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Clark County residents lacking bus service may get on-demand microtransit

Some 185,000 residents of Henderson and southwest Las Vegas who currently lack nearby transit service would have access to new options, including on-demand microtransit...
needs urban sprawl

To Mars, from Las Vegas, with best wishes

If all goes right, Thursday the Perseverance Rover will be safely on Martian ground, where it can begin searching for signs of ancient life,...
Bye bye Pat

Clark County moves ahead with plan to rename LAS airport after Harry Reid

Attention, LAS passengers. The airport’s name is now boarding and will soon be departing forever. The Clark County Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a recommendation...
wear your seat belt

Wear your seat belt

Nevada’s traffic safety laws are lagging behind the rest of the country, according to a new report from a national traffic safety advocacy group. It’s...
Le Strip, hmmm.

Tunnels, scooters, evictions, and room taxes pepper commission meeting

The time-honored practice of attracting visitors to Las Vegas via free and discounted rooms may be threatened, just when the hospitality industry could use...
choo choo

Should the Victorville train be derailed? Let the market decide.

In July, Nevada officials unanimously, and gushingly, approved $200 million in private activity bonds to fund an investment company’s train to Victorville. California had...

I-11 through Lake Mead Rec Area? No please, say residents, conservationists.

Environmental groups and City of Henderson residents are fighting a proposal to build a freeway through the Lake Mead National Recreation Area and eastern...
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COVID-19 wrecks funding for Nevada transit & roads

Nevada’s roadways and transportation systems face long-term budget challenges as the pandemic's impact on revenue exacerbates long-standing problems, officials said during a Legislative Committee...
choo choo

High speed train’s long and winding road to Victorville nearing reality

Nevada’s Board of Finance, led by Gov. Steve Sisolak, today unanimously voted to allocate $200 million in tax-exempt private activity bonds to a high-speed...
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Traffic records report rise in sidewalk pedestrian fatalities

On June 23, a man driving a 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis pulled into a parking lot and after failing to park in a marked...

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