Many valley residents are aware of Project Neon, the massive restructuring of the highways and streets near the intersection of Interstate 15 and U.S. Highway 95, but it seems many know only that it will rearrange the Spaghetti Bowl again, and they suspect it will make the commute through the area a nightmare for years to come. The people working on the project want to let residents know that it won’t be as bad as many fear.
The Arizona Public Safety Department has identified two people killed in western Arizona traffic accidents just 5 miles apart on Interstate 40. The first crash occurred at 11:30 p.m. Sunday, about 11 miles east of the California border.
Getting replacement license plates under a new Nevada law that takes effect July 1 won’t require a dreaded trip to a Department of Motor Vehicles office.
Las Vegas police are investigating a fatal crash Monday morning in the east valley.
Spring Mountain Road at Rainbow Boulevard reopened Monday morning after Metro investigated a crash involving a police patrol car and another vehicle.