The Nevada Department of Transportation is implementing a pilot program to deter wrong-way drivers, whose crashes are far more likely to result in death.
Gov. Steve Sislok said the high occupancy vehicle lanes could be up for revision in half the time originally stated, being brought up in 18 months with the State Board of Transportation.
The money going to Nevada will go toward projects to improve two bridges on U.S. Highway 95 in Las Vegas, at Desert Inn Road and at Eastern Avenue.
The DMV will use odometer readings gathered during emissions tests in Clark and Washoe counties ahead of registrations in those areas.
A bill that would have transformed traffic offenses from misdemeanor crimes into civil infractions in Nevada was pulled by its sponsor.
The deadliest mass shooting in modern American history could soon have a specialty Nevada license plate designed to generate funds to support those affected by the tragedy.
A proposed Nevada law that would let police electronically scan a driver’s mobile phone after a crash is pitting proponents of tougher distracted-driving penalties against privacy and constitutional rights watchdogs.
Motorists who take the risk of running red lights in Nevada may soon pay the price thanks to technology.
Nevada lawmakers will look to avoid being roadblocks as southern Nevada further drives into the future of technology.
Last year was the deadliest year for motorists on Nevada roads in the last decade.