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The Big Squeeze

Starting Monday night, March 20, US 95 will be reduced to two lanes in each direction between Rancho Drive and the Spaghetti Bowl.

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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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What’s Open in the Spaghetti Bowl?

The ramp from I-15 North to US 95 North opened on February 22. The I-15 North to MLK Blvd off-ramp and US 95 North to MLK off-ramp opened on March 14. The ramp from I-15 South to US 95 North and the I-15 South to MLK Blvd off-ramp will open in early May.

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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.

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What is Project Neon?

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.

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The Big Squeeze

Starting Monday night, March 20, US 95 will be reduced to two lanes in each direction between Rancho Drive and the Spaghetti Bowl.

Big Squeeze Flyer_170313

Big Squeeze Phasing Flyer_170303

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.

Zipper Merge Flyer_170313

What’s Open in the Spaghetti Bowl?

The ramp from I-15 North to US 95 North opened on February 22. The I-15 North to MLK Blvd off-ramp and US 95 North to MLK off-ramp opened on March 14. The ramp from I-15 South to US 95 North and the I-15 South to MLK Blvd off-ramp will open in early May.

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.