Latest Las Vegas Transportation
The Federal Aviation Administration is touting the use of a computerized training simulator in Las Vegas that officials say helps air traffic controllers learn to direct aircraft at busy McCarran Airport.
A Nevada man is claiming discrimination by the DMV after his requests for pro-Sarah Palin license plates were denied.
For the sixth straight month, McCarran International Airport is reporting an increase in passenger traffic compared with a year ago.
The event that many feared would be the “Carmageddon” of epic traffic jams cruised calmly toward a finish with an official reopening ahead of schedule.
The nation’s busiest freeway will be closed over the weekend, and we here in Las Vegas could be affected.
Another hurdle has been cleared for the proposed high-speed rail project linking Las Vegas to Victorville, California.
CBS Las Vegas–07/13/2011
FLORIDA – Spirit Airlines today started five daily non-stop flights between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. To celebrate, Spirit is offering $9 fares (each way based on round trip purchase) available May 5th and May 6th only […]
CBS Las Vegas–05/05/2011
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A new report shows that McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas had an increase in passenger traffic for the third straight month in March compared with a year earlier. Airport data released Friday […]
CBS Las Vegas–04/15/2011
RENO, Nev. — An air traffic controller in Nevada was asleep and out of communication for about 16 minutes while a medical plane was landing, federal officials said Wednesday. No one was injured when the […]
CBS Las Vegas–04/13/2011