Las Vegas Construction Zone Tickets Could Give You Hefty Traffic Fines
Ticket Attorney Law Office here with an update on some new, ongoing, and upcoming road construction projects in Las Vegas. Expect delays in the following areas:
Flamingo Road between Maryland Parkway and Swenson Street
Sahara Avenue Bridge over the Desert Rose Golf Course: currently closed until Sept.
Intersection of Bermuda Road and Serene Avenue
Rancho Drive between Sahara Avenue and U.S. 95
Sahara Avenue between Interstate 15 off-ramp and Rancho Drive
Rancho Drive between Sahara Avenue and El Camino Avenue
F Street between Bonanza Road and D Street
Lake Mead Boulevard between Jones and Decatur
Main Street between Stewart and Carson avenues
Vegas Drive between Rancho Drive and Jones Boulevard
Intersection of Alta Drive and Desert Foothills Drive
Bridger Avenue between Casino Center Boulevard and Third Street
Charleston Boulevard between Warbonnet Way and Buffalo Drive
Grand Canyon Road south of Farm Road
Rye Street at Sahara Avenue
Sahara Avenue between Durango Drive and Tomsik Street
Sahara Avenue between Cimmaron Road and Durango Drive
Tips for driving in a construction zone
1) Always buckle up!
2) Pay attention. Regular speed limits may be reduce, traffic lanes may have been changed/moved, and there may be people and vehicles at work in/near the road.
3) Always slow down in a construction zone.
4) Minimize your distractions (cell phone usage, eating, etc.)
5) Do not weave in and out of traffic; only make lane changes when necessary.
6) Keep a safe distance from other cars, traffic barriers, construction equipment, and workers.
7) Watch for detour and work zone signs.
If you receive a ticket for speeding in a construction zone, you may find it best to contact an experienced law office to help handle the matter. There are double penalties in work zones in Las Vegas, as per Nevada law. This means, you will be subject to pay up to $1,000 for speeding in any marked road construction or maintenance work zone when workers are present.
Did you know? You can dial 511 form anywhere in Nevada to receive freeway construction information? Take advantage of this option and plan ahead before your commute so you are not rushed through a work area, in which you put yourself and the workers at risk.
A Las Vegas construction zone ticket is not taken lightly in Clark County. Contact the Law Office of Mark Coburn today at (702) 382-2000 to further discuss any tickets you may have received for speeding in a construction zone.