Project Neon Highway Expansion Is Nearly Complete
Affiliated with the Pure Projects development company, Brian Vanderburgh also served as a project manager for Florida’s Hedrick Brothers Construction. In addition, Brian Vanderburgh has a professional interest in several initiatives in Las Vegas, such as Project Neon, a nearly-completed effort to widen congested Interstate 15.

Some 300,000 vehicles travel a three-mile stretch of I-15 between Sahara Avenue and the “Spaghetti Bowl” flyover. Passengers in these vehicles represent fully 10 percent of the state’s population.

The goals of the project are to improve access to downtown Las Vegas, cut down on delays and traffic jams, enhance the area’s air quality, and create jobs. Construction is scheduled to end in summer 2019. 

The new road will provide a direct high-occupancy vehicle link between US 95 and I-15 and reroute traffic around the Charleston interchange with Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. 

Several organizations have cooperated to bring Project Neon to fruition, among them the Nevada Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration, the Kiewit construction contracting firm, and the Atkins Global engineering consulting company.
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