5 Benefits of Interstate 11 Project for Ascaya Residents

Henderson, once a hardworking blue collar community that got its start as a major magnesium producer leading way in supporting U.S. forces during World War II. The city continues to strive for progression beyond its neighboring communities in the Las Vegas Valley.

Henderson is a city apart from the blurred boundaries of other communities in the Southern Nevada Valley most refer to as Las Vegas.

This picturesque is Ascaya’s hometown. The city is just south of the Las Vegas Strip in Green Valley and offers more than just gorgeous desert sunsets, exclusive luxuries and great entertainment.

5 Benefits of Interstate 11 Project for Ascaya Residents

1. Interstate 11 Project

The construction of Interstate 11 is under way, linking Las Vegas to Phoenix and could eventually stretch from Mexico to Canada.

With the projection of alleviating traffic and cater to better quality roads and increased safety for Henderson commuters.

“It marks the first new infrastructