Where to turn when the lights are against you. Traffic lights, that is.
his is one of the number one complaints we get here at Driving You Crazy. It’s hard to play middle man when there are so many intersections and signals that may need adjusting, so here’s how you can go straight to the source. Most of the thousands of traffic signals throughout the valley are controlled by the Regional Transportation Commission. Their phone number and email address:
702-928-CONE (2663). And the email: email@example.com
But before you reach out to the R-T-C, let me tell you what they’ll want to know, and it’s not just the cross streets. They’ll want to know specific times of day that you’re experiencing the problem. If you can: pin it down to an hour – like 5am, or noon, or 3pm – or whatever. Also: name the direction of travel affected. for instance: it may be a short turning signal at D-I and Eastern, but which one? Spell it out: like: left turn signal to go westbound on Desert Inn from northbound Eastern.
Buckle up, drive carefully – – and put down that phone!
If there’s something driving YOU crazy, send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Snail-mail works, too: 3228 Channel 8 Drive in Las Vegas, 89109