We appreciate your interest in the Nevada Department of Transportation’s U.S. Highway 95 Northwest Corridor Improvements Project (U.S. Highway 95 NW).
The first phase of the "Centennial Bowl" is open! Residents in the northwest Las Vegas Valley have a new flyover leading from westbound Clark County 215 to southbound U.S. Highway 95. The $47 million flyover allows motorists to bypass two signalized intersections, making for a safer, more efficient commute. Couldn't make the ribbon-cutting event July 13, 2017? Don't miss out, please click here.
The Nevada Department of Transportation in collaboration with the City of Las Vegas, Clark County and Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTCSNV), and in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration, broke ground on the Highway 95 project from Washington Avenue to Kyle Canyon Road in northwestern Las Vegas on Aug. 6, 2015.
Federal Highway Administration: $19.5 million
Clark County Regional Flood Control District: $14.4 million
State of Nevada: $6.4 million
Fuel Revenue Indexing: $6.4 million
Construction on this phase (3A) included:
- Construction of connector ramps for both westbound Clark County 215 to southbound Highway 95 and northbound Highway 95 to eastbound Clark County 215
- Construction of approximately 5,500 linear feet of reinforced concrete box storm drain
- Installation of signing, lighting, landscape architecture, ITS and drainage
- The widening of Highway 95 in both directions between the highway entrance and exit ramps and Ann Road
- A southbound Highway 95 collector-distributor road and re-enforced retainer walls at the Ann Road structure along westbound Clark County 215