PROJECT ANIMATIONS

 

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Northbound on I-11 to Auto Show Drive. Motorists would drive north on I-11, continue onto I-515 north, then take Exit 62 for Auto Show Drive.

Northbound I-11 would have 3 general purpose (GP) lanes and 2 auxiliary lanes. Northbound I-515 would have 3 GP lanes to the median connector from eastbound I-215. From the median connector to the northbound Auto Show Drive off-ramp, northbound I-515 would have 4 GP lanes and 1 auxiliary lane.

Northbound on I-11 to westbound Gibson Road. Drivers would take Exit 23 for I-215 west. Users would keep left to continue toward I-215 west but keep right to proceed to Exit 2 and follow the signs for Gibson Road.

Northbound I-11 would have 3 general purpose (GP) lanes and 2 auxiliary lanes. Westbound I-215 would have 5 GP lanes and 1 auxiliary lane to Stephanie Street. The westbound Gibson Road off-ramp would have 2 lanes that expands to 3 lanes (2 left turns southbound and 1 right turn northbound) at the ramp termini.

Northbound on I-11 to westbound I-215. Users traveling northbound on I-11 would take Exit 23 for I-215 West. Then, keep left to continue toward I-215 West and onto I-215 West.

Northbound I-11 would have 3 general purpose (GP) lanes and 2 auxiliary lanes. Westbound I-215 would have 5 GP lanes and 1 auxiliary lane to Stephanie Street. Between Stephanie Street and Valle Verde Drive off-ramp, westbound I-215 would have 4 GP lanes and 1 auxiliary lane. From Valle Verde westbound off-ramp, westbound I-215 would have 3 GP lanes.

Northbound I-11 to northbound I-515. Drivers traveling on northbound I-11 would head north on I-11 then continue on to northbound I-515.

Northbound I-11 would have 3 general purpose (GP) lanes and 2 auxiliary lanes. Northbound I-515 would have 4 GP lanes and 1 auxiliary lane.

Northbound I-11 to Lake Mead Parkway. Motorists would head north on I-11 and take Exit 23 for I-215 West and Lake Mead Parkway. Then, keep right to continue toward and merge onto NV-564/Lake Mead Pkwy.

Northbound I-11 would have 3 general purpose lanes and 2 auxiliary lanes. The Lake Mead Parkway off-ramp would have 1 lane.

Eastbound I-215 to Auto Show Drive. Motorists would take the exit to I-515 N/US-93 N/US-95 N and continue onto northbound I-515. Then, users would take Exit 62 for Auto Show Drive.

Eastbound I-215 would have 3 general purpose (GP) lanes. Northbound I-515 would have 4 GP lanes and 1 auxiliary lane.

Eastbound I-215 to southbound I-11. Drivers would follow eastbound I-215 then use the right 2 lanes west of Gibson Road to take Exit 1 for I-11 South toward Boulder City. Then, they would merge onto I-11 South.

Eastbound I-215 would have 4 general purpose lanes. The eastbound ramp from eastbound I-215 would have 2 lanes.

Eastbound I-215 to I-515 N/US-93 N/US-95. Motorists traveling on eastbound I-215 would use the left 3 lanes to exit towards I-515 N/US-93 N/US-95 N. Then use the left 2 lanes to merge onto I-515 N/US-93 N/US-95 N via the median connector.

I-215 would have 3 general purpose (GP) lanes with 1 planned future lane. I-515 would have 4 GP lanes and 1 auxiliary lane. The eastbound to northbound median connector would have 2 GP lanes.

Eastbound I-215 to Lake Mead Parkway. Drivers would drive on I-215 East, then use the left 3 lanes to take the exit for Lake Mead Parkway. Then, they would use the right 2 lanes to merge with the 2 lanes from the southbound I-515 to Lake Mead Parkway ramp. Four lanes then continue to eastbound Lake Mead Parkway crossing under westbound Lake Mead Parkway to the westbound I-215 bridge.

I-215 would have 3 general purpose (GP) lanes with 1 planned future lane. Lake Mead Parkway would have 4 GP lanes and 1 lane from the I-11 off-ramp. Lake Mead Parkway would have 2 left turns at Eastgate Road and 5 thru lanes.

Southbound I-515 to Gibson Road. Motorists heading south on I-515 would use the left 2 lanes to take exit 23B for I-215 West. Then, keep right to continue onto Exit 2, following signs for Gibson Road.

Southbound I-515 would have 4 general purpose lanes. The median connector ramp from southbound I-515 to westbound I-215 would have 2 lanes.

Southbound I-515 to southbound I-11. Drivers heading south on I-515 would use the right 3 lanes to continue onto southbound I-11 towards Boulder City.

Southbound I-515 would have 4 general purpose (GP) lanes and 3 GP lanes from the median connector split. Southbound I-11 would have 3 GP lanes.

