A report by U.S. News and World Report ranks Nevada as the 37th best state overall, but the Silver State’s one bright spot was being ranked 1st in transportation.
With Project Neon reaching the 96 percent completion point and the HOV lane system coming on board Monday, there is still a list of work to be done on the nearly $1 billion project.
The past week in Carson City taught us that you can’t promise the world without the tools to deliver. And so far, Nevada lawmakers don’t have the funds to fix public education.
Before families set out on road trips full of the inevitable onslaught of “are we there yet?” questions, motorists should ensure their vehicles are summer-travel ready.
Residents moving to the Silver State from U.S. territories are hit with a surprise when they try getting a Nevada driver’s license.
Washoe and Clark County school districts say that even with the extra money the governor has added to the budget, they’d be running a deficit for next school year if they paid it. Here’s why.
The buzz in the transportation realm these days centers around emerging technology, and one form gaining steam is the use of artificial intelligence.
The Nevada Department of Transportation made the rounds at various local government meetings to announce pending changes to how high occupancy vehicle lanes will be governed starting next month.
If the Clark County School District gets more money from the Legislature, can it spend responsibly? That’s the age-old question that crops up whenever Nevada talks about funding education.
Despite the attractiveness of adding light rail to the city and the overwhelming public support for it as the transportation mode of choice for the Maryland Parkway corridor, transit officials made the right choice in choosing bus rapid transit for the 8.7-mile stretch.
With the orange construction cone being deemed the unofficial state flower of Nevada, there is a bevy of road work projects occurring across Las Vegas.
It’s been nine weeks since the start of the 2019 legislative session and we’ve heard many bright ideas for improving public education. But we haven’t addressed the elephant in the room — money.
After tragedy strikes, its normal for communities to rally around each other and try to create positives out of a negative situation.
Sometimes road improvement products can lead to instances where the designated area gets better, but a road in the vicinity suffers. This is the case with the Interstate 515 restriping project in Henderson that was completed late last year.
Threats against black students at Arbor View High School this week didn’t happen in a vacuum. Racial tensions that have been roiling Clark County School District schools reflect a deep divide in the community at large.