Millions of dollars in federal money will assist local transportation officials plan for the future of Charleston Boulevard.
Motorists traveling on Interstate 15 from Las Vegas toward Utah will face another road project slated to disrupt traffic along the busy route.
Work crews are now focused on building retaining walls for the I-15-Harmon Avenue high-occupancy-vehicle, half interchange, with the new resort corridor access coming in November.
The agency has been awarded a federal grant to fund a plan for how to develop sustainable, equitable transit infrastructure in the valley’s underserved areas.
Crews will begin the $350 million-$400 million overhaul of the Henderson interchange next year. The overhaul is needed to address traffic and safety improvements.
A potential road extension near the resort corridor could provide another north-south movement point between Flamingo Road and Tropicana Avenue.
If the rail project ended up moving forward to the development stage, Utah would be responsible to help fund the project.
Some of the temporary structures set to be built to ensure essential traffic can travel in and out of the Las Vegas Grand Prix footprint will be a feat upon itself.
A traffic study lays out recommendations for how to increase travel in the area surrounding the Tropicana site.
Once the ongoing paving operation — the one causing havoc on the Strip in recent weeks — that is readying the Las Vegas Grand Prix circuit is complete, another major repave is not expected to be necessary for years.
Because of increases in fatal crashes during the span between Memorial Day and Labor Day, the summer months are considered the “100 Deadliest Days of the Year” on U.S. roadways.
Brightline West’s CEO says it is prepared to break ground this year on its long-planned high-speed rail line between Las Vegas and Southern California.
The Athletics decision to switch their preferred ballpark site to the Tropicana property will bring more than a team to the south Strip. It will also bring traffic.
The underground concept came after UNLV raised concerns with the previous elevated expressway option being an eyesore and would also block branding of the school and the Thomas & Mack Center.
As the Oakland Athletics focus their attention on landing a $1.5 billion MLB ballpark in Las Vegas, team brass are excited about the potential transportation prospects for their chosen site.