We appreciate your interest in the Nevada Department of Transportation’s U.S. Highway 95 Northwest Corridor Improvements Project (U.S. Highway 95 NW).
We recently broke ground on a $73 million project that will add additional ramps to the Centennial Bowl, ultimately providing a smoother, safer and more efficient drive between U.S. Hwy. 95 and the 215 Beltway. One major component of this work is building a new flyover from northbound U.S. 95 to westbound 215. In order to begin work on the structure, NDOT permanently closed and began removal of the old northwest loop ramp that made this connection.
Below is the recommended detour route:
Last year, NDOT embarked on a separate phase of improvements to U.S. Hwy. 95 in the northwest portion of Clark County on Jan. 8, 2018. The $78 million project includes the widening of U.S. 95 between Durango Drive and Kyle Canyon Road and a new interchange at Kyle Canyon Road. We anticipate this phase (2B/5) will be completed in mid-2019.
Proposed Kyle Canyon Road Interchange
NDOT has combined Phases 2B and 5 to expedite these improvements. Phase 2B includes an additional auxiliary lane and general purpose lane in each direction of U.S 95. HOV direct access ramps will be built at Elkhorn Road; improved lighting, signage, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and landscaping will compliment the project. Phase 5 is the conversion of the Kyle Canyon Road/U.S. 95 at-grade intersection into a full grade-separated interchange.
We're Making Progress!
Federal: $42.4 million
Local: $33.4 million
State $2.2 million