Do you like to drive The Strip to see the sights? Have never driven The Strip?
You better hurry up and go to Vegas and drive the famed road before government officials ban private vehicles from Las Vegas Blvd. They’re contemplating the move.
Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani wants the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada to consider allowing only certain vehicles on the Strip such as taxis, ride-share vehicles and buses to ease congestion.
Alleviating traffic jams that hinder police and medical response on the Strip is needed, said Giunchigliani, a member of the RTC board and a Democratic candidate for governor. The need to look at options increased after the Route 91 Harvest Festival mass shooting on Oct. 1, she said.
“I hope people have conversations about what the Strip should really look like for the future. Are there better ways to make sure police, fire and EMS have access in and out in a much more rapid way?” she said.
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