaining a county business license.
The quarter-mile $13.6 million F Street improvement project that opened late last year has won an award for its design, aesthetic value and need.
If Nevada's planned high-speed rail system runs as swiftly and efficiently as the first Nevada High-Speed Rail Authority meeting, Southern Nevadans will be on beaches and Southern Californians in casinos in no time.
The first street sign for Sammy Davis Jr. Drive was unveiled in Las Vegas on Tuesday during a dedication that attracted family members, celebrities and other dignitaries.
As the Nevada High-Speed Rail Authority prepares for its inaugural meeting Tuesday, the five-member board already is hopelessly behind in meeting a deadline established by the enabling legislation.
An ambulance rolled over with a patient inside after a crash in the south valley Thursday night, but Las Vegas police said there were only minor injuries.
Downtown Las Vegas won't be an easy place to get around this weekend, but those who go are gearing for a memorable experience.
The head of the state's Equal Employment Opportunity division has been named administrator of the Nevada Taxicab Authority.
Traffic is crawling on southbound Interstate 15, near Charleston Boulevard, after an eight-vehicle wreck Wednesday evening.
Three transportation leaders say light rail should be a part of Southern Nevada's future, but it would only happen if the community is willing to raise sales taxes or a favorable public-private partnership could be established.
Andrew MacKay, a member of the Nevada Transportation Authority for 10 years and the board's chairman for eight of them, is resigning to take a position in the private sector.
A new transportation option is available in the valley. And it might even be legal.
Southern Nevada Uber customers got their first taste of "surge" pricing over the weekend.
Sewer line work begins on a busy section of Las Vegas Boulevard Sunday night in a project that is expected to hamper traffic for a month.
A newly formed Chinese-American joint venture said Thursday it has raised $100 million to help build a long-awaited high-speed train connecting Las Vegas and Southern California.
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