It’s not quite officially summer yet, but our vehicles are already taking a beating as Southern Nevada temperatures soar into the triple digits.
As North Las Vegas evolves into a hub of massive distribution centers aimed at jump-starting the city’s fragile economy, Mayor John Lee wants to make sure truck deliveries show up on time and have a place to park.
The system of wire ropes, supported by steel posts, “provide crucial flexibility, stretching and absorbing the crash force for greater motorist safety,” agency spokesman says, rejecting the assertion that they are dangerous to motorcyclists.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada launched the “Seeing Orange” campaign in May 2015 as a one-stop option for people to learn about street and highway construction projects.
A few streets in Las Vegas have some strange angles or curves that don’t make much sense.
A poll released last month by AAA’s Foundation for Traffic Safety found that 87.5 percent of us believe distracted driving is getting worse, outpacing traffic congestion, aggressive drivers, motorists who use drugs and drunken driving as “growing concerns” on the road.
With the start of National Bike Month on Tuesday, a local cycling advocacy group wants to remind motorists about the so-called “Three-Feet Rule.”
Headlights illuminated by shades of yellow, green, blue, purple and red appear to be the latest trend hitting the roads. The novelty tints may look cool and distinctive, but they’re poor at projecting the right amount of light and they’re illegal.
A Nevada Highway Patrol trooper reminds motorists that all vehicles must make a complete stop behind the white limit line at red lights and stop signs prior to making a right-hand turn or passing through an intersection.
As crews continue to work uninterrupted on reconfiguring the Spaghetti Bowl interchange in downtown Las Vegas, it’s a little hard to believe that construction was delayed on nearby sections of Interstate 15 just 50 years ago.