The Interstate 15 corridor between the Spaghetti Bowl and Sahara Avenue is the undisputed champion of traffic gridlock. It handles a whopping 250,000 vehicles per day, the busiest stretch of freeway in Nevada. The Nevada Department of Transportation wants to do something about the constant traffic jams, frequent wrecks and inefficient interchanges. Project Neon aims to address those issues, as well as future traffic growth.
The problem with electing judges is not the elections themselves. The problem is a lack of information for voters on the performance of judges. Judicial campaigns are seldom competitive, and they typically provide the electorate with little more than biographical information.
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