Remember to breathe deeply. Go to the bathroom before you leave. Don’t drink too many fluids on the drive. Have calming music, headphones or a Bluetooth so that you can make phone calls safely and legally, a snack, and some patience. More and more and even more road work is coming to Las Vegas, and it’s going to make the traffic problems we have already faced due to road construction look like child’s play. All of this is part of a broader project, Project Neon, that aims to cut down on traffic around the Las Vegas valley. But in the meantime, it will mean more traffic, as lanes are closed to allow for the construction. Above all, remember that Las Vegas speeding tickets will double in these work zones. There will be more officers checking speed, and out there to give you a work zone speeding ticket and ruin your day. It’s hard to not drive faster when you can when traffic is bad, because you have to get where you’re going. But it can be expensive. However, you can fight your Las Vegas work zone speeding ticket online with 24hourticketpower.com if you need to. We will make the ticket totally disappear if we can, and if we can’t we can at least get you the best outcome possible – lower fines, fewer points on your license, deferred judgment, all of these things are possible with 24hourticketpower.com fighting your Las Vegas speeding ticket online for you. You don’t have to come into our office, you don’t have to go to traffic court, but you do get to have top traffic ticket representation, and get to sleep easier.
Some more specific info on the upcoming projects that may cause Las Vegas work zone speeding tickets:
“U.S. Highway 95 will be reduced to two travel lanes in each direction between Rancho Drive and Interstate 15 from February through December, Dale Keller, the Nevada Department of Transportation’s project manager for Project Neon, told the Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday.
Drivers can also expect to see periodic closures along freeway ramps and surface streets, including Martin Luther King Boulevard.
And yes, NDOT officials are conjuring up another catchy nickname for the lengthy project.
The restrictions will allow crews to widen U.S. 95 as part of the larger Project Neon, the $1 billion effort to redesign and add traffic lanes along Interstate 15 from the U.S. Highway 95 interchange to Sahara Avenue.”