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Lane closures and lane shifts on Las Vegas Boulevard from Spring Mountain to Sahara

Lane closures and lane shifts on Las Vegas Boulevard from Spring Mountain to Sahara

Clark County is Upgrading the World-Famous Las Vegas Strip and Resort Corridor

Learn more about projects affecting Clark County’s Resort Corridor, which includes Las Vegas Boulevard between 215 Beltway and Sahara Avenue and surrounding areas.

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Clark County is working hard to make sure the projects' impact on the community is minimal.

The Las Vegas Strip sees more than 40 million visitors each year. Our goal is to keep the community of Clark County informed, safe, and satisfied. Here’s how we’ll do it:

  • Work hours will generally be limited to late night/early mornings
  • One or more lanes will remain open in each direction during construction hours
  • During non-working hours, two or more lanes will remain open
  • Business access will remain open at all times

See What’s Going on in The Resort Corridor

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Maps

View our Interactive Map to see how your commute may be affected.

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Photos

Click here to check out some photos from the construction areas we’ve worked on so far.

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Videos

Check out our gallery of videos to see what’s going on with the projects.

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We'll keep you informed about traffic updates and lane restrictions surrounding The Resort Corridor Projects. * Standard text message rates may apply