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.
Despite the construction cones, signage and workers gone from the stretch of the 215 Beltway in Henderson, the widening project is not yet complete.
In Nevada, two dozen NDOT employees have been killed while on duty, with the most recent death occurring in 2015 on Interstate 80 near Battle Mountain.
When new residents move to the Silver State, they eventually need to apply for a driver’s license or identification card after they arrive in Nevada.
There have been reports of instances of drivers posing as Uber and Lyft drivers at McCarran International Airport’s rideshare pickup areas and offering people rides not clocked on the companies’ apps.
With more visitors coming to Las Vegas and locals beginning to hit the town with relaxed COVID-19 restrictions, a new problem has surfaced.
New cases of COVID-19 among TSA workers at McCarran airport have declined significantly in recent months after rising dramatically to close out 2020 and to start 2021.
A year after the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles shut down and reopened under reduced capacity, officials are finally getting the upper hand on the backlog that was created.