Freeway Service Patrol Program
To protect roadway safety, the Nevada
Department of Transportation is pleased to offer Freeway Service Patrol service
in Las Vegas and Reno.
Customized Freeway Service Patrol vans patrol
continuous routes and provide FREE assistance with disabled vehicles, lost
motorists, pedestrians and certain other incidents such as animals on the
roadway, travel lane or shoulder debris, vehicle fires, and fuel leaks. While
assisting motorists, the Freeway Service Patrol also helps improve roadway
safety and reduce congestion by helping to reduce blocked roads, lanes and
shoulders caused by roadside incidents.
Our Freeway Service Patrol
program has been slightly updated. We offer the same emergency roadside
services, hours and routes, but beginning October 2013, new Freeway Service
Patrol vehicles are driving Las Vegas and Reno freeways. This includes incident
response vehicles in Las Vegas which provide further traffic control and other
more extensive response to incidents.
To best respond to vital roadway incidents,
the Freeway Service Patrol is not available on-call, but will stop on
their regular route to provide needed assistance. Dial 911 for emergencies
or dial *NHP (*647) to report drunk drivers, traffic crashes,
stranded or disabled motorists, or any suspicious roadside incidents
to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Additional information is available by calling
(775) 888-7000. Or, you can provide feedback on the Freeway
Service Patrol by e-mailing us at email@example.com.
FREEWAY SERVICE PATROL ROUTE INFORMATION
LAS VEGAS PATROL ROUTES / TIMES
Las Vegas freeway service patrol
times currently being updated.
RENO PATROL ROUTES / TIMES
I-580/US395 From I-80/I-580 Spaghetti Bowl to
S. Virginia Street (Exit 61), (focusing on spaghetti
Monday thru Friday 6:00 am to 10:00 am / 12:00 pm to 6:00
I-80/I-580: Focusing on the I-80/I-580 Spaghetti Bowl
with turnaround points at W. McCarran Blvd, Golden Valley Rd, and Vista
Monday thru Friday 6:00 am to 9:00 am / 1:00 pm to