Closures are subject to change.

CLOSURES, WEEK OF JULY 19: 

Thursday Night - Friday Morning (July 22-23)
• The left travel lane along northbound Interstate 515 will be closed between Twain Avenue and Boulder Highway from 9 p.m., July 22, until 5 a.m., July 23, in Las Vegas.

Friday Morning (July 23)
• The Martin Luther King Boulevard and Interstate 15 onramps to southbound Interstate 515 will be closed from 12:01 a.m. until 5 a.m., July 23, in downtown Las Vegas.
• Southbound Interstate 515 will be closed between Martin Luther King and Las Vegas boulevards from 2 a.m. until 5 a.m., July 23, in downtown Las Vegas to remove and install overhead freeway signs.
• NB 4th Street will be reduced by 1 lane under I-515 on Friday, July 23, from 2am until noon.

Saturday Morning (July 24)
• NB 4th Street will be reduced by 1 lane under I-515 on Friday, July 23, from 2am until noon.

Sunday Night through Thursday Morning (7/25 - 7/29)
• For four consecutive nights, from midnight to 5am, starting Sunday night at midnight and finishing Thursday morning at 5am, SB I-515 will be reduced to one lane from Casino Center until Eastern Ave.

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I-515 (US 95) is currently reduced to 2 lanes from I-15 to Eastern Ave through the end of 2022.

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The I-515 SB Off-Ramp to Casino Center Blvd will remain closed until September 1, 2021.

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What to Expect during the project

NDOT's I-515 Viaduct Rehab project, which started construction June 27, 2021, will last approximately one year. During this time, there will be lane reductions on I-515 (US 95) between the Spaghetti Bowl and Eastern Avenue, and multiple ramp closures. All current and upcoming closures will be posted on this page. To stay updated, please use the forms below to sign up for text updates and join our email list. Thank you for your interest in the I-515 Viaduct Rehab project!

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