A reminder for those heading out to New Year’s Eve parties tonight: The Strip and the roads leading to have closed.
During their first meeting of 2018, Clark County commissioners will ease their way into 2018 with a relatively light agenda highlighted by bollards.
A central valley intersection has re-opened after it was blocked off for more than an hour due to an injury crash.
Even though a majority of visitors will drive to Las Vegas this weekend, vehicles won’t be allowed to travel along a 3-mile stretch of the Strip on New Year’s Eve, according to the Nevada Department of Transportation.
The Nevada Highway Patrol and local law enforcement agencies will beef up patrols for drunken drivers on New Years Eve, but partiers have a few free and inexpensive options to get around.
There may be fewer people visiting Las Vegas to ring in the new year, but expect to see the same round of road closures to make way for large-scale celebrations.
A pedestrian was hit and killed by a car in the east valley Thursday, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
A 2½-mile stretch of southbound U.S. Highway 95 leading into downtown Las Vegas will be closed for overnight work Thursday, along with several nearby freeway ramps, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.
Several lanes of U.S. Highway 95 are blocked Tuesday morning after an injury crash.
A new traffic signal will be switched on Tuesday morning at Desert Foothills Drive and Desert Sunrise Road in Summerlin, Las Vegas city officials said.