After months of preparation, Monday morning saw the largest load to travel on Nevada roads set off from Apex in North Las Vegas.
The largest object to travel on Nevada roads will set out on its over week long journey next week.
Gov. Steve Sisolak announced that Nevada will move to adopt California’s car pollution standards, a move that comes as state officials have pushed back against the Trump administration’s decision to relax federal vehicle emission standards.
Segments of U.S. Highway 95 will remain closed near Tonopah through June 30 because of damage caused by a May 15 earthquake, a state official said Tuesday.
One man is dead and two others are in critical condition Wednesday morning after a crash on U.S. Highway 95 in Nye County, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
The Office of Traffic Safety on Thursday reported decreases in the number of fatal crashes in Nevada during March and April compared to last year.
Talks are being had by Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles officials regarding the license application process with all state DMV offices shuttered, but they declined to say if possibly waiving the driving skills portion was part of those discussions.
There were 12 fatal crashes resulting in as many deaths on Nevada roads in March, down 48 percent compared to March 2019’s 23 deaths.
Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles offices across the state are closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A stretch of Interstate 15 is among the first highway portions to be federally designated an interstate highway electric vehicle corridor.