The following is a roundup of traffic alerts from around the Las Vegas valley.
S.R. 160 blasting resumes Tuesday, July 2, at 11:45 am through Mountain Springs in Clark County. Motorists can expect up to a 2-hour travel delays. @pvtimes @TownofPahrump @visitpahrump @nyecounty @KPVMTV @RTCSNV @ClarkCountyNV @NHPSouthernComm @News3LV @FOX5Vegas @8NewsNow @KTNV pic.twitter.com/y1LQ9c9Euf— Nevada DOT (@nevadadot) June 28, 2019
Two new traffic signals will begin operation this week at the following intersections:— RTC Southern Nevada (@RTCSNV) June 30, 2019
* July 1 – Crestdale Lane and Hualapai Way
* July 2, after 10 pm – Rancho Drive just north of Sahara Avenue
Details on the @CityOfLasVegas website: https://t.co/W5Jx5vEAbp #SeeingOrangeNV pic.twitter.com/ywlhT2hU3V
Sloan Ln. will be closed from Howdy Wells Ave. to just south of Washburn Rd. beginning July 1 and continuing through July 22. Signs will be in place to detour drivers to alternate routes. #SeeingOrangeNV pic.twitter.com/iMedwmg1eG— RTC Southern Nevada (@RTCSNV) June 29, 2019
Cottage Grove Ave. near @unlv remains closed through July 14 because of underground utility conflicts. Completion of the re-alignment is now expected in early fall. Details on the project can be found on the @ClarkCountyNV website at https://t.co/57Ht58wMNt. #SeeingOrangeNV #UNLV pic.twitter.com/EYi0QbmIAK— RTC Southern Nevada (@RTCSNV) June 28, 2019
Motorists can expect lane restrictions for the next five weeks as roadway improvements take place on Tenaya Way between Cathedral Rock Dr. and Cheyenne Ave. Details can be found on the @CityOfLasVegas website at https://t.co/nSDSUFq9Vc. #SeeingOrangeNV pic.twitter.com/YnMMRRgqaS— RTC Southern Nevada (@RTCSNV) June 25, 2019
TRAFFIC UPDATE: Thousands more bollards being installed on Las Vegas Blvd. Expect lane shifts and closures between Sahara and the Welcome to Las Vegas sign. pic.twitter.com/ZECQPxIMkt— Marissa Kynaston (@marissaktnv) May 28, 2019
Reconstruction of Eastern Ave. between Flamingo Rd. & Desert Inn Rd. begins 4/28 and continues for 6 months. Lane restrictions will be in place during day time and overnight work hours. For details, visit the @ClarkCountyNV website at https://t.co/o0y8leCv8L. #SeeingOrangeNV pic.twitter.com/XngN94CCf0— RTC Southern Nevada (@RTCSNV) April 26, 2019
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