Drowsy driving can be just as dangerous as drunk driving. Getting plenty of rest before a long trip is a vital step to keep motorists from nodding off behind the wheel and potentially causing a crash.
As the number of residents and visitors continues to swell in Las Vegas, the roads are going through some growing pains — particularly along Interstate 15.
There’s an obscure state law that outlaws drivers from making a U-turn in front of school zones — and North Las Vegas city officials want to make sure you remember it.
Motorists will be able to cruise through the intersection of art and architecture when Interstate 11 opens to the public Thursday.
Electric bicycles have undergone a series of tests over the past week, aimed at promoting health among the city of North Las Vegas’ workers while also reducing vehicle emissions during brief, local trips.
Traffic signals seem to take an awfully long time to change at some of the busiest intersections across the Las Vegas Valley.
Motorists should prepare themselves for monsoon rains by making sure their vehicles are equipped with functioning brakes, headlights, tires with good tread and a new set of windshield wipers.
A traffic safety advocate alerted the Road Warrior to the disturbing frequency of pedestrians who are struck by vehicles attempting to make a left turn at Las Vegas Valley intersections.
Finding a reasonable place to park is getting harder in Las Vegas — even at McCarran International Airport.
The Regional Transportation Commission won’t make a decision on it until September, but a proposed light-rail line for Maryland Parkway is going to be a hot topic this summer.
Nevada drivers might want to double-check their insurance, because changes are coming in about two weeks.
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.