More access to information if you have to be on the road.
New digital traffic management signs will go live with full functionality on Wednesday, according to a state transportation spokesman.
The Active Traffic Management freeway signs, or ATM signs, are set to be activated fully at 10 a.m. on March 25, the Nevada Department of Transportation says.
Forty-two signs were installed over Interstate 15 from Russell Road to Washington Avenue, as well as over U.S. 95 between Vallew View and Las Vegas boulevards.
The LED signs will give drivers information about crashes, speed limit changes and lane restrictions. The signs were installed as part of Project NEON.
The digital speed limit and HOV portions of the signs were activated last month.
Get there safely.