What We’re Building

The Tropicana Avenue bridge over I-15 will be reconstructed to accommodate four lanes in each direction with lanes also added to on- and off-ramps. The bridge height will be raised, and the bridge will also be lengthened to accommodate future I-15 widening. Dean Martin Drive will be realigned so that the arterial will run under Tropicana Avenue, improving traffic flow. An HOV half-interchange on the south side of Harmon Avenue will enhance ingress and egress to and from the resort corridor. Active Traffic Management signs will be installed on I-15 between Warm Springs and Flamingo roads in addition to that stretch of highway undergoing pavement rehabilitation.

  • Tropicana Avenue expanded from three lanes to four in
    both directions between Las Vegas Blvd and Polaris Ave
    New Tropicana bridge over I-15
  • Reconstructed flyover from southbound I-15 to eastbound
    Tropicana
  • Left-turning lanes from Tropicana to I-15 southbound
    increased from two lanes to three
  • New High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) half-interchange on the
    south side of Harmon Avenue
  • Collector-distributor entrance to northbound I-15
    expanded from one lane to two
  • New Dean Martin Drive alignment under Tropicana for
    improved traffic flow
  • Slip ramp to Arena Drive increased from one lane to two
    Active Traffic Management (ATM) signs on I-15 between
    Warm Springs and Flamingo roads
  • Signal improvements, including retro-reflective black plates
    and advanced vehicle detector loops, at 12 intersections
    I-15 pavement rehabilitation between Warm Springs and
    Flamingo roads, including I-215 ramps
  • New pedestrian walkway between Tropicana and Arena
    Drive
  • Pedestrian staircase between Tropicana and Dean Martin
    Drive
  • Ten-foot-wide sidewalks in both directions on Tropicana
    Landscaping and aesthetics within the new Tropicana
    interchange area