The Boulder City Bypass is a small piece of the Canada-to-Mexico Interstate 11 project. This piece will provide a reduction in truck traffic through Boulder City. It will also improve local traffic circulation while providing improved operations for trucks from U.S. 95 to U.S. 93.
Many roads today are accommodating only to the motor vehicles, and most are undesirable for bicyclist and pedestrian use. As the roadways have widened, traveling by foot or bicycle has become less safe. Developing a complete street design can provide a balance of safety and mobility for everybody that uses the roadway. Elements that make up the complete street include widening sidewalks, constructing dedicated bicycle lanes, bus turn outs, intersection improvements, pedestrian/bike crossing improvements, and median improvements.