FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Work Will Be At Numerous Locations Surrounding Centennial Bowl Interchange
Beginning Sept. 11, the city of Las Vegas will commence the Northwest Area Fiber-Optic Communications & ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) Improvements Phase 1 project in major streets surrounding the Centennial Bowl interchange (where U.S. 95 meets Clark County 215/Bruce Woodbury Beltway). The work, contracted to Las Vegas Electric, Inc., includes installing fiber-optic communications infrastructure for monitoring and management of traffic conditions.
While some locations will only require a couple of days or a week of lane restrictions, other locations will require months of work. Residents should expect intermittent lane restrictions on the roadways highlighted in the map. The work is expected to be completed in the spring of 2024. The schedules below are approximate and subject to change.
Night work in Centennial Center Boulevard from Durango Drive to Grande Montecito Parkway will continue Sept. 11–29; lane restrictions will remain in place for the entire period.
Other locations will have lane restrictions during work hours of 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, including:
- Centennial Parkway from Durango Drive to Azure Drive – September 2023-February 2024;
- Azure Drive from Centennial Center Boulevard to Tenaya Way – October 2023-February 2024;
- Sky Pointe Drive/Centennial Parkway from Cimarron Road to Tenaya Way – November 2023-March 2024;
- Buffalo Drive from Sky Pointe Drive to Elkhorn Road – December 2023-March 2024. Lane restrictions will remain 24 hours/day from Elkhorn to Wittig Avenue.
Recommended alternate routes include Clark County 215/Bruce Woodbury Beltway, Deer Springs Way, Rome Boulevard, or Tropical Parkway for east/west travel and Cimarron or Tenaya for north/south travel.
The estimated $3,592,793 construction cost of the project is provided by the Regional Transportation Commission. For construction concerns, call 702-362-6060.
MEDIA CONTACT: MARGARET KURTZ | 702.229.6693 | 702.249.1828 | [email protected]
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