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Entrepreneurs and economists have often urged Nevada to broaden its largely tourism-dependent economic horizons. Now, the state is working with a national tech incubator company to do just that.
There’s been a long push in Southern Nevada to diversify the regional economy, so much of which is tied to the hospitality industry, which suffers during economic crises like The Great Recession or
Longtime Las Vegas attorney Joe Brown had to suspend his monthly ne
Tina Quigley has been the CEO of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
It’s summer in Nevada. Temperatures rise, sure. But kids are out of school. People are driving with the tops down. Water parks are bursting with people.
It can be fun.
It is a project that seems to have been under consideration for years but now the head of the Regional Transportation Commission says the final public comment period for mass transit along Maryland
Could a multimillion dollar budget shortfall be blamed on increased use of Uber and Lyft instead of RTC buses?
The plan for Las Vegas' transit has been in the works for years, but is it actually closer to fruition?
RTC general manager Tina Quigley joins us to talk about buses, autonomous vehicles and more.
RTC general manager Tina Quigley tells us what the agency has planned for 2018.
Less than a month ago, a tourist was shot and killed on a public bus on the Strip.
If the cuts called for in President Donald Trump’s budget released last week, the plan to bring a light rail line down Maryland Parkway could be in jeopardy, according to the head of the Regional T
Transportation and business overseers in southern Nevada believe we are on the cusp of a technological spurt that will lead the country.
Clark County is growing again.
After the recession, population fell slightly. But the county's population stands at more than 2 million and that growth is expected to continue.
No matter how many lanes they add to highways in Las Vegas, commuters almost always find themselves in traffic tie-ups going to and from work.