Phase 4 of the I-15 North Corridor consists of designing new ramps, flyovers and street connections to complete a system-to-system interchange configuration where the northern I-15 meets the Clark County 215 Las Vegas Beltway.
The project also includes the addition of I-15 southbound ramps for the Tropical Parkway interchange. The Tropical Parkway interchange will use the existing I-15 northbound ramps as modified to work in concert with new flyover ramps for the I-15/CC-215 interchange. The project will construct sections of Centennial Parkway and Tropical Parkway to provide needed connections.
The images above is a preliminary design of the completed project.
What Are We Doing?
- Constructing new direct connect ramps between I-15 and Clark County 215 (Las Vegas Beltway) interchange
- Building I-15 southbound ramps and reconstructing I-15 northbound ramps for the I-15 and Tropical Parkway interchange
- Reconfiguring local streets to improve traffic flow around the interchange
- Providing landscape and aesthetic enhancements
Existing Alignment Future Plans
Note: Click the photos above to enlarge.
- Improve safety
- Reduce travel times
- Provide better access to future North Las Vegas developments
- Enhance operations with full freeway-to-freeway connectivity
- Increase capacity
Dec. 4 Public Meeting Materials
- Total project: Between $123 and $144.5 million
- Engineering: Between $10 and $11 million
- Right-of-Way: Between $7 and $7.5 million
- Construction: Between $106 and $126 million
** The federal government is providing 95 percent of the funding while the state is investing 5 percent into the project.
Design work on this project began in 2015 and is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2019. NDOT anticipates starting the construction project in the fourth quarter of 2019 and finishing it in the third quarter of 2022.
Project ContactDwayne Wilkinson, PE
Nevada Department of Transportation