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Corridor Studies

A corridor study is a planning project that defines the relationships between a roadway and its adjacent land. The resulting plan typically provides decision-makers with a guide identifying short and long-term transportation needs in a corridor. 


SR 160 & SR 159

Corridor Study

Southern Nevada, Nevada

The SR 160 and SR 159 Corridor Study was conducted along SR 160 from Las Vegas Boulevard in Las Vegas to Roadrunner Road in Pahrump and SR 159 from CC- 215 to SR 160. CA Group evaluated existing conditions and gathered feedback from the public to identify future vehicular and active transportation needs. Our recommendations included roadway widening, roundabout installation, shared-use path development, and intersection improvements. 

Mt. Rose Corridor Study

Northern Nevada, Nevada

The Mt. Rose Corridor Study was a multi-agency study along Mt. Rose Highway from the Geiger Grade Road and Veterans Parkway roundabout to Douglas Fir Drive. The project identified potential future traffic needs to improve traffic, accessibility, and safety amid future development. In addition to improvements for vehicular traffic, this project also considered multimodal components for potential implementation. 


McCarran Boulevard Corridor Study

Reno, Nevada

The McCarran Boulevard Corridor Study was conducted along the  23-mile McCarran Boulevard loop. The study identified recommendations for enhancing mobility, improving safety, and addressing economic development efforts while planning for a consistent roadway character throughout the loop (where feasible). The recommendations were then evaluated to determine short- and long-term improvements as well as funding strategies. Long-term recommendations were incorporated into the Nevada Department of Transportation's long-range plan and programs and the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County's Transportation Plan. 

US 50 Operational Study

Lyon County, Nevada

The US 50 Operational Study was a multi-agency study conducted along US 50 in Dayton Valley from Pine Cone Road to Neigh Road. Safety in this corridor was a serious concern and was thoroughly evaluated and considered in developing alternatives. The study assessed three concepts to identify a preferred vision for the corridor. Short- and long-term implementation plans and funding sources were identified for the preferred vision and will be included in the Lyon County Land Use Master Plan.

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I-15 Tropicana Interchange Feasibility Study

Clark County, Nevada

The I-15 Tropicana Interchange Feasibility Study evaluated the corridor between Valley View Boulevard and Las Vegas Boulevard along Tropicana Avenue as well as between Hacienda Avenue and Harmon Avenue along I-15, Dean Martin Drive, and Frank Sinatra Dive. This study aimed to improve traffic movement through the corridor, which required identifying problems, a range of solutions, and the cost of those solutions, then recommending a course of action to the Nevada Department of Transportation.

I-15 Flamingo to Sahara Feasibility Study

Las Vegas, Nevada

The I-15 Flamingo to Sahara Feasibility Study evaluated I-15 between Sahara Avenue and Flamingo Road. The study identified improvements to serve the corridor's needs while maintaining compatibility with previously approved or completed projects. Socioeconomic, community, and environmental impacts were considered in developing potential build alternatives. 

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Main Commerce One-Way Couplet Study

Las Vegas, Nevada

The Main Street - Commerce Street One-Way Couplet Study examined potentially converting Main and Commerce Streets into a one-way couplet system between Las Vegas Boulevard and Bonneville Avenue. The study identified that by converging the streets, traffic flow in and out of downtown, walkability, and bicycle accessibility could all be improved.

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