Oakey Blvd Closed at I-15 on 8/22 & 8/25
Oakey Blvd will be closed at I-15 on the following dates:
- Wednesday, August 22 (7pm-6am)
- Saturday, August 25 (7pm-6am)
Additional information, including suggested detours, can be found in the exhibit below.
I-15 NB off-ramp to D St Closed through November
The I-15 NB off-ramp to D St closed Wednesday, July 11, and will remain closed until November. The D St on-ramp to I-15 SB is now open. Details, including detour information, can be found in the exhibit below. Questions? Please call 702-293-NEON (6366).
THE MAIN EVENT
Earlier this year, NDOT 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 until November of this year – shifted into high gear. For more on what to expect between July and November, 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).
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.
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 now through mid-July. Please see below for more information.
About the Project
Project NEON is the state of Nevada’s largest and most expensive public works project ever. The project limits are I-15 between Sahara Avenue and the Spaghetti Bowl, MLK Boulevard to the west, and Industrial Road to the east.
Did you know?
The 3.7-mile stretch of I-15 between Sahara Avenue and the Spaghetti Bowl is the busiest stretch of roadway in Nevada. It sees 300,000 vehicles per day and 25,000 lane changes per hour, resulting in 3 crashes per day. Traffic in the project area is expect to double by 2035.