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The dangerous Boulder Highway corridor is still years off from being fully upgraded to improve safety.
Tuesday will mark the beginning of “Dropicana” — the start of the demolition of the Tropicana Avenue bridge tied to the $305 million Interstate 15-Tropicana Interchange project.
Those who travel between Las Vegas and Utah should brace for another bridge project set to snarl traffic on Interstate 15.
With how dangerous roads are in the Las Vegas Valley the majority of motorists in the area should include driving resolutions, to increase safety on Clark County roadways.
As we head into 2023, there are no shortage of road projects on the horizon in the Las Vegas Valley.
If you’ve seen a car driving around with a classic vehicle plate and thought, “That’s not a classic,” you could be right.
With driver impairment the leading cause of fatal crashes in Clark County, officials are looking at ways to curb tragedies. Businesses could potentially face ramifications.
While there was some improvement in traffic backups last weekend, it wasn’t the “immediate relief” motorists expected when promised last year by the states’ top officials.
Multiple Southern Nevada locations are set to see wrong-way driver detection systems installed after they proved successful across the state.
As the $305 million revamp of the Interstate 15-Tropicana interchange rolls along, motorists who routinely travel through the area need to stay up to date on the latest happenings.
Clark County continues to see a surge in traffic fatalities while the state is trending slightly lower than last year.
As of June 30, there were 390,007 specialty plates actively registered in the state, according to Nevada Department of Motor Vehicle data.
Each year Nevada motorists apply for personalized license plates through the Nevada Department of Motorvehicles, but not everyone’s idea makes it to the road.
The first change to the 24/7 operation hours of Las Vegas Valley high occupancy lanes since Project Neon was completed kicked in Monday.