Flamingo Corridor Improvements

RTC to begin utility location on Flamingo Road Press Release

FLAMINGO ROAD is a major arterial street that runs 14 miles from west to east and connects areas of extensive existing and planned commercial and residential development directly to the center of activity in the Resort Corridor and the campus of the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. The combination of large residential populations at the ends of the corridor and concentrated employment at the center gives rise to substantial commuter traffic flow on Flamingo Road. The corridor’s existing transit line serves more than 12,000 passengers per day, making it the single most frequented bus route between the Las Vegas Valley metropolitan area and the Resort Corridor.

In addition, Flamingo Road has connections to all major north-south transportation and transit corridors, providing links and interconnection for the nearly two million residents of the Las Vegas Valley. Construction along the corridor is expected to begin this Fall and will include repaving and restriping to accommodate dedicated transit lanes, the addition of approximately 86 new transit shelters, intersection and traffic signal upgrades, and improved bicycle and pedestrian facilities. This project is funded by Fuel Revenue Indexing and Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT).

Flamingo Transportation Fair

Join local elected officials and transportation experts to get information and provide feedback on roadway and transit projects happening in your neighborhood.

Thursday, May 29 2014
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
West Flamingo Senior Center
6255 West Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103.

Questions or Comments?
Sue Christiansen
Government Affairs, Media & Marketing
Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC)
Phone: 702-676-1891
Email: flamingo@rtcsnv.com

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What does this project include
Grand Canyon – El Capitan
Riley – Gagnier
Cimarron – New Forest
New Forest – Ravenwood
Spring Leaf – Redwood
Torrey Pines – El Camino
Jones – Lindell
Lindell – Decatur
Decatur – Arville
Wynn – Hotel Rio Dr.
LV Blvd – East of Linq
Koval – Hospitality Circle
Paradise – Swenson
East of Swenson – Escondido
Algonquin – Bruce
Burnham – Euclid
Topaz – Hildebrand
Mojave – Pearl
Pinecrest – Annie Oakley
Hazelcrest – Victoria
Gibraltar – Boulder Highway
Boulder Highway – Jimmy Durante
Full Corridor View (Large document, 79MB)

Flamingo Road Corridor Improvement Project Documents

Flamingo Corridor Fact Sheet
Flamingo Corridor Improvements-Before and After Visuals
Flamingo Corridor Improvements-Project Limits

TIGER Application Submittals
Flamingo – Project Narrative
Flamingo – Benefit-Cost
Flamingo – Benefit-Cost – Excel Spreadsheets
Flamingo – Environmental Justice & Title VI Analysis
Flamingo – Letters of Support
Flamingo – Letter of Support – Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada
Flamingo – Letter of Support – Nevada Commission on Tourism

Supporting Documents
Flaming Road Corridor Study – 2008
Flamingo Road Safety Audit – Oct, 2010
Flamingo CE Revised – March, 2014
FTA Flamingo CE Approval – July, 2010
Las Vegas Fixed Guideway Alternatives Analysis Report – Sept. 2006