Project Administrator: RTC of Southern Nevada
Prime Contractor: Las Vegas Paving
Lead Engineer: CA Group
The project will take place in two separate but simultaneous phases.
Phase I – the 2.5-mile section from I-515 to US 95, administered by Nevada Department of Transportation; and
Phase II - the 12.5-mile section from US 93/95 to the Boulder Dam Bypass, administered by the Regional Transportation Commission. (Please see map below.)
- 4 Lanes (2 Lanes in Each Direction)
- Northbound Truck Climbing Lane
- Interchanges at US 95 and US 93
- Southbound Scenic Vista Parking Area
- 10 Bridge Structures
- 4 Wildlife Undercrossings
- 1 Wildlife Overcrossing
- Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) Crossings
- Landscape and Aesthetics
FRI – Fuel Revenue Indexing
As our Southern Nevada community continues to modernize, grow and diversify, the needs of our transportation infrastructure demand more attention. To cover a growning gap in funding, the RTC partnered in 2013 with local leaders, our business community, state legislature, Governor Sandoval and the Clark County Commission to support Fuel Revenue Indexing (FRI) to keep pace with material and labor costs, generate funds for critically needed transportation projects and create jobs.
Fuel Revenue Indexing (FRI) dollars are generated each time a motorist fills up their vehicle with gas. A portion of what we pay at the pump from January 2014 to December 2016 is funding more transportation projects and creating jobs in Southern Nevada.
RTC – Regional Transportation Commission
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is a regional entity that oversees public transportation, traffic management, roadway design and construction funding, and transportation planning for Southern Nevada.
As the Las Vegas Valley’s population continues to increase daily, so too does traffic congestion and the RTC identifies transportation challenges and explores and implements both short and long-term resolutions while simultaneously promoting sustainability, air quality improvement, enhanced mobility and increased quality of life in the region.
The RTC oversees the federally-mandated transportation planning process for Southern Nevada and plans the valley’s roadways and transit infrastructure to accommodate the demands of the region’s current population in addition to that of 50 years from now. Included in the planning process are projects that require state and federal funding.
LVP – Las Vegas Paving
Las Vegas Paving (LVP) is the design-builder for the I-11 project. LVP is responsible for all aspects of the project including project management, construction management, design engineering oversight, overall project quality, safety and public outreach.
As one of the most successful aggregate production companies, LVP’s strategy demands top notch performance. LVP takes pride in delivering high-quality constructed projects that provide southern Nevada agencies excellent infrastructure and long-term performance. LVP has presented high-quality execution and conveyance since 1958. LVP has become a leader in the successful execution and management of large scale alternative delivery projects in Southern Nevada.
NDOT Phase 1: $83 million
$68 million (Federal)
$10 million (RTC/FRI)
$5 million (State Funds)
RTC Phase 2: $235 million
$181.2 million (Federal)
$53.8 million (FRI)
Total Project Cost: $318 million