Our goal is to keep you informed.
Clark County is dedicated to keeping the community informed about ongoing and upcoming projects in and around the Resort Corridor. Got questions?
During the next few years, significant infrastructure improvement projects are expected in the Resort Corridor, which includes the Las Vegas Strip from Sahara Avenue to Russell Road, and the surrounding area. The improvements will include repaving Las Vegas Boulevard and other nearby streets, replacing a main water line, new pedestrian bridges, sidewalk enhancements, and upgrades to traffic signals and street light poles.
The project on Las Vegas Boulevard between Spring Mountain Road and Sahara Avenue is expected to be completed by Summer 2021. More information about the project is available on our Overview page. You can also find information on our site regarding other projects underway or coming to the Resort Corridor.
You can sign-up to receive updates about the project via email, SMS, and social media. Sign-up for email or text alerts on our homepage.
Typically, the most significant traffic impacts will be scheduled for the late night and early morning hours. However, there will be times when lesser impacts will be in place around the clock. For more information about what the closures are today, if any, visit our Active Projects page.
There will be times when ongoing construction forces the closure or relocation of a bus stop. Residents and visitors who use the Regional Transportation Commission bus service along Las Vegas Boulevard should visit the RTC’s website for information about changes to bus routes and bus stop closures during construction.
Our goal is to keep the citizens of Clark County informed about the project
The Clark County Public Works Department is dedicated to keeping the community informed so that they may stay safe and plan an efficient commute during construction. Got questions?