Clark County Route 215 North and East (Inner Loop)

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Clark County 215 North
Clark County 215 (Las Vegas/Bruce Woodbury Beltway) advances 0.30 miles north from a parclo interchange (Exit 28) with Summerlin Parkway to meet Lake Mead Boulevard next. Photo taken 07/22/17.
This confirming marker for CC-215 is posted on the approach to Exit 29 (Lake Mead Boulevard). Lake Mead Boulevard extends eastward from CC-215 to North Las Vegas. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Two lanes separate from the Bruce Woodbury Beltway to Lake Mead Boulevard (Exit 29). Locally, Lake Mead Boulevard connects to the Trails neighborhood and the age restricted Sun City Summerlin, both within the master planned community of Summerlin. Photo taken 07/22/17.
The Las Vegas Beltway turns eastward to meet Hualapai Way (Exit 35) in six miles. Lone Mountain Road (Exit 32) otherwise meets Clark County 215 three miles ahead at a diamond interchange. Photo taken 07/22/17.
The Fossil Ridge mountain range dominates the scene as northbound Clark County Route 215 descends 300 feet in elevation toward Cheyenne Avenue (Exit 30). Cheyenne Avenue is the final exchange for Summerlin. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Cheyenne Avenue borders Sun City Summerlin to its north as the arterial travels east through Las Vegas. Cliff Shadows Parkway continues north from upcoming Exit 30 to Lone Mountain Road. Photo taken 07/22/17.
The Bruce Woodbury Beltway (CC-215) bends north as two lanes depart for Exit 30 (Cheyenne Avenue and Cliff Shadows Parkway). Nevada 574 overlays a 10 mile section of Cheyenne Avenue between U.S. 95 and Nevada 612 (Nellis Boulevard) in eastern Las Vegas. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Clark County 215 advances from Cheyenne Avenue (Exit 30), traveling between Astoria at Lone Mountain and Sierra Crossings subdivisions en route to Lone Mountain Road. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Alexander Road spans Clark County 215 on a 2003-built bridge. Photo taken 07/22/17.
The upcoming diamond interchange (Exit 32) with Lone Mountain Road opened to traffic May 2018, as part of a $92.4 million project to build a new section of CC-215 to Hualapai Way (Exit 35).1 Photo taken 07/22/17.
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Scenes showing construction of the future connection between CC-215 (Bruce Woodbury Beltway) and Lone Mountain Road.
Lone Mountain Road travels east from Cliff Shadows Parkway to Camino Al Norte at Craig Ranch Regional Park, meeting CC-215 at Exit 32 near Lone Mountain Regional Park. Photos taken 07/22/17.
One mile advance sign for Ann Road posted along Clark County 215 north.
This at-grade section of beltway between the approach to Lone Mountain Road and Ann Road will be removed near the completion of the project. Photo taken 07/22/17.
The Las Vegas/Bruce Woodbury Beltway enters an S-curve near milepost 33 on the approach to Ann Road. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Ann Road (Exit 33) extends east from CC-215 (Bruce Woodbury Beltway) into northern reaches of Las Vegas near the U.S. 95 (Oran K. Gragson) freeway. The local arterial concludes at Tropical Parkway within the city of North Las Vegas. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Hualapai Way (Exit 35) will meet the Las Vegas Beltway (CC-215) in 1.5 miles. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Clark County 215 shifts eastward as it travels under Centennial Parkway. Centennial Parkway follows the beltway to the south to the exchange with U.S. 95 (Exit 38). Photo taken 07/22/17.
Traffic departs for the diamond interchange (Exit 35) with Hualapai Way. This segment of Hualapai Way extends north from Centennial Parkway to Skye Canyon Park Drive, and is discontinuous from the section that runs through Summerlin. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Clark County 215 East
This confirming marker stands beyond the entrance ramp from Hualapai Way (Exit 35). CC-215 continues along this eastern component of the beltway to its end at Interstate 15 in 15 miles. Photo taken 07/22/17.
One half mile out from Durango Drive (Exit 37) along CC-215 east.