Southbound I-515 to westbound I-215. Motorists driving south on I-515 would use the left 2 lanes to take exit 23B for I-215 West, keeping left to continue toward I-215 West. Then, drivers would continue and merge onto I-215 West crossing under the westbound I-215 from Lake Mead Parkway/Northbound I-11 bridge.

Southbound I-515 would have 4 general purpose lanes. The median connector ramp from southbound I-515 to westbound I-215 would have 2 lanes.

Southbound I-515 to Lake Mead Parkway. Drivers head south on I-515 then use the right 2 lanes to take Exit 23A towards Lake Mead Parkway. The 2 lanes from the exit merge with 2 lanes from eastbound I-215. Four (4) lanes then continue to eastbound Lake Mead Parkway, crossing under westbound Lake Mead Parkway to westbound I-215 bridge.

Southbound I-515 would have 4 general purpose lanes. The ramp towards Lake Mead Parkway would have 2 lanes.

Westbound Lake Mead Parkway to Gibson Road. Users would drive west on Lake Mead Parkway. Westbound Lake Mead Parkway would turn slightly left and crossover eastbound Lake Mead Parkway and become I-215 West. I-215 West would turn slightly to the right and cross over eastbound I-215. Drivers then would head west towards Exit 2, keep right and continue on Exit 2, following signs for Gibson Road.

Lake Mead Parkway would have 5 lanes. Two (2) of the lanes would split towards northbound I-515 and 3 lanes would continue and become westbound I-215. One (1) lane would split towards southbound I-11. The remaining 2 lanes continue and merge with 2 lanes from northbound I-11. Then 4 general public (GP) lanes continue west and merge with 2 lanes from southbound I-515 and westbound I-215 would have 6 GP lanes at Gibson Road.

Westbound on Lake Mead Parkway to southbound I-11. Drivers would head west on Lake Mead Parkway. Westbound Lake Mead Parkway would turn slightly left and crossover eastbound Lake Mead Parkway. It then becomes I-215 West. Users will take the singular left lane to SB I-11.

Lake Mead Parkway would have 5 lanes. Two (2) lanes would split towards northbound I-515 and 3 lanes would continue westbound. Of those 3 lanes, 1 lane would split towards southbound I-11 and 2 lanes continue to become I-215 West.

Westbound on Lake Mead Parkway to westbound I-215. Users would take a slight left on westbound Lake Mead Parkway and crossover eastbound Lake Mead Parkway becoming I-215 West. I-215 West would then turn slightly to the right and cross over eastbound I-215 and head west.

Lake Mead Parkway would have 5 lanes. Two (2) lanes would split towards northbound I-515 and 3 lanes would continue and become westbound I-215. Then, 1 lane would split towards southbound I-11 while 2 lanes continue and merge with 2 lanes from northbound I-11. Four (4) general purpose (GP) lanes continue west and merge with 2 lanes from southbound I-515. Westbound I-215 would have 6 GP lanes at Gibson Road.

Westbound on Lake Mead Parkway to northbound I-515. Driving on Lake Mead Parkway, motorists would use the 2 right lanes towards northbound I-515.

Lake Mead Parkway would have 5 lanes. Two (2) lanes would split towards northbound I-515 and 3 lanes would continue and become westbound I-215.

Existing I-11 to I-515. Flyover view of existing I-11 heading north from Horizon Drive, through the system interchange, continuing north on I-515 to Galleria Drive.

Existing I-215 to Lake Mead Parkway. Flyover view of existing I-215 heading east from Valle Verde Drive, through the system interchange, continuing east on Lake Mead Parkway to Van Wagenen Street.

Existing I-515 to I-11. Flyover view of existing I-515 heading south from Galleria Drive, through the system interchange, continuing south on I-11 to Horizon Drive.

Existing Lake Mead Parkway to I-215. Flyover view of existing Lake Mead Parkway heading west from Van Wagenen Street, through the system interchange, continuing west on I-215 to Valle Verde Drive.

Build Alternative from I-11 to I-515. Flyover view of the Build Alternative starting on I-11 at Horizon Drive, through the system interchange, continuing north on I-515 to Galleria Drive.  

Build Alternative from I-215 to Lake Mead Parkway. Flyover view of the Build Alternative starting on I-215 at Valle Verde Drive, heading east through the system interchange, continuing east on Lake Mead Parkway to Van Wagenen Street.  

Build Alternative from I-515 to I-11. Flyover view of the Build Alternative starting on I-515 at Galleria Drive, heading south through the system interchange, continuing south on I-11 to Horizon Drive. 

Build Alternative from Lake Mead Parkway to I-215. Flyover view of the Build Alternative starting on Lake Mead Parkway, heading west through the system interchange, continuing on I-215 to Valle Verde Drive.  

Overview of existing interchange.

Overview of Build Alternative.