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Charleston Blvd Closed Overnight 5/31

Charleston Blvd will be closed from 7pm Thursday May 31 until 6am Friday June 1. During this time, the I-15 SB off-ramp to Charleston will also be closed. Additional details and alternate routes are below. Questions? Please call the Project Neon hotline: 702-293-NEON (6366).

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I-15 Lane Restrictions

Lane restrictions on I-15 are needed to allow crews to install additional Advanced Traffic Management (ATM) signs, as a part of Project Neon. The schedule of these restrictions, and two exhibits with additional details, are below. NORTHBOUND Late April – August: Inside lane closed, Flamingo to Sahara September – Early 2019: Inside lane closed, Russell to […]

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Ongoing Ramp Closures

MLK Blvd on-ramps to I-15 southbound and US 95 southbound are now temporarily closed. The MLK Blvd on-ramp to I-15 southbound will remain closed through early 2019, and the MLK Blvd on-ramp to US 95 southbound will remain closed through early 2019. See below for more details.   The D Street on-ramp to I-15 southbound is closed […]

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THE MAIN EVENT

NDOT recently unveiled Project Neon’s third and final major phase of work, known as “The Main Event”. Beginning the first weekend in March, I-15 traffic was rerouted and reduced by one lane, the US 95 SB to I-15 SB ramp was shifted to a one-lane detour, the MLK/Pinto on-ramp to I-15 SB opened, and construction on I-15 […]

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Zipper Merge

A Zipper Merge encourages motorists to use all available lanes until the merge point, and then alternate in a “zipper” fashion into the open lane.

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Charleston Blvd Closed Overnight 5/31

Charleston Blvd will be closed from 7pm Thursday May 31 until 6am Friday June 1. During this time, the I-15 SB off-ramp to Charleston will also be closed. Additional details and alternate routes are below. Questions? Please call the Project Neon hotline: 702-293-NEON (6366).

Charleston full closure 5-31

I-15 Lane Restrictions

Lane restrictions on I-15 are needed to allow crews to install additional Advanced Traffic Management (ATM) signs, as a part of Project Neon. The schedule of these restrictions, and two exhibits with additional details, are below.

NORTHBOUND

  • Late April – August: Inside lane closed, Flamingo to Sahara
  • September – Early 2019: Inside lane closed, Russell to Flamingo
  • Early 2019 – April 2019: Outside lane closed, Russell to Flamingo

SOUTHBOUND

  • Ongoing – Mid-May: Outside lane closed, Sahara to Spring Mountain
  • Mid-May – August: Inside lane closed, Sahara to Spring Mountain
  • September – Early 2019: Inside lane closed, Flamingo to Russell
  • January 2019 – April 2019: Outside lane closed, Flamingo to Russell

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Ongoing Ramp Closures

MLK Blvd on-ramps to I-15 southbound and US 95 southbound are now temporarily closed. The MLK Blvd on-ramp to I-15 southbound will remain closed through early 2019, and the MLK Blvd on-ramp to US 95 southbound will remain closed through early 2019. See below for more details.

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The D Street on-ramp to I-15 southbound is closed now through mid-July. Please see below for more information.

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THE MAIN EVENT

NDOT recently unveiled Project Neon’s third and final major phase of work, known as “The Main Event”. Beginning the first weekend in March, I-15 traffic was rerouted and reduced by one lane, the US 95 SB to I-15 SB ramp was shifted to a one-lane detour, the MLK/Pinto on-ramp to I-15 SB opened, and construction on I-15 – which will continue for the next ten months – will shift into high gear. For more on what to expect between March and July, please see the exhibits below. Video of northbound I-15. Video of southbound I-15.  Questions? Please contact our Public Information Office: 702-293-NEON (6366).

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As a part of The Main Event, The US 95 SB to I-15 SB Spaghetti Bowl ramp was shifted to a one-lane detour beginning March 4. For video of this detour, click here.

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Zipper Merge

A Zipper Merge encourages motorists to use all available lanes until the merge point, and then alternate in a “zipper” fashion into the open lane.

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