I-11 Design-Build Project

Construction of the 4-lane project will create an estimated 4,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs in the region, which in recent years has experienced one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation.

With traffic counts of about 34,000 vehicles daily, the new roadway will ultimately result in estimated time savings at a minimum 30 minutes from the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge to Henderson due to higher speeds and no trafic backups at signal lights, with likely even greater time saving on weekends.

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is leading the e˛ort to complete I˜11 from US˜95 to US˜93 near the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge, approximately 12.5 miles. (Phase 2 on the map below). The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) is constructing the portion of I˜11 from Railroad Pass to US˜95, approximately 2.5 miles. (Phase 1 on the map). Both phases will be built simultaneously beginning in the spring of 2015 with construction expected to be complete in 2018.

Work on both phases is made possible through a combination of $22 million in Fuel Revenue Indexing (FRI) funds, $291 million in federal funds and $5 million in state funding.

Prime contractors are Las Vegas Paving for the RTC and Fisher Sand & Gravel for NDOT. Subcontractors include local small businesses and women and minority owned enterprises.

Construction of the 4-lane project will create an estimated 4,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs in the region, which in recent years has experienced one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation.

With traffic counts of about 34,000 vehicles daily, the new roadway will ultimately result in estimated time savings at a minimum 30 minutes from the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge to Henderson due to higher speeds and no trafic backups at signal lights, with likely even greater time saving on weekends.

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is leading the e˛ort to complete I˜11 from US˜95 to US˜93 near the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge, approximately 12.5 miles. (Phase 2 on the map below).