Vegas Bets Big With $1B Project Neon

The project is the largest public work ever undertaken by the state of Nevada.

Mon August 01, 2016 - West Edition
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The nearly $1B project is the largest public works project ever undertaken by the state.
The nearly $1B project is the largest public works project ever undertaken by the state.

Nevada news affiliate WKTNV is reporting that the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada put together an interactive map of all the construction sites across the valley.

Currently, there are more than 100 construction sites around Las Vegas, many of which were created because of Project Neon.

Project Neon is Nevada's largest and most expensive public works project ever undertaken in its 152-year history. The total cost is expected to reach nearly $1 billion.

Engineers say the project will lead to more efficient roadways upon its completion in the summer of 2019.

Source: KTNV


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