The demolition of the Walker Furniture warehouse is one of the first visible signs of Project Neon.
The state is widening the interstate and overhauling the Spaghetti Bowl. NDOT is working to fix two parts of the freeway system that are causing major motorist headaches.
First, the Spaghetti Bowl which can be a traffic nightmare. And second, I-15 at Sahara which averages 15 to 20 accidents a day.
They are going to build an HOV flyover lane and that's why the iconic Walker furniture warehouse is history. The 53,000 square foot building which stood along I-15 for 26 years had become an iconic mile marker for commuters slugging their way through Spaghetti Bowl traffic. The warehouse had to go because it was in the way of the project.
"Once Project Neon is complete, we will have 22 miles of continuous carpool lanes between 95 and I-15," said Tony Illia, NDOT... Read More