3120 Losee Road
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
Phone: (702) 633-1264
Fax: (702) 633-1304
Supervisor: Dan Beggs
Supervisor: Tyrone Kalaukoa
Senior Office Assistant: Candace Love
Click here to contact Traffic Engineering and Operations
The Traffic Operations section is responsible for constructing and maintaining intersection traffic signals, fire station emergency signals, school flashers, street and park lighting systems, IT Fiber optic systems, traffic signs, and pavement markings. Currently, the section maintains:
- 140 signalized intersections
- 8 fire station emergency signals
- 95 school flashers for 30 schools
- An estimated 30,000 street lights
- 3,522 park, sports field, pedestrian / bicycle trail, and City facility lights
- An estimated 90,000 traffic signs
- An estimated 1,565 lane miles of pavement markings
The following identifies current programs that are associated with the infrastructure listed above:
- Traffic Operations crews will construct six intersection traffic signals each year under the New Signal Construction Program.
- Traffic Operations crews will continue removing and replacing damaged, dented, and rusted poles under Phase 3 of the Mature Area Street Light Pole Rehabilitation Program.
- Evaluation of emerging energy saving luminaire technologies to help the City continue to receive NV Energy reimbursement incentives.
- Removal and replacement of substandard traffic signs in the City’s mature areas.
- Support of the construction of new parks and revitalization of mature parks.
- Upgrading fiber optic system splices to fusion splices at City facilities.
- Maintaining roadway pavement markings.
Click here to view the Traffic Counts.
Flashing Yellow Arrow
The City of North Las Vegas is participating in a Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada pilot program to install new flashing yellow arrow left turn signals at selected intersections throughout the Las Vegas Valley. The intersection selected in North Las Vegas for this program is at Craig Road and Clayton Street for northbound and southbound approaches. For information about how motorists should respond to the flashing yellow arrow, please watch the videos at the following link: