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About the Henderson Interchange Project
The Henderson Interchange was originally constructed between 2004 and 2006, when Clark County had a population of approximately 1.5 million residents. Today, Clark County’s population has increased to more than 2.2 million residents. As a result of this growth, the Nevada Department of Transportation will improve the Henderson Interchange to accommodate increased traffic demands. The Henderson Interchange Project is needed to address roadway deficiencies that could contribute to crashes and travel delays, restore connectivity, and accommodate regional and local plans.
The project area is from Galleria Drive on I-515 to Horizon Drive on I-11, and from Valle Verde Drive on I-215 to Van Wagenen Street on Lake Mead Parkway.
The purpose of the project is to:
- Eliminate existing roadway deficiencies in the Henderson Interchange and surrounding roadways;
- Provide transportation improvements to serve existing and future growth areas;
- Restore local traffic connectivity; and
- Accommodate regional and local plans.
The reimagined interchange is a crossover style interchange with the east-west lanes crossing over/under each other east and west of the interchange.
Project costs for the improved interchange are estimated to be $350 – $400 million.