Motorists will have to wait a little longer for the dynamic traffic messaging signs on area highways to go live, but if all goes as planned it will be an early Christmas present from the state Department of Transportation.
Almost 47,000 specialty license plate registrations have occurred in the last year between the Golden Knights and Raiders editions.
Although parents will do anything to protect their children, often times young ones are unknowingly improperly fastened in the car seats in their vehicles.
The Area 51 Basecamp event in Hiko and Alienstock in Rachel are expected to drum up traffic congestion, causing drivers long waits in their vehicles in mainly rural areas.
Virgin Hyperloop One is looking to take the progress the company has seen at their Southern Nevada test track and implement the underground, high-speed transportation model worldwide.
Keeping U.S. Highways 93 and 95 are priority for NDOT, as keeping traffic flowing smoothly on those state highways is important.
With the main public mass transit option in the Las Vegas Valley long being the RTC bus system, the profitability of that is being threatened by the continued surge in popularity of ride hailing companies like Uber and Lyft.
With Project Neon wrapping up, focus will now turn to a bevy of other freeway projects that will annoy motorists before smoothing out commutes in multiple areas of the Las Vegas Valley.
Although kept busy throughout the year, the Freeway Service Patrol’s work heats up along with the triple-digit summer temperatures.
Older motorists can be as distracted by in-vehicle infotainment technology as they are by using a hand-held device while driving.
Although no one plans to be caught in a flash flood while driving, it is important to plan ahead to increase escaping the situation safely.
With autonomous vehicles becoming increasingly prevalent on the nation’s roads, especially in Las Vegas, safety is always a concern from motorists and pedestrians.
Nevada is home to the best-rated bridges and roads in the country are built to withstand seismic events like the 7.1 magnitude and 6.4 magnitude earthquakes that occurred in Southern California, rattling parts of the Las Vegas Valley last week.
Though most respondents to a AAA survey don’t think they will get caught driving high on marijuana, officials insists action is as dangerous as driving drunk.