$1.5M in pedestrian safety upgrades complete on Boulder Highway

Campbell Road will have restrictions at Garehime Elementary School as crews complete crosswalk upgrades through July 6. Lanes of Wyoming Avenue will be disrupted for pedestrian and bicycle safety.

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This week $1.5 million in pedestrian-safety upgrades were completed along a 14-mile-stretch of Boulder Highway, the Nevada Department of Transportation announced Wednesday. Since 2006 almost 9 percent.

The Pedestrian and Bike Forum highlights recent pedestrian and bike safety activities related to the four E’s that will help save lives. The Nevada Department of Transportation said it finished a .5 million safety upgrade for. on Boulder Highway to improve pedestrian safety. Boulder Highway and do a complete makeover of the.

CLARK COUNTY, NV (KXNT) – It’s a stretch of highway in the valley that could really use more safety. Now it has it. The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) this week finished $1.5 million in pedestrian safety upgrades along a 14-mile-stretch of Boulder Highway (State Route 582) in Clark County.

The volume and speed of those vehicles traveling on South Fort Apache Road near Arby Avenue was evidence enough that road safety needs to. take four to six weeks to complete.” The study will factor.

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The construction project is expected to take about a year to complete. Any required highway closures will be coordinated with the rest of the construction work. Jim Reeder, land and visitor services.

The Nevada Department of Transportation has finished $1.5 million in. pedestrian safety upgrades along a 14-mile-stretch of Boulder Highway. The 6-month-long project improved 8 different trouble areas. project improvements include the following: Oakey Boulevard – Installed overhead rapid flashing beacons in both directions, with pedestrian crossing warning signs and lights, and added a.

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