Tina Quigley is moving on from her role as CEO of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada with her successor already in place.
One of the biggest gripes since Project Neon’s completion and the introduction of the 22 miles of HOV lanes—aside from them being in existence at all—is the spacing of the entry exit points for the lanes.
The Area 51 Basecamp event in Hiko and Alienstock in Rachel are expected to drum up traffic congestion, causing drivers long waits in their vehicles in mainly rural areas.
After 14 years with the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, CEO Tina Quigley announced Thursday that she is retiring from the transportation agency.
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.
The Las Vegas City Council unanimously approved a resolution to end the 24-hour regulation of the carpool lanes on portions of Interstate 15 and U.S. Highway 95.
With Project Neon reaching the 96 percent completion point and the HOV lane system coming on board Monday, there is still a list of work to be done on the nearly $1 billion project.
A bill that would have transformed traffic offenses from misdemeanor crimes into civil infractions in Nevada was pulled by its sponsor.