A few of you have noticed an uptick of vehicles driving around the valley without license plates.
Art Marroquin completed working at the Review-Journal in mid-2018. A Southern California native, Marroquin covered breaking news, transportation and politics for more than 20 years. He is a graduate of California State University, Fullerton. His work has appeared in more than a dozen publications including the Orange County Register, Daily Breeze, Los Angeles Times and Newsday.
Public buses are still breaking down due to the extreme summertime heat in the Las Vegas Valley, but the instances are decreasing, according to the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada.
David from Henderson spotted a pet peeve shared by most Southern Nevada drivers: orange cones blocking long segments of traffic lanes, even though construction workers are concentrated in a small area.
Triple-digit temperatures couldn’t keep tourists away from Las Vegas as a summertime surge helped propel McCarran International Airport to another single-month record for passenger traffic.
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.
A $1.34 million upgrade is coming to the quarter-mile road linking Whiskey Pete’s, Buffalo Bill’s and the Primm Valley casinos near the California border, the Nevada Department of Transportation said Thursday.
Traffic lanes along a five-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 93 will be shifted north as crews continue a $57.8 million widening project near the Apex Industrial Park in North Las Vegas, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.
Even though public bus ridership is declining in Las Vegas, Uber on Wednesday launched a ride-sharing option that’s similarly modeled to how people catch a bus.
Allegiant Air will offer flights for the first time from St. George Regional Airport in southwest Utah, officials with the Las Vegas-based budget carrier announced this week.
Eastern Avenue will be closed at Twain Avenue from 9 p.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Monday as crews dig beneath the road, county spokesman Dan Kulin said.
The use of off-road vehicles on public streets in Boulder City will be discussed during a public meeting next month, officials said.
The public will be able to sound off Wednesday about a lane restriping project planned for a heavily congested freeway interchange in Henderson, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.
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.
For Project Neon workers, staying hydrated is vital as summertime temperatures soared into the triple digits, compounded with the recent bout of humidity, he said.
State lawmakers could consider a bill next year aimed at nabbing speeders and red-light runners with cameras.