Traffic Problem or Light Rail Opportunity?
Traffic was jammed up on 1-15 on a slow Wednesday after a holiday. This could be a problem moving forward. OR...
This would be an opportunity to propose a mass transit light rail connecting the airport to the stadium and then to the strip via to our existing rail system at Mandalay Bay. Sorry Uber, Sorry Frias.
Here is the front of the Raider’s stadium. In September 2020 this same spot will be crawling with fans and of course our favorite Marshawn Lynch Mr. Beastmode will be in the house. The construction is on track for the May 2020 completion. Take note of the beautiful new white and blue crane. This is a specialty crane brought in for the heaving lifting. Everyone is in great spirits. Some of the crew were on their lunch break while we were there. It’s really convenient, they bring 3 food trucks and hand the food over the fence. This makes it a lot easier than having to drive all over town for a sandwich. Mortenson and McCarthy take great care of the crew. They have all positive feedback about the company from the crew. Everyone is getting more and more amped up as the opening date approaches.
Iron Work continues to take shape at the Las Vegas Raiders Stadium Project in Sin City, Las Vegas, Nevada. The shape of the stadium skeleton can be visualized as your brain can now fill in the blanks. Weather in Las Vegas this time of year; brisk and dry. The light shines at a more direct angle, giving way to favorable photographic conditions throughout the day.
The Las Vegas Raiders Stadium construction project continues. Steady work and favorable November weather conditions. Skeleton of the stadium takes shape.