Bonanza Rd. at I-15 will be reduced to one lane until December 23rd.
D St. will be closed at Bonanza Rd. on December 20th from 6:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.for a Toy Drive at the Las Vegas Mission.
The Washington Blvd. on-ramp will be closed for two months starting November 30, 2008.
The Cheyenne southbound off-ramp will be closed for two months starting January 4th, 2009.
An Overhead Vehicle Warning System has been installed at D Street and I-15. Vehicles over the height of 14 feet 8 inches will not be able to pass under I-15 through March 2009.
F Street is closed permanently under I-15. The closure began on Sunday, September 7th. Traffic will be re-routed onto a connector road from F Street to D Street on the east side of the freeway. The closure will result in a cul-de-sac on the west side of the freeway.
Construction will begin on West Wilson Ave. on October 6th. West Wilson Ave. will be closed at D Street. This closure will be long term as the West Wilson Roadway is reconstructed.
Motorists are advised to avoid using Martin Luther King Blvd. as an alternate route for north/south travel. MLK is experiencing considerable traffic congestion and heavy delays can be expected. Consider Rancho or Lamb for alternate routes.
I-15 traffic is limited to two lanes in each direction from U.S. 95 to the Lake Mead Interchange. Lane restrictions will continue through August 2009. Motorists are strongly encouraged to plan an alternate route to avoid and help alleviate severe traffic tie-ups. Detailed Closure Information
I-15 is down to two lanes both northbound and southbound between Cheyenne and Craig. Please expect travel delays, especially during 6-9 a.m. and 3-6 p.m.
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Interstate 15 is reduced to two lanes in both directions between U.S. 95 (Spaghetti Bowl) and the Lake Mead Interchange. Lane restrictions will continue through August 2009.