Thanksgiving will likely see significantly fewer travelers years amid the COVID-19 pandemic and a recommendation from the CDC for Americans to stay home.
The Nevada Department of Transportation says it doesn’t expect Gov. Steve Sisolak’s “Stay at Home 2.0” order to keep out-of-town visitors away from Southern Nevada.
A major road upgrade in east Las Vegas will improve north-south travel once the multiyear project is complete.
For the first time since the effects of the pandemic began to be felt in Southern Nevada, traffic volume on some portions of the region’s freeways has increased over 2019.
As the long-discussed high-speed rail system between Las Vegas and Southern California awaits a bond sale that’s slated to pay for the initial phase, the company behind the project, Brightline, released more details on the construction timeline.
As the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles continues operations at reduced capacity under COVID-19 regulations, some motorists who looked to skip going to an office or kiosk have encountered an issue.
September was the strongest hotel booking month of the year, according to AAA booking data, but was still trailing September 2019 by 12 percent.
With a bond offering underway to finance construction of a high-speed train between Las Vegas and LA, one of the backers expects the line to play a big role in sporting events.
With the end of a grace period for expired vehicle registrations, motorists who waited are discovering they now owe late fees.
Public safety officials are urging fans to be smart and not get behind the wheel intoxicated after the Raiders face off with the New Orleans Saints on “Monday Night Football” at Allegiant Stadium.
Droves of readers have contacted the Road Warrior in recent months to express frustrations with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles.
The LVCVA’s $24.26 million purchase of the Las Vegas Monorail is not an investment in the future of the long-struggling transportation mode — it’s an investment in the future of mobility in the resort corridor and beyond.
Traffic on Las Vegas Valley freeways is still lagging behind last year’s rates as the coronavirus pandemic still has its grips on the region.
A year after the nearly $1 billion Project Neon wrapped up, transportation planners are in the early stages of developing the next 10-figure road project.
The tunnel, which was completed in 1994 and allows motorists to access McCarran from the 215 Beltway, saw its speed limit drop by 20 mph a few months back.