Las Vegas traffic investigators have closed southbound Rainbow Boulevard near Charleston Boulevard on Saturday night, the Metropolitan Police Department said.
RTC’s Golden Knights Express ridership jumped from 40,679 in the 2017-18 season to 57, 920 last season.
The signs are being tested and are unlikely to begin warning motorists about crashes and other road conditions until late fall, according to state transportation officials.
Two lanes on U.S. Highway 95 southbound at Decatur Boulevard have reopened after a crash involving three vehicles and a semitrailer.
The overnight closure will allow crews to pour cement on a 260-foot-long, 20-foot-wide pedestrian bridge that will link Cimarron Road and Kellogg Zaher Sports Complex.
The 12,000-pound, 66-foot-long by 17-foot-high perforated metal sculpture required a 25-ton mobile crane with a 92-foot boom for installation.
The crash was reported around 4:10 a.m.
A motorcyclist has died after a crash Friday night near Martin Luther King Boulevard and Owens Avenue in the central valley, the Metropolitan Police Department said.
The contingency to requiring 24/7 HOV lane restrictions relates to having direct-access HOV ramps located on the left side of the freeway.
The 215 Beltway has a bevy of widening project set to enhance traffic flow in various areas of the Las Vegas Valley.