This phase, which is in design, will widen U.S. Hwy. 95 between Durango Drive and Kyle Canyon Road, allowing for an additional general purpose lane and an auxiliary lane in each direction. Crews on the project, expected to begin in late 2017, will also:
- Add HOV direct access ramps on U.S. 95 at Elkhorn Road
- Install drainage culverts
- Improve lighting, signage and Intellectual Transportation Systems (ITS)
- Enhance landscaping and aesthetic features
Projected to begin in late 2017, the phase will be highlighted by a new interchange with aesthetics, lighting and landscaping at U.S. Hwy. 95 and Kyle Canyon Road.
NDOT will construct the next three major system-to-system ramps, increasing direct connectivity between U.S. 95 and Clark County (CC) 215. Crews will build the northbound U.S. 95 to westbound CC 215 flyover and ramps from southbound U.S. 95 to eastbound CC 215 and the eastbound CC 215 to southbound U.S. 95.
This phase will advertise to bidders in late 2017 and is anticipated to start construction in spring 2018.
Centennial Bowl construction will wrap up with this final phase that will include construction of the remainder of ramps needed to complete the U.S. 95/CC 215 interchange. The work will include:
- Construction of ramp from eastbound CC 215 to northbound U.S. 95
- Build out of ramp from southbound U.S. 95 to westbound CC 215
- Construction of ramp from eastbound CC 215 to northbound 95
- Build out eastbound CC 215 from the Grand Montecito overpass to west of Tenaya Way, the John Herbert Blvd. interchange, the eastbound frontage road to Sky Pointe Dr., the new Oso Blanca Road alignment and the connection of local access on Sky Pointe to Azure Parkway.
- Construction of eastbound and westbound frontage roads from the John Herbert interchange to Oso Blanca Road
- Upgrade CC 215 to a divided six-lane freeway through the interchange.
Centennial Bowl engineers inspect plans.