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July 29, 2014

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New traffic signal coming to downtown Las Vegas

New traffic signals

Bonneville Avenue in downtown Las Vegas will get another traffic signal Monday morning.

The new signal, at Third Street, is the final signal to be turned on after the street was converted to an eastbound one-way street.

Clark Avenue was also changed to a one-way street, going westbound.

The $4.3 million project to change the streets includes removing and replacing the roadway on both streets, installing new curbs and gutters, landscaping, upgrading traffic signals and new road striping, city officials said.

The new road configuration is in the same area as the Regional Justice Center, the new Bonneville Transit Center and the new City Hall, which is under construction.

Two other signals on Bonneville, at the new transit center near Casino Center Drive and at First Street, were turned on last week.

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