Another event and another round of traffic related lessons were learned by those tied to operations at Allegiant Stadium.
The Nevada Department of Transportation will wrap up its virtual public meeting on the proposed $261 million project Thursday.
With the Las Vegas Monorail never used as much as anticipated over the years, there’s hope by tourism officials that the Boring Company’s Vegas Loop could be a game-changer on the transportation front along the Resort Corridor into the downtown area.
Tick Segerblom spearheaded the move to get a vote on the renaming of Las Vegas’ airport, which received a unanimous yes vote by the county commission earlier this year.
The next time you apply for a new Nevada driver’s license, the card will look different than it has for at least the past seven years.
If you plan to travel by air this summer, pack your patience, as inclement weather could continue wreaking havoc on flights.
As we approach the July 4th weekend, those looking to celebrate are reminded to do so responsibly.
The Nevada DMV produces an average of 96,000 plates per month.
The use of artificial intelligence to strategically position law enforcement vehicles on Las Vegas’ busiest highways appears to have had some initial success in reducing dangerous driving.
Review-Journal reader Alan Altman recently inquired about why Terminal 3 at McCarran International Airport remains closed to flight traffic.
With the Raiders ready to welcome fans into their new home, team officials and the Boring Co. are in talks to link Allegiant Stadium to the resort corridor via the Vegas Loop.
Kaptyn Inc., a group that made waves in 2019 when it was approved to acquire a large group of Las Vegas taxicab companies, has since pivoted to focus outside the cab realm.
Next week’s Memorial Day weekend is expected to be a busy one in Las Vegas as tourists are expected to come to Southern Nevada in droves.
Combined traffic volume on three points of Interstate 15 (at Primm, Sahara Avenue and Mesquite) saw 370,637 total daily average vehicles in April, 3 percent above April 2019 levels that saw 360,345 total vehicles at the three points.
Industry executives and state and local officals looking to get high-speed rail on track in the U.S. made their case to Congress last week.