Art Marroquin, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Art Marroquin

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by Art:

See any plateless cars in Las Vegas? You’re not the only one

A few of you have noticed an uptick of vehicles driving around the valley without license plates. → Read More

Public bus breakdowns for heat are decreasing in Las Vegas

Public buses are still breaking down due to the extreme summertime heat in the Las Vegas Valley, but the instances are decreasing, according to the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada. → Read More

Drivers urged to get rest to avoid falling asleep at the wheel

Drowsy driving can be just as dangerous as drunk driving. Getting plenty of rest before a long trip is a vital step to keep motorists from nodding off behind the wheel and potentially causing a crash. → Read More

Road linking Primm casinos near California border to be repaved

A $1.34 million upgrade is coming to the quarter-mile road linking Whiskey Pete’s, Buffalo Bill’s and the Primm Valley casinos near the California border, the Nevada Department of Transportation said Thursday. → Read More

Allegiant launching flights from St. George, Utah, to Phoenix

Allegiant Air will offer flights for the first time from St. George Regional Airport in southwest Utah, officials with the Las Vegas-based budget carrier announced this week. → Read More

Nevada agency interested in implementing traffic cameras

State lawmakers could consider a bill next year aimed at nabbing speeders and red-light runners with cameras. → Read More

Tariffs drive up cost of building Centennial Bowl in Las Vegas

The cost of building the next phase of the Centennial Bowl in northwest Las Vegas skyrocketed by nearly $12 million from original estimates, primarily driven by President Donald Trump’s steel tariffs, the Nevada Department of Transportation said Monday. → Read More

Part of I-15 in downtown Las Vegas to close overnight Wednesday

A section of Interstate 15 will close Wednesday for overnight work in downtown Las Vegas as crews install digital signs that will flash information about accidents and detours, the Nevada Department of Transportation said. → Read More

Bus ridership, revenue decline in RTC’s 2018 fiscal year

Ride-hailing companies continued to cut into bus ridership and revenue across Clark County, with routes on the Strip getting hit the hardest, officials with the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada said this week. → Read More

Navigation apps may lag in recognizing new I-11 stretch

Even though the Nevada Department of Transportation has reached out to operators for some of the popular online and smartphone maps, officials said they sometimes experience a lag time for the technology to catch up with the latest road conditions — like the opening of a freeway. → Read More

5 things to know about I-11 near Boulder City

Motorists will finally be able to drive along the entire 15-mile stretch of Interstate 11 by Thursday afternoon, marking the first link in what federal lawmakers envision as a vital cross-border connection between Mexico and Canada. → Read More

Pilots union asks judge to deny Allegiant’s request to block strike

The union representing Allegiant’s pilots asked a federal judge to toss out the Las Vegas-based airline’s request to block a strike, union representatives said Tuesday. → Read More

Smith Middle School, Hartke Park to swap spots in North Las Vegas

Neighboring J.D. Smith Middle School and Hartke Park will be trading spaces by 2020, under a plan approved Wednesday night by the North Las Vegas City Council. → Read More

Construction starts on 12-mile pipeline to pump water to Apex

Water is expected to start flowing through part of the Apex Industrial Park by late 2020 after more than two decades of efforts to jump-start development on this sprawling chunk of vacant land in North Las Vegas. → Read More

North Las Vegas city workers to get electric bikes

Electric bicycles have undergone a series of tests over the past week, aimed at promoting health among the city of North Las Vegas’ workers while also reducing vehicle emissions during brief, local trips. → Read More

It’s all about the timing for traffic signals in Las Vegas

Traffic signals seem to take an awfully long time to change at some of the busiest intersections across the Las Vegas Valley. → Read More

Improvements coming to 215 Beltway in North Las Vegas

Construction starts Monday on the next segment of the 215 Beltway running though North Las Vegas, Clark County officials said. → Read More

US 95 in downtown Las Vegas to be closed this weekend

Both directions of U.S. Highway 95 will close in the area just below Interstate 15 this weekend as crews demolish a bridge for Project Neon, the $1 billion reconfiguration of the Spaghetti Bowl interchange in downtown Las Vegas, the Nevada Department of Transportation said. → Read More

Las Vegas airport approved for federal grants for improvements

McCarran International and other airports across Nevada received federal grants to pay for a series of infrastructure improvements, the Federal Aviation Administration announced on Thursday. → Read More

North Las Vegas, Las Vegas approve shared voting centers

The city councils in Las Vegas and North Las Vegas on Wednesday each approved an agreement with the Clark County election department that would allow voters in municipal elections to cast ballots at vote centers. → Read More