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AIR DATE: November 28, 2012

A new report shows that the Las Vegas Strip needs to rethink how cars and pedestrians move on the resort corridor. Recommendations include keeping the overhead bridges clear of vendors and performers and a barrier along the length of the Strip to stop jaywalking. So will the county or the resorts accept these changes?
 
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Susan Brager, Chairwoman, Clark County Commission
Lawrence Mower, county reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal

 

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    Boy she sure Stonewalled your questions,politicians..go figure..! How about a board walk..??? We dont' have hurricaines to worry about.
    David Squier SrNov 26, 2012 10:01:03 AM
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