Motorists in the East Las Vegas Valley should brace for major traffic disruptions as the continued upgrade of Nellis Boulevard moves forward.
As Las Vegas saw early on with the return of leisure travelers following pent up demand after many not traveling for several months, the business side is starting to mimic that behavior in Southern Nevada, Harvey noted.
The final phase of a yearslong, multiple phase widening of the Interstate 15 north corridor is set to get underway this year.
If last month’s incident of the U.S. Highway 95 at Eastern Avenue bridge collapsing during planned demolition had you worried about the safety of road structures in the Silver State, this should help calm those nerves.
The number of electric vehicles registered with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles has increased 133 percent in the last two years, going from 7,381 in 2019 to 17,162.
State transportation officials are accepting comments on the Downtown Access Project, which is set to be the most expensive public works project in Nevada’s history.
Wes Edens, co-CEO of Fortress Investment Group, which owns the high-speed passenger rail line Brightline, said he expects to break ground on the project by the end of the year.
COVID-19 cases among Transportation Safety Administration workers at Harry Reid International Airport have sharply increased in the past month.
Clark County made a significant hire last week as officials look to combat a spike in deaths on Southern Nevada roads.
With many Nevada residents still having issues with setting an appointment to conduct business with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles in Las Vegas, some were taking advantage of the situation and are selling time slots already pre-booked.
With revelers set to return to the Las Vegas Strip and downtown to ring in the New Year, locals and visitors alike can expect an influx of traffic and road closures as the area ushers in 2022.
Before friends and family can gather and be merry they’ll have to deal with the Scrooge of the season: travel.
With the pandemic emphasizing how much Nevadans relied on in-person Department of Motor Vehicles visits, the agency is looking to the future with a major online shift.
A new road project aims to provide a new access point to the growing portion of the Las Vegas Valley and eventually to Interstate 15.
A busy stretch of Charleston Boulevard is set to see a reduced speed limit as Las Vegas officials look at the future of the area.