Date Published: 2014-01-30
Contact: Damon Hodge
Phone: (702) 385-6509
Title: Nighttime Work to Restore I-15 to its Full Configuration
LAS VEGAS - The Nevada Department of Transportation will implement restrictions Sunday and Monday night on I-15 as part of the project to reopen F Street under the freeway. At 9 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, crews will reduce I-15 to one lane in both directions in order to remove barrier rail and restripe the new travel lanes on I-15 southbound. From 9 p.m. to midnight, the I-15 southbound ramp to U.S. 95 will also close. Restrictions will be lifted by 5 a.m. Monday.
At 9 p.m. Monday, crews will again reduce I-15 to one lane in both directions to remove barrier rail and restripe the new travel lanes on I-15 northbound. Additional restrictions on Monday night include two right-lane closures on I-15 northbound, closure of the D Street off-ramp and the U.S. 95 southbound ramp I-15 northbound. Work will be finished by 5 a.m. Tuesday. Once complete, the project will restore freeway travel to three lanes in the northbound and southbound directions between Lake Mead Boulevard and the Spaghetti Bowl.
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