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Las Vegas Sun: Toll-road plan dies before it’s even revved

A bill to allow the state’s first toll project died quietly Thursday, after the chairman of the Assembly Transportation Committee questioned how forthright Transportation Department officials had been in explaining the plan to lawmakers. Read more

 
Las Vegas Sun: Bill to toughen state’s seat belt law defeated

By a voice vote, the Assembly Committee on Transportation has defeated a bill to toughen Nevada’s auto seat belt law. Read more

 
Las Vegas Sun: Toll road outrage

The Legislature on Thursday wisely dismissed a toll road plan the Gibbons administration had been shamelessly pushing. The Transportation Department had been trying to sell lawmakers snake oil, disingenuously saying the plan would provide extra traffic lanes and lessen congestion — all at no cost to the taxpayer. Read more

 
Las Vegas Sun: Bad driving proven, NLV camera-ready

Setting its sights on bad drivers, North Las Vegas has installed sensors to track how many vehicles blow red lights at two of the busiest intersections in the city: Martin Luther King Boulevard and Cheyenne Avenue, and Camino Al Norte and Craig Road. Read more

 
Las Vegas Sun: Stimulus will net state $200 million for transportation

Nevada will get $200 million for state transportation projects from the federal economic stimulus signed by President Barack Obama on Tuesday. Read more

 
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