There were 12 fatal crashes resulting in as many deaths on Nevada roads in March, down 48 percent compared to March 2019’s 23 deaths.
Mick joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal as transportation reporter in November 2018. He previously worked at the Las Vegas Sun covering a variety of beats including transportation, business, gaming, and city and county government. Prior to that, he worked at the Pahrump Valley Times, where he was named the Nevada Press Association’s Outstanding Journalist in the intermediate category for his coverage of the Lamar Odom brothel overdose situation, rural healthcare and more. Mick was born in Texas but grew up in Las Vegas, attending UNLV’s Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies where he was a member of the Kappa Tau Alpha National Journalism Society.
There was a 33 percent decrease in small particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide from February to March in Clark County.
Signs normally meant to relay traffic-related information have been switched over to urge Nevadans to be safe during the statewide shutdown caused by the pandemic.
Davy’s at ReBar in downtown Las Vegas will kick off its Boardwalk Liquors drive-up booze sales Thursday in front of the bar in the Arts District.
Only riders in wheelchairs or who need assistance in boarding will enter the bus through the front door. Bus drivers already have safety enclosures around their seats.
Las Vegas residents seeking to restock their liquor cabinets during the statewide COVID-19 shutdown need not venture much farther than their front doors.
The employee of Keolis, one of two contractors that provide drivers for RTC buses, tested positive for coronavirus on March 28.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will ask the federal government for financial assistance after seeing a significant drop in revenue.
The high spot in the area was on Interstate 15 near the Nevada-California line, where traffic fell 73 percent in the fourth week of March, compared with the same week in March 2019.
With most states issuing statewide stay-at-home mandates, it’s no surprise McCarran International Airport is seeing a major decrease in passenger volume.
The COVID-19 pandemic apparently played a role as it interfered with the ability of Aldape’s Marketplace to get inventory, according to County Commissioner Michael Naft.
A popular area to watch airplanes land and depart near the border of McCarran International Airport is set to close temporarily as COVID-19 concerns continue.
Southwest Airlines has reduced its flight schedule by nearly 40 percent from its peak levels, McCarran International Airport’s largest carrier announced Tuesday.