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September 2, 2014

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Plan ahead for these road projects in the coming week in the Las Vegas Valley

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Here’s a look at some of the roadwork or road closings you might encounter in the coming week across the Las Vegas Valley:

CURRENT ROAD PROJECTS

Clark County

Flamingo Road between Maryland Parkway and Swenson Street: lane restrictions affecting east-west travel for the construction of improvements for the Tropicana Wash. End date: June.

North Las Vegas

Cheyenne Avenue eastbound lanes from Martin Luther King to Commerce Street: closed for water line repair work. The closure will last from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. today.

ONGOING ROAD PROJECTS

Interstate 15

F Street Connection Phase 3 — Interstate 15 between Washington Avenue and U.S. 95: I-15 on-ramp at D Street is closed; southbound lanes on I-15 have been moved to the northbound side and limited to two lanes in both directions. End date: summer.

Clark County

Sahara Avenue Bridge over Desert Rose Golf Course: closed as part of the Las Vegas Wash and Flamingo Wash improvements. End date: September.

Intersection of Bermuda Road and Serene Avenue: construction of new traffic signal system. Projected end date: Mid-June.

Las Vegas

Rancho Drive between Sahara Avenue and U.S. 95: intermittent lane closures while fiber optic cables, traffic signal upgrades and digital message signs are installed to improve traffic congestion. Work will be completed from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. in busy sections of the road and from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in residential sections. Projected end date: fall 2014.

Michael Way north of Vegas Drive: closed starting at 6:30 a.m. Monday for installation of a new water line, high-pressure gas line and roadway paving. Michael Way will remain open on the south side of the intersection. Detours will direct Michael Way through traffic to Jones Boulevard. Projected end date: 3 p.m. June 27.

Sahara Avenue between Interstate 15 off-ramp and Rancho Drive: A single lane will be closed on westbound Sahara between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. starting Monday as part of the traffic signal upgrade project. Projected end date: Monday.

Rancho Drive between Sahara Avenue and El Camino Avenue: A single lane will be closed on northbound Rancho between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. starting Monday as part of the traffic signal upgrade project. Projected end date: Monday.

F Street between Bonanza Road and D Street: closed for bridge construction. Projected end date: Aug. 1.

Lake Mead Boulevard between Jones and Decatur boulevards: street disruption, expect traffic delays. Projected end date: June 8.

Main Street between Stewart and Carson avenues: street disruption, expect traffic delays. Projected end date: June 8.

Vegas Drive between Rancho Drive and Jones Boulevard: street disruption, expect traffic delays. Projected end date: Aug. 30.

Intersection of Alta Drive and Desert Foothills Drive: closed for road construction. Projected end date: today.

Bridger Avenue between Casino Center Boulevard and Third Street: street disruption, expect traffic delays. Projected end date: Sunday.

Charleston Boulevard between Warbonnet Way and Buffalo Drive: street disruption, expect traffic delays. Projected end date: Sunday.

Grand Canyon Road south of Farm Road: street disruption, expect traffic delays. Projected end date: June 8.

Rye Street at Sahara Avenue: street disruption, expect traffic delays. Projected end date: today.

North Las Vegas

Craig Road: One lane, typically the center lane closest to the median, will be closed intermittently for median landscaping. Projected end date: June.

Henderson

Valle Verde Drive between High View and Marlboro drives: one lane will be closed over the next several weekends while the block wall on the west side of North Valle Verde Drive is painted. Projected end date: Mid-June.

Water Street from Boulder Highway to Lake Mead Boulevard: lane restriction. Projected end date: July.

Appaloosa Road from Equestrian Drive to Bridle Drive: lane restriction. Projected end date: July.

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