Northbound U.S. 95 will still be narrowed to two travel lanes between Interstate 15 and Rancho Drive, but traffic will slide over to the right side of the freeway from 6 a.m. Thursday to mid-September.
Just about everyone in Las Vegas will have something to rave about during the Electric Daisy Carnival next weekend when roughly 400,000 revelers make their way to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for three days of high-energy music.
Roundabouts are increasing in popularity as a way to control speeding drivers across the Las Vegas Valley.
It’s pretty easy to get distracted while driving. Texts from friends or eating a quick lunch on the go can sometimes make the best of drivers swerve on the road.
A series of radio and television commercials that debuted last week encourages drivers to see the “progress, growth and jobs” represented by the seemingly ubiquitous construction markers.
A team of three hologram workers has popped up at McCarran International Airport to help direct passengers toward tram connections headed out of the D-Gate satellite concourse.
Generally, there’s a method to the madness when it comes to traffic signal sequencing and timing, said Brian Hoeft, director of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada’s traffic management center.
Just about anyone who’s driven through McCarran International Airport should be acquainted by now with the handy Cell Phone Lot. The Road Warrior highly recommends giving it a try, but beware a few rules.
There’s some major work happening on the Las Vegas Valley’s major freeways, so the Road Warrior answers a pressing question a few of you have asked recently. Is it Interstate 95 or U.S. Highway 95 — and what the heck is the difference?
The Nevada Taxicab Authority is expected to finally decide whether to test out parallel routes along Frank Sinatra Drive, Koval Lane and Interstate 15 that cabbies could use when Las Vegas Boulevard is congested.