A 0.709 mile section of Russell Road between Spring Valley and Paradise in unincorporated Clark County is state maintained and inventoried as SR 594. The unmarked route overlays the six-lane arterial east from Polaris Avenue at the New Las Vegas Stadium site (future home of the NFL Raiders) to South Las Vegas Boulevard (former SR 604) by Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. A diamond interchange joins SR 594 (Russell Road) with Interstate 15 midway between the end points.


Nevada 594 west
Russell Road (SR 594) begins and heads west from South Las Vegas Boulevard (historic U.S. 91-466) along the south side of Mandalay Bay resort. Photo taken 03/31/15.
Frank Sinatra Drive comprises the east side frontage road for Interstate 15 north along the Las Vegas Strip. The service road loops southwest from Russell Road to pass under SR 594 at a grade separation adjacent to the freeway. Photo taken 03/31/15.
Russell Road spans both Frank Sinatra Drive and an off-ramp from I-15 north leading into the diamond interchange with Interstate 15. Photo taken 03/31/15.
The northbound on-ramp to Interstate 15 merges onto a collector distributor roadway extending north to SR 593 (Tropicana Avenue). Photo taken 03/31/15.
The southbound entrance ramp joins a c/d roadway leading to the Fish Bowl interchange with Interstate 215 / Clark County Route 215 (Bruce Woodbury Beltway). Photo taken 03/31/15.
Crossing over Interstate 15, drivers headed south to Primm, San Bernardino and Los Angeles, California depart from Nevada 594 (Russell Road) west. Photo taken 03/31/15.
I-215 arcs southeast from the Fish Bowl interchange to Green Valley and Henderson. CC-215 (Bruce Woodbury Beltway) extends west between Spring Valley and Enterprise. Photo taken 03/31/15.
Nevada 594 (Russell Road) passes over Dean Martin Drive, the west service road for I-15, ahead of the state route end at Polaris Avenue. Photo taken 03/31/15.
Polaris Avenue parallels I-15 through industrial areas along a 1.1 mile alignment. Construction on the $1.9 billion, Las Vegas Raiders stadium commenced in September 2017 on a 62 acre site between Russell Road and Hacienda Avenue. The 65,000 seat venue will open in time for the 2020 NFL season.2 Photo taken 03/31/15.

Sources:

  1. "Watch construction of new stadium in Las Vegas." KTNV 13 (Las Vegas, NV), January 15, 2018.


Photo Credits:

03/31/15 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 15
Nevada 604 - Las Vegas Boulevard

Page Updated 07-06-2018.