The freeway portion temporarily ends through the exchange with U.S. 95 (Oran K. Gragson Freeway) one mile ahead. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Durango Drive (Exit 37) travels north to connect with U.S. 95 near the Centennial Springs neighborhood of Las Vegas. Otherwise the local road continues southward to Tropical Parkway near the Canyon Creek North neighborhood. Photo taken 07/22/17.
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CC-215 east tapers down to an undivided roadway as it crosses over Grand Montecito Parkway ahead of U.S. 95 north and south (Oran K. Gragson Freeway). Locally dubbed the Centennial Bowl, the exchange presently consists of a mix of high speed and at-grade ramps between the two freeways. Photos taken 07/22/17.
A wide berth will accommodate future travel lanes for the Las Vegas Beltway and additional high speed ramps connecting to/from U.S. 95. The multi-year, mulit-phase project to upgrade the Centennial Bowl into a systems exchange is projected to conclude by 2022 at the earliest.2 Photo taken 07/22/17.
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Currently at-grade ramps provide connections from CC-215 east to U.S. 95 south and north. Plans to remove the at-grade intersections will begin Fall 2018 and continue into the remaining phase of the project.3
U.S. 95 overlays the Oran K. Gragson freeway south to Downtown Las Vegas and Henderson. Photos taken 07/22/17.
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The U.S. 95 (Oran K. Gragson) freeway underpass presently carries all traffic for CC-215 (Bruce Woodbury Beltway). Separate spans will be built as part of the build-out of the Centennial Bowl interchange. Photos taken 07/22/17.
Motorists bound for U.S. 95 north to Indian Springs and Tonopah will use Sky Pointe Drive ahead at a signalized intersection.
Completed July 2017, the highest flyover of the exchange opened to traffic, connecting Clark County 215 west to U.S. 95 south via a 60 foot high, 2,500 foot long ramp.2 Photo taken 07/22/17.
Sky Pointe Drive makes the necessary connection to U.S. 95 north from eastbound CC-215 until the final flyover ramps are built. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Confirming marker posted as eastbound CC-215 advances from the Centennial Bowl exchange to Jones Boulevard (Exit 40). Photo taken 07/22/17.
Jones Boulevard joins the Bruce Woodbury Beltway (Clark County 215) with the Carson Ranch and Copperfield subdivisions in one mile. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Aliante Parkway meets CC-215 east 2.25 miles ahead at a diamond interchange (Exit 43) near the master planned community of the same name. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Provisions are already in place for additional lanes along this stretch of CC-215. Photo taken 07/22/17.
A single lane ramp leaves for Jones Boulevard (Exit 40) as CC-215 advances east. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Traffic partitions for north and south Jones Boulevard. Jones Boulevard extends south to Rancho Drive (SR 599) and north to Iron Mountain Road. Photo taken 07/22/17.
An auxiliary lane briefly joins eastbound CC-215 between Jones Boulevard (Exit 40) and forthcoming Decatur Boulevard (Exit 41). Photo taken 07/22/17.
Bradley Road passes above the Las Vegas Beltway (CC-215) 3.5 miles out from Revere Street (Exit 45). Photo taken 07/22/17.
Several developments line Decatur Boulevard on either side of the diamond interchange (Exit 40) with Clark County Route 215 east. Decatur Boulevard travels south to meet Rancho Drive (SR 599) at the northwest corner of North Las Vegas Airport (VGT). Photo taken 07/22/17.
Eastbound CC-215 curves northeast to meet Aliante Parkway next. Photo taken 07/22/17.
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The Bruce Woodbury Beltway travels under Aviary Way ahead of the departure to Ailiante Parkway (Exit 43). North 5th Street joins the beltway with North Las Vegas in 3.25 miles. Photos taken 07/22/17.
The Aliante Casino and Hotel rises in the distance on the quarter mile drive to Aliante Parkway. The hotel/casino opened by 2008 on 40 acres of land in the northeast quadrant of the diamond interchange. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Traffic leaves for Exit 43 (Aliante Parkway) along Clark County 215 east. Aliante occupies over 1900 acres north of the beltway and includes the age restricted (55 and older) Sun City Aliante in addition to the hotel and casino. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Clark County Route 215 kinks back east en route to Revere Street. The freeway otherwise ends in two miles beyond Exit 46 (North 5th Street). Photo taken 07/22/17.
