LAS VEGAS ( KLAS ) – An east valley intersection gets its own mini Project Neon – with a much shorter timeline!
It’s Charleston and Lamb – about halfway between Charleston at the 95/515 and Nellis.
Drivers there are already seeing what the City of Las Vegas says will be a 6 month repaving project that will include a lot of other stuff, like:
Sidewalk improvement, traffic signal and street lighting work, as well as storm drain and landscaping improvements.
The project announcement says work during the weekdays will be from 7 in the morning until 3:30 in the afternoon with no lane restrictions on Charleston. If any lanes on Charleston do get taken away, the city says that’ll happen in the overnight hours starting Sunday nights at 9 and running until 5:30 each following weekday morning, ending on Friday mornings – and leaving weekends alone.
The city says the project is part of the city’s ongoing traffic capacity and safety improvement plan. Total price tag: $6.5million
Buckle up, drive carefully and use your turn signal, which is even easier when you PUT DOWN THAT PHONE!
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