Chances are bleak that a planned extension of the Las Vegas Monorail — seen as a way to get tourists within easy walking distance of the Raiders’ new stadium — will be finished by the time the team begins play here in 2020.
Airline passengers planning to get away for the Labor Day holiday weekend might see some new security procedures at McCarran International Airport.
Drivers could help assemble a map of Nevada’s roads and warn fellow motorists about potential collisions, all through a smartphone app.
The Federal Aviation Administration wants to track aircraft more accurately by creating a series of new satellite-based routes for arrivals and departures at McCarran International, Henderson Executive and North Las Vegas airports, along with Nellis Air Force Base.
The Nevada Department of Transportation is still examining how to pay for a series of freeway improvements across the Las Vegas Valley, including a pair of projects meant to relieve traffic if a stadium for the NFL’s Raiders is built on Russell Road, just west of Interstate 15.
Private investigators hired by the owner of a Southern Nevada taxi company secretly recorded ride solicitations on cellphone video, catching 10 contracted ride-hailing drivers accepting illegal rides for cash.