Changes to the Las Vegas Strip discussed following pedestrian study
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A study of pedestrian traffic on the Las Vegas Strip last month is leading to possible changes.
The study showed 17 locations on the Strip exceeded capacity when it came to foot traffic. The worst congestion was seen on weekends between 3 p.m. and midnight.
Clark County Commissioners discussed possible changes to the Strip to improve pedestrian safety at Tuesday's meeting.
Those changes could include better lighting on bridges and stairwells, better maintenance of escalators, the removal of obstructions on pedestrian walkways, and the widening of some sidewalks.