Interstate 11 (Boulder City Bypass)

  1. Nevada Department of Transportation - Phase 1

    The first phase of Interstate-11 involves traffic improvements to U.S.93 in the Boulder City, Nevada area. The proposed project limits are between a western boundary at the end of Interstate 515 on U.S. 93/95 in Henderson near the Foothills grade separation approximately one mile north of the Railroad Pass Hotel and Casino and an eastern boundary on U.S. 93, approximately 4.7 miles west of downtown Boulder City.

  2. Regional Transportation Commission - Phase 2

    The project will include the design and construction of a four-lane access-controlled freeway with a new interchange at US-95 and a reconfigured interchange at the US-93/SR-172 Hoover Dam Exit. Major project elements will include extensive rock excavation, nine bridges, a scenic view parking area overlooking Lake Mead, drainage culverts and environmental mitigation. A portion of the project will be constructed through a ridge of the El Dorado Mountains.

  3. Air Quality Monitoring

    This web page will show how the I-11 project has setup air sampling to monitor particulates while more than 5 million cubic yards of rock and earth are moved.