LAS VEGAS ( KLAS ) – As if there wasn’t enough road work almost everywhere you go, fasten your seatbelts for more.

The Nevada Dept of Transportation says that for the next 4 months, four miles of Sahara are going to be improved.

It’s the stretch between Rainbow and Rancho in the central valley.

NDOT says that starting Monday crews will be

* working on medians

* improving traffic signals

* beefing up pedestrian safety, especially near palace station.

They’re also going to redo the right turn lane from westbound Sahara to go north on Rainbow.

The good news? NDOT says *most* of the work will be at night and overnight – but be prepared to see more of your favorites: cones off and on throughout the area.

To check out specifics of the project, check out the online version of this story on our website, when you click “traffic” then “driving you crazy.”

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