There were 12 fatal crashes resulting in as many deaths on Nevada roads in March, down 48 percent compared to March 2019’s 23 deaths.
Traffic was backed up on U.S. Highway 95 in east Las Vegas Tuesday morning because of a three-vehicle crash that authorities said was caused by a motorist suspected of driving under the influence.
Signs normally meant to relay traffic-related information have been switched over to urge Nevadans to be safe during the statewide shutdown caused by the pandemic.
Only riders in wheelchairs or who need assistance in boarding will enter the bus through the front door. Bus drivers already have safety enclosures around their seats.
The employee of Keolis, one of two contractors that provide drivers for RTC buses, tested positive for coronavirus on March 28.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will ask the federal government for financial assistance after seeing a significant drop in revenue.
Interstate 15’s northbound lanes were restricted to one lane in central Las Vegas early Friday due to an accident and resulting disabled vehicle.
The high spot in the area was on Interstate 15 near the Nevada-California line, where traffic fell 73 percent in the fourth week of March, compared with the same week in March 2019.
With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting all portions of life across the world, one thing that will keep on moving are road projects.
Parking options in both terminals will be consolidated with lower passenger demand.
With the dramatic decline in passengers and bus operator shortages tied to novel coronavirus call-outs, the RTC began running at a reduced rate Wednesday.
Southbound lanes of Nellis Boulevard near Geist Avenue are closed, police said.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is moving their residential routes to a Sunday schedule beginning Wednesday.
The employee of MV Transportation, one of two contractors that provide drivers for RTC buses, became ill Thursday and was immediately sent home for self-isolation.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is reducing residential bus service following decreased ridership.
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After several months of delays, the dynamic messaging boards along Interstate 15 and U.S. Highway 95 are ready to go live.
Traffic issues are expected Tuesday-March 14 around the Las Vegas Convention Center and the Las Vegas Festival Grounds during CONEXPO-CON/AGG and the co-located IFPE shows.
As Oct. 1 creeps closer Nevada residents who haven’t gotten their Real ID are urged to step on it to avoid possible long lines.
In what could be the equivalent to Project Neon for U.S. Highway 95, early plans reveal possible striking changes for the highway in downtown Las Vegas.