February 28, 2006, 5am PST
Planners in one of the fastest growing cities in the country are proposing a transit-supportive land use plan that will link public investment in transit with private investment in land development.
August 20, 2005, 1pm PDT
The proposed $70 million facility in Henderson is under fire from nearby residents.
July 1, 2005, 2pm PDT
Officials finally all agree that the new design will be less vulnerable to a truck bomb blast.
December 28, 2004, 7am PST
The four-mile monorail reopens Christmas Eve, ending a 107-day shutdown because of mechanical problems.
August 7, 2004, 5am PDT
The search for new developable land pushes out beyond the Las Vegas Valley.
July 2, 2004, 9am PDT
After several delays, the four-mile, $654 million Las Vegas monorail is set to open to the public on July 15th.
March 1, 2004, 9am PST
An editorial by the Las Vegas Review-Journal concludes from a recent study that the costs of smart growth are too high.
February 2, 2004, 5am PST
As housing prices in Las Vegas begin to push out the middle class, even Sin City starts to think about inclusionary zoning
June 17, 2003, 3pm PDT
Southern Nevada's Regional Transportation Commission receives environmental approval for a four-mile $650M monorail extension.
January 14, 2002, 12pm PST
Yucca Mountain, Nevada has been designated the world's first repository for high-level nuclear waste.
December 13, 2001, 10am PST
A columnist for the Las Vegas Review-Journal scoffs at Kunstler's scathing review of Las Vegas.
May 12, 2001, 8am PDT
Electronic freeway signs around Las Vegas are the first part of the a planned traffic management system intended to relieve congestion in the booming state.
August 8, 2000, 7am PDT
Las Vegas is not a sprawling city of low density and endless miles of asphalt, according to a study that compares Las Vegas to five other cities.