Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-07-19 17:38:14 –
Las Vegas (KLAS) —Reducing travel delays, improving safety and improving air quality is one of the priorities of the Henderson Interchange project, and the state seeks public opinion.
The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) also has “Regional Mobility” on its priority list.
The interchange where 215 Beltway meets Interstate 11 / Interstate 515 is 222S on Thursday. It is the subject of a public relations meeting at the Center Ice Room of the Lifeguard Arena on Water Street.The meeting is scheduled from 4 pm to 7 pm
In face-to-face meetings, displays and project staff wait to answer questions.
According to a news release announcing the conference, NDOT is preparing a study to “assess and document the potential environmental impact of the proposed project.”
The feasibility study was completed in 2020. The decisions made from this environmental survey will lead to the final design and ultimately the construction, NDOT officials said.
Residents will continue to participate in the 24/7 Virtual Public Conference until August 5. www.dot.nv.gov/hendersoninterchange, Post comments to email@example.com, directly, in writing or by email, via the website until August 5th.
For more information, contact NDOT Project Manager David Bowers (123 E. Washington Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101) or the project phone number (702) 582-9933.
Requests for supplementary assistance, services for persons with disabilities, or limited English proficiency should be notified in advance as much as possible to NDOT hearing officer Cassie Mlynarek ((702) 232-5288) or electronically sent to cmlynarek @ dot.nv.gov. Must be emailed.