All Vegas residents can agree that we cannot wait for Project Neon to be finished. Not just because its going to be much nicer and more efficient but because the traffic has gotten so bad because of it. It appears though that our Department of Transportation is on a mission to fix even more of Vegas' road ways as they have just announced the Downtown Access Project. The project plans to reconstruct the 1.5-mile elevated section of U.S. 95 between Martin Luther King Boulevard and Las Vegas Boulevard. While construction wont begin till 2021, this section of road way is in bad condition having been built in 1968. The Nevada Department of Transportation will be demolishing the bridge between 4th street and the Union Pacific railroad tracks as part of the Downtown Access Project as well as adding 3 lanes to the US 95 and a HOV exit.
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