A two lane ramp separates from CC-215 (Bruce Woodbury Beltway) east for Revere Street (Exit 45) south. Though the diamond interchange was completed by October 20164, Revere Street remains closed to through traffic.5 Photo taken 07/22/17.
Parting shot of the ramp partition for Revere Street along CC-215 east. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Revere Street crosses the Las Vegas Beltway mainline 1.5 miles ahead of the current end of the freeway. A future planned project will upgrade the remaining at-grade intersections to interchanges.6 Photo taken 07/22/17.
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CC-215 advances eastward to Exit 46 (North 5th Street). Losee Road stems south from a signalized intersection 1.25 miles ahead. Photos taken 07/22/17.
North 5th Street (Exit 46) travels south along a multi lane divided arterial to El Campo Grande Avenue in North Las Vegas. Further south, North 5th Street ties into Las Vegas Boulevard to Downtown Las Vegas. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Speed limits reduce from 65 mph as CC-215 (Bruce Woodbury Beltway) proceeds east from Exit 46 onto the non-freeway portion of the beltway. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Clark County 215 widens out on the approach to Losee Road. These approaches will serve as on and off ramps once interchanges are in place along this segment of the beltway. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Losee Road extends south from the Bruce Woodbury Beltway to Craig Road (SR 573) before running parallel with I-15 to Lake Mead Boulevard. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Reassurance marker standing along CC-215 east beyond Losee Road. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Range Road meets the Las Vegas Beltway at a surface crossing ahead of Interstate 15 in three miles. Photo taken 07/22/17.
CC-215 expands outward toward Pecos Road near milepost 48 Photo taken 07/22/17.
This portion of Pecos Road leads 2.4 miles south from Clark County 215 to Washburn Road. Separate sections continue to Las Vegas and Henderson.
The North Las Vegas VA Medical Center otherwise occupies the southeast corner of this intersection. Photo taken 07/22/17.
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The Bruce Woodbury Beltway (CC-215) proceeds east one mile to Lamb Boulevard south. Photos taken 07/22/17.
The Las Vegas/Bruce Woodbury Beltway concludes 2.25 miles ahead at a diamond interchange with I-15. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Eastbound CC-215 curves to meet Lamb Boulevard at a signalized intersection. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Lamb Boulevard extends south from the beltway to Sunrise Manor located west of Nellis Air Force Base. SR 610 overlays Lamb Boulevard south of an interchange with I-15 to SR 604 (North Las Vegas Boulevard). Photo taken 07/22/17.
The final confirming marker for Clark County 215 stands east of Lamb Boulevard. Photo taken 07/22/17.
CC-215 east turns southeast two miles ahead of the exchange with Interstate 15 and U.S. 93 (Exit 51). Photo taken 07/22/17.
A series of transmission lines span across the Bruce Woodbury Beltway one mile out from Range Road. Photo taken 07/22/17.
Eastbound Clark County 215 spans Pacific Union rail lines under pass on the final mile to I-15 and U.S. 93 Photo taken 07/22/17.
Range Road serves several industrial businesses as it curves southeast under I-15, otherwise the local road extends north to the Nevada Army National Guard complex for Clark County. Photo taken 07/22/17.
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Clark County 215 (Las Vegas/Bruce Woodbury Beltway) concludes its 51-mile course around the Las Vegas metro area as lanes split for I-15 & U.S. 93 south (Exit 51A) to Downtown Las Vegas and north to Salt Lake City.
U.S. 93 breaks from Interstate 15 north in 12 miles for Ely. Photos taken 07/22/17.

  1. CC-215 Beltway, Craig Road to Hualapai Way - official website.
  2. "New flyover ramp at the Centennial Bowl interchange opens July 12", Las Vegas Review-Journal (newspaper), June 12, 2017.
  3. Future Phases - U.S. 95 Northwest Corridor Improvements Project - official website.
  4. Las Vegas Beltway Wikipedia page.
  5. "Waiting on Revere", Las Vegas Review-Journal (newspaper), September 23, 2017.
  6. Public Works: Clark County 215 Beltway - official website.

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07/22/17 by AARoads

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Page Updated 06-23-2018.