The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is hosting a community outreach program dubbed the Public Participation Plan that will take all recommendations into account.
The Road Warrior gives an update on projects involving Decatur, the 215 Beltway and a needed connector road in West Henderson that readers have been asking about.
A $12 million project is underway to restripe and repave the shoulder of I-15 southbound, allowing traffic to utilize it as a third lane during times of high traffic like Labor Day.
Just about everyday the Road Warrior inbox is pinged by readers interested information regarding a particular road project impacting their daily commute.
As the wettest monsoon season in a decade is poised to continue this week, the reports of flooding on valley roads had some readers wondering about the Boring Co.’s Vegas Loop.
Motorists shouldn’t groan at the notion that their morning commute will again be affected by the reduced speed zones and general traffic around schools.
The company behind the project, Brightline West, is targeting the end of this year to get construction started and finally get tracks laid.
The new Clark County Office of Traffic Safety has taken initial steps toward its goals of having safer roadways, including cracking down on street racing.
Two questions readers frequently ask about the Boring Co.’s Vegas Loop plans are answered.
Although it’s a short link across Las Vegas Boulevard, the recently opened Vegas Loop link from the Las Vegas Convention Center to Resorts World is a big deal.
After years of studying various corridors around the Las Vegas Valley the preferred choice for where Interstate 11 could run has finally been determined.
For the motorists who’ve complained to the Road Warrior about high occupancy vehicle lane usage over the years, help could soon be on the way.
The Henderson Interchange is set for an estimated $335 million revamp and the Nevada Department of Transportation is looking for public feedback as before shovels hit the ground.