While tipping is popular in Las Vegas, it’s not a good idea to tip those freeway angels who work for the Nevada Transportation Department’s Freeway Service Patrol or Incident Response Vehicle programs. They’re not allowed to accept them.
When you travel the same route every day, it’s easy to miss Nevada Transportation Department surprises, such as the exit from southbound Interstate 15 to U.S. Highway 95 that was moved earlier this month.
While thousands of local parents may be pleased to get their kids out of the house, the upcoming first day of school also means motorists are going to have to be extra vigilant when we drive to and from work on the daily commute.
Las Vegas motorists seem to be getting smarter about being aware of flood warnings from the Clark County Regional Flood Control District and the National Weather Service, and if that’s not enough, a new app is out.
With a local company on the verge of releasing details of a smartphone application that would enable people to hail a ride with a touch of a button, it will be interesting to see Uber’s next move, the ride-sharing company that hopes to establish a foothold in Southern Nevada.