LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Clark County is shortening the bollards (metal posts) on the Las Vegas Strip.
A spokesperson says they received complaints from drivers saying the posts are too tall and they couldn't see when turning.
The county has been shortening them for the last 2 weeks. Work will continue for the next month.
The bollards were installed to protect pedestrians after a car hit and injured people on the sidewalk back in 2012.
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