If you decide to drive down near or attend the game, or even pass through Las Vegas this weekend, you should consider the traffic situation.
I heard from some veteran attendees of different Super Bowl games who mentioned that somehow the excitement of the game equates to higher risks on the road. Some sources opine that this weekend will be more crazy than New Year's Eve traffic.
If you have been to Las Vegas for former events you know that there are hot spots that you should be more careful around. Obvious locations include the strip and Allegiant Stadium, but as you know sometimes I-15 can become congested as incoming or outgoing fans make their migration.
If you plan on being in the area Clark County has released an app to give you traffic updates. This app will give you updates on construction projects and can be used to update users with changes in traffic if unexpected events occur. It could be a real benefit to Utah fans who find themselves in the Las Vegas area.
To get the app you simply text SBLV to 31996.
Chairman of the Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee’s transportation sub-committee Michael Naft, said,
This service will be a great tool to alert motorists about impacts during the arrival of Super Bowl Week and the Big Game.
Keep up to date on the traffic score as the game progresses if you plan on spending the game in Las Vegas or driving through Las Vegas.
Let’s go Chiefs, or 49ers, or Usher in the halftime show. Whatever is driving you to the game let’s get you there and home safely.
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