Readers have made it abundantly clear — some Las Vegas motorists are in need of a driver’s education refresher class.
Whether you’re ready for it or not, the transportation landscape in Southern Nevada is set to change — drastically.
If there was ever a reason for Southern Nevada commuters to celebrate, this is it.
Will the Las Vegas Strip be the next major corridor in the valley to see steel put in the ground for its transportation needs?
One of the roads that the Road Warrior is most often asked about is Maryland Parkway.
After enduring several full closures of parts of Interstate 15 for the installation of dozens of dynamic traffic signs, readers have inquired: ‘What are these ATM signs?”
Motorists toss a lot of junk out their windows, leaving the department’s six maintenance stations in Clark County, including two in Las Vegas, and 250 experienced maintenance workers in Southern Nevada with a mammoth job.
As the government shutdown drags on, transportation projects around the state will not hit roadblocks.
As the new year begins, transportation officials urge all motorists to ensure their vehicles are running in tip-top shape.
As smartphones become an essential part of most people’s lives, the devices are causing motorists to make some not-so-smart decisions behind the wheel, experts say.
Boulder Highway, one of the deadliest stretches of road in Nevada, is receiving a much needed makeover.
Las Vegas Valley drivers are seeing red, judging by the emails sent to the Road Warrior’s inbox each week.
After six months of increases in fatal crashes throughout the state, November brought a welcome dip in deadly occurrences on Nevada roads.