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It took three years, nearly a billion dollars, and made use of 4,500 construction barrels, but Project Neon is done.
Love it or hate it, Project Neon is done this month.
Expect more lane closures on I-15 through downtown Las Vegas this week as repaving and striping work continues.
Parts of U.S. Highway 95 will close to traffic this week.
The Nevada Department of Transportation says U.S. 95 northbound between Las Vegas and Martin Luther King Boulevards will close overnight Wednesday.
The massive, billion-dollar freeway development known as Project Neon is finally near
The Nevada Department of Transportation will close Interstate-15 southbound, between Sahara Avenue and Spring Mountain Road from 10 p.m. Wednesday until 4 a.m. Thursday.
Several southbound on-ramps in the area, including at Sahara Avenue and Charleston Boulevard will also be closed.
An end is in sight for the reconstruction project along Interstate 15 known as Project Neon.
The Nevada Department of Transportation announced that lane closures along Interstate 15 between Sahara Avenue and the Spaghetti Bowl will be lifted Wednesday and Thursday.
Work on U.S. Highway 95 and exit ramps near the Spaghetti Bowl downtown as part of Project Neon will mean weekend road closures and detours.
The Nevada Department of Transportation said north and southbound 95 at Interstate 15 will be closed from 10 p.m. Friday until 5 a.m. Monday.
The Nevada Department of Transportation has several overnight closures scheduled for U.S. 95 at I-15 beginning Wednesday.
The massive infrastructure project is set to be finished under budget.
Drivers will need to find alternative routes on Charleston near downtown starting tonight.
Charleston Boulevard will be closed to traffic between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. today and Wednesday on both directions at Interstate 15.
A progress report released Wednesday by the Nevada Department of Transportation says Project Neon is now almost 70 percent complete.
But the massive construction project on the state’s busiest freeway interchange isn’t expected to wrap up until July 2019.
Transportation officials have negotiated with organizers of the Electric Daisy Carnival to roll back some of the freeway restrictions anticipated this weekend in Las Vegas.
A Spaghetti Bowl ramp linking northbound U.S. 95 to northbound Interstate 15 will close around 10 p.m. Tuesday so crews can install a digital sign.
The ramp is scheduled to re-open by 5 a.m.
More road closures related to Project Neon are planned for this weekend beginning Friday night as crews continue to reconfigure the Spaghetti Bowl interchange in downtown Las Vegas.
One Spaghetti Bowl freeway ramp is set to reopen tomorrow and several other short-term closures are planned for this weekend as work continues on Project Neon.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — State transportation officials are warning motorists of months-long detours beginning this week at the state's busiest freeway interchange near downtown Las Vegas.
Work on Project Neon will enter its final phase this weekend.
The third and final phase of the main Project Neon project includes a widening of Interstate 15 from the U.S. 95 interchange to Sahara Avenue.
Drivers in downtown Las Vegas will have something to be thankful for next week, as the latest construction holdup is ending sooner than expected.
A portion of southbound Interstate 15 north of downtown Las Vegas will close Wednesday night for the road project known as Project Neon.
Work will continue on the Project Neon freeway overhaul this weekend, prompting road closures near the Spaghetti Bowl.
The ramp linking northbound U.S. Highway 95 to northbound Interstate 15 will close from 11 p.m. Friday night to 5 a.m. Monday.
As crews continue work on the Project Neon freeway improvements, the Nevada Department of Transportation announced more road closures this weekend.
The ramp linking northbound U.S. Highway 95 to northbound Interstate 15 will close from midnight Friday to 5 a.m. Monday.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — State transportation officials say an overnight closure of a stretch of freeway in downtown Las Vegas will let crews install traffic management signs as part of the nearly $1 billion Project Neon roadway improvement plan.
The Big Squeeze construction project on U.S. Highway 95 is about to make a shift in lane closures.
About a third of Project Neon is finished now, and the next phase of construction starts Tuesday.
The southbound Interstate 15 to northbound U.S. 95 ramp will reopen at 6 a.m. Tuesday .
U.S. 95 will be narrowed during this stage between Rancho Drive and the Spaghetti Bowl.