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City Hall
2250 Las Vegas Blvd North, Suite 200 
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
Phone: (702) 633-1264
Fax: (702) 649-4696

City Traffic Engineer: Michael S. Hudgeons, P.E.
Office Assistant: Candace Love

This division is comprised of three work groups that Traffic Engineering and Support, Traffic Operations, and Fleet Services.

Contact Traffic Engineering and Operations

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING AND SUPPORT 
City Hall
2250 Las Vegas Blvd North, Suite 200 
North Las Vegas, NV 89030

Engineering Associate: Curt Kroeker, P.E.
Traffic Safety Inspector: Travis Zegers

The Traffic Engineering section oversees the orderly development of the City’s transportation system. The goal is to achieve a transportation system that will address demand and capacity, employ appropriate technologies, and join transit, roadway and bicycle/pedestrian facilities into a safe, efficient and environmentally sensitive network. This section is also responsible for determining future multi-modal transportation needs and the most practical way to achieve them. This section performs a variety of functions including:

  • Development Impact Analysis
  • Traffic Study and Development Review
  • Transportation Modeling
  • Speed Studies
  • Vehicle Classification Studies
  • Warrant Analyses
  • Traffic Counts
  • Work Zone Traffic Control Inspections

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TRAFFIC OPERATIONS
2829 Fort Sumter
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
(702) 633-1264
Report dark streetlights: Call (702) 633-DARK (3275)

Supervisor: Jeff Freels

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. Current programs that are managed by this work group include:

  • Conversion of over 40 protected/permissive left turn traffic signals to flashing yellow arrows.
  • Continue to upgrade the communication network among traffic signals and to the Freeway and Arterial System of Transportation (FAST).
  • Evaluation of emerging energy saving luminaire technologies to help the City reduce power consumption and maintenance burden.
  • 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.


FLEET SERVICES 
100 East Brooks Avenue
North Las Vegas, NV 89030

Supervisor: Peter Fitterling

The Fleet Operations Section procures, maintains, and repairs all City vehicles and equipment through its operation of the Central Garage. Specific responsibilities include vehicle maintenance and repair; budget reporting, vehicle tracking and analysis, billing for services, parts and labor, vehicle acquisitions and replacement, and ensuring that the City adheres to state and federal requirements for alternative fuel conversions and related requirements of the federal Clear Air Act.