The Metropolitan Police Department received a report at 10:34 a.m. of a man who was walking in traffic, “appearing to try to get hit,” Lt. Jeff Stuart said.
Several states, including Arizona, Texas and Rhode Island, are using systems similar to one to be tested soon in Nevada. And they say they are proving remarkably effective.
The bridge is part of the larger $73 million Centennial Bowl interchange project that broke ground in January.
The Clark County Coroner’s Office identified one of two people killed in Thursday night’s wrong-way crash on I-15 south of Las Vegas, but did not specify which vehicle he was in.
Some bus routes servicing the Henderson area are set for revisions beginning Sunday. The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will implement schedule changes on 27 routes.
A suspect was taken into custody, and Nellis Boulevard has reopened after what Las Vegas police called “a barricade with an armed male.”
A person driving more than 60 mph over the speed limit caught the attention of the Nevada Highway Patrol near Primm.
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.
One person was killed after driving the wrong way on northbound Interstate 15 early Tuesday near downtown Las Vegas.
The annual gathering of cowboys and cowgirls is set to kick off Thursday with the start of the National Finals Rodeo bringing a herd of fans with it.