With more visitors coming to Las Vegas and locals beginning to hit the town with relaxed COVID-19 restrictions, a new problem has surfaced.
New cases of COVID-19 among TSA workers at McCarran airport have declined significantly in recent months after rising dramatically to close out 2020 and to start 2021.
A year after the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles shut down and reopened under reduced capacity, officials are finally getting the upper hand on the backlog that was created.
After a successful test run, officials are giving adaptive traffic signals on a stretch of Eastern Avenue in Henderson the green light.
LaMunyon bought the car in October of 1983 for her then 16-year-old daughter and within six weeks it was gone.
Monday marks the first time in almost a year that children will be attending in person classes at elementary schools across the valley, meaning motorists will need to be especially mindful when traveling through school zones.
The decision to rename McCarran International Airport to Harry Reid International Airport last week caught some residents off guard.
After a tumultuous year brought on by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Regional Transportation Commission is getting a federal boost.
The planned road project that includes an overhaul of the Tropicana Avenue-Interstate 15 interchange near Allegiant Stadium has seen a price estimate rise.
The recently completed $5.9 million, 2-mile upgrade of Jones Boulevard between Upland Boulevard and Smoke Ranch Road features a bike safety measure some drivers might not be aware of.
The DMV is running at a 50 percent no-show rate, with half of customers who make an appointment in Las Vegas and Reno area offices aren’t showing up for their appointments.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, which oversees 1,577 traffic signals, gets its fair share of complaints, receiving 160 traffic signal complaints in 2020.
Crews broke ground on the $155 million final phase of the Centennial Bowl interchange project Monday where U.S. Highway 95 and the 215 Beltway, according to the Nevada Department of Transportation.
With Nevada ranking among the highest cases in human trafficking in the nation local law enforcement and victims need all the help they can get.
As 2020 comes to a close, local transportation officials hope the Las Vegas Valley can leave the ‘worst year ever’ behind them in their rear view mirrors.