Exit off 215 in NLV will be closed for three months

Las Vegas Review-Journal (Sunday) - - NEVADA & THE WEST | OBITUARIES -

An exit off the 215 Belt­way in North Las Ve­gas will be closed for about three months start­ing Mon­day be­cause of con­struc­tion work.

Start­ing at 2 a.m. Mon­day, the Losee Road cross­over will be closed, ac­cord­ing to a Clark County press re­lease. Driv­ers trav­el­ing west on the Belt­way will not be able to exit at Losee Road, and driv­ers will not be able to get on the Belt­way’s west­bound lanes when com­ing from the road.

At 11 p.m. Sun­day the next exit west of Losee Road, the cross­over at Pe­cos Road, will re­open for driv­ers. The county notes the Pe­cos Road cross­over is the clos­est exit to the Vet­er­ans Ad­min­is­tra­tion hos­pi­tal at 6900 N. Pe­cos Road.

The con­struc­tion is part of the North­ern Belt­way im­prove­ment project, which will turn the 215 into a full free­way from North Fifth Street to the Union Pa­cific Rail­road tracks just west of Range Road.

The project in­cludes new in­ter­changes and bridges at Losee, Pe­cos and Lamb Boule­vard, plus new me­di­ans, high-mast light­ing, and drainage fa­cil­i­ties, the county said.

The project is ex­pected to be com­pleted in 2020, ac­cord­ing to the re­lease.

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