LAS VEGAS, Nev. (702 Times, NV Globe) – Is there a junction where you feel dangerous or where there is a lot of traffic in the Las Vegas valley? Here’s how you ask for a more thorough investigation of the crossing and perhaps the installation of a traffic signal.
The City of Las Vegas claims that the choice to put up a traffic signal is based on a traffic engineering study and must adhere to federal regulations.
The city’s transportation staff must assess traffic volumes, speeds, and crash data before installing a speed bump or other traffic calming measures. The city will offer suggestions for the next move following the investigation.
Call (702) 229-6331 to request a study in your community.
At the junction of Las Vegas Boulevard and Agate Avenue close to the South Point Casino, a new traffic light was turned on on Wednesday.
According to Clark County, there have been over 20 collisions at that crossroads only in the previous two years, and it has a long history of being dangerous.
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