As the regional traffic management agency for Southern Nevada, the RTC monitors and manages traffic impacts from roadway and development construction, special events, and emergency disruptions. The RTC is gathering resources and information to better inform travelers of anticipated impacts.

  • Fort Apache Rd/Blue Diamond Rd to Huntington Cove Pkwy
    Categories: Roadway Project

    Fort Apache Rd/Blue Diamond Rd to Huntington Cove Pkwy

    Construction on the Fort Apache Road project began in March of 2024. This project will widen Fort Apache to 2 lanes in each direction with buffered bike lanes and medians.

  • Horizon Ridge Improvement Project
    Categories: Roadway Project

    Horizon Ridge Improvement Project

    The City of Henderson is making improvements to Horizon Ridge Parkway that will create a safer traffic experience to schools, parks, and homes.

  • Maryland Parkway | BRT (Bus Rapid Transit)
    Categories: Roadway Project

    Maryland Parkway | BRT (Bus Rapid Transit)

    The Maryland Parkway Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project is about to start construction, and we want to be sure you’ve got the information you need.

  • Brightline
    Categories: Roadway Project

    Brightline

    Brightline West announces updates to field investigation work in Southern California and Nevada within the proposed rail corridor within I-15 right-of-way.

  • Clark County Resort Corridor
    Categories: Roadway Project

    Clark County Resort Corridor

    Get maps and information about projects impacting the Resort Corridor.

  • NDOT I-515 / Charleston
    Categories: Roadway Project

    NDOT I-515 / Charleston

    The goal of the I-515/Charleston Interchange project is to add capacity and improve traffic operations and safety on both Charleston Boulevard and I-515.

  • NDOT I-15 / Tropicana
    Categories: Roadway Project

    NDOT I-15 / Tropicana

    The widening of the Tropicana interchange will add capacity, improve accessibility to the Strip and allow for the future widening of 1-15 as the population continues to grow.