LAS VEGAS ( KLAS ) – The Nevada Dept of Transportation wasn’t messing around with a virtual kick-off when they went . . “Centennial Bowling!”
The virtual kickoff of the project’s final phase was like a “We Are The World” for traffic nerd
Here are the local and state leaders who chimed in via pre-recorded videos:
Sen. Catherine Cortez-Masto: “It’s exciting to see that the Centennial Bowl is taking shape. And there are more improvements yet to come in this next phase.”
Congressman Steven Horsford: “This critical interchange is vital for goods movement throughout southern Nevada.”
Las Vegas City Councilwoman Michele Fiore: “And for attracting new businesses and visitors at a crucial time for the Las Vegas economy.”
Gov. Steve Sisolak: “Acting as an essential conduit for supply chain delivery and attracting new businesses and tourists.”
Congresswoman Dina Titus: “The critical interchange will ease the movement of goods and people in, out and around the Las Vegas valley.”
Sen. Jacky Rosen: “There’s a lot of work to be done before this last phase of the centennial bowl is completed in 2024.”
Retired Commissioner Larry Brown: “I want to personally thank NDOT – the entire NDOT team – for all their hard work.”
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman: “Because we all have a common goal in mind: to provide the best quality of life for those in our community.”
Impressive. The only thing I can think of to say after all that is:
Buckle up, drive carefully and – please – PUT DOWN THAT PHONE!
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