The $12 billion Brightline West high-speed rail system is on track to break ground later this year, according to a company spokesman.
Road work associated with paving efforts for the Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix is underway on the Strip as work continues to determine what, if any, public money is used on the project.
High occupancy vehicle lanes in the Las Vegas Valley may soon become a thing of the past.
Originally presented as a 29-mile, tunnel network with 51 planned stations, the network is now planned to has add several more miles of tunnels with 69 planned stations.
With millions of needed road upgrades set to begin ahead in preparation for the Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix, questions still swirl around how much public money will go toward those efforts.
The $46.8 million U.S. 95 corridor improvement project kicked off Sunday on a stretch of the highway between Wyoming Avenue in downtown Las Vegas to Sunset Road in Henderson.
Some drivers are finding it difficult to navigate the recently opened diverging diamond interchange on Tropicana Avenue over Interstate 15.
The interchange to Summerlin Parkway is set for a major overhaul as Summerlin continues to grow and officials look to make the 215 Beltway in the northwest a full freeway in all areas.
Starting Feb. 27, landscaping work along Summerlin Parkway between Buffalo Drive and the 215 Beltway will occur in the shoulders and median.
Dean Martin Drive is set for a $5.6 million improvement project ahead of the Super Bowl next year.
With Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas just one year away, the clock is ticking to have The Boring Co.’s Vegas Loop as a transportation option for the Big Game.
Although the Silver State isn’t home to the most expensive gas, prices for Nevadans hit their pocketbooks harder than any other state, according to a list compiled by insurance firm HiRoad.
Most larger projects are funded by a mix of state, local and federal dollars. The more federal money awarded the better.