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I-15 Paving Project: More Traffic Ahead
I-15 Paving Project: More Traffic Ahead

AIR DATE: September 14, 2011

A big paving project will be taking over the I-15 over the next month.  The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) will be paving the 10 miles between the Spaghetti Bowl and Tropicana Avenue.  It's the first time the freeway will be resurfaced in 15 years.  When does this start?  When will it end?  And what sort of congested traffic can commuters expect?  An NDOT expert tells us what to expect.

Mary Martini, Sr Engineer, NDOT

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