$1.5M in pedestrian safety upgrades complete on Boulder Highway

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Improving safety along Dixie Highway is the No. 1 priority of The New Dixie Highway project. Between the years 2010-14, the New Dixie project area was the scene for 34 traffic-related fatalities. This rate of fatal crashes is more than three times the rate of similar roadways in Kentucky.

State Highway 7 reconstruction project complete november 18, 2013 – Northeastern Colorado/CDOT Region 4 – project reconstructed highway, added pedestrian and bicyclist features. BOULDER COUNTY – The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has completed a reconstruction project on State Highway (SH) 7, also known as Arapahoe Road.

Boulder Highway set for major improvements on pedestrian safety Video LAS VEGAS – Pedestrian deaths along Boulder Highway this year have already passed 2016’s total.

A downed power line on Boulder Highway near Wagonwheel Drive in Henderson has closed the road until noon Monday, April 15, 2019.. $1.5M in pedestrian safety upgrades complete on Boulder Highway.

NHP, CHP targeting I-15 corridor on Memorial Day weekend – The Nevada Highway Patrol will join with the California Highway Patrol and other agencies Friday to target the highly traveled interstate 15 corridor between Primm and Las Vegas. An estimated average.

(Las Vegas Review-Journal/File) $1.5M in pedestrian safety upgrades complete on Boulder Highway traffic ticket reform bill dies in Carson City RTC launches Trip to Strip ride-hailing service in Las Vegas It’s that time of year again. Las Vegans can expect heavy traffic this weekend as travelers [.]

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – The Boulder Highway pedestrian safety project is underway, according to the Nevada Department of Transportation. Thursday, the department announced the $1.5 million project.

This week $1.5 million in pedestrian-safety upgrades were completed along a 14-mile-stretch of Boulder Highway, the Nevada Department of Transportation announced Wednesday.

The council’s fatality estimates differ slightly from those of the national highway traffic safety administration. The government counts only deaths that occur on public roads, while the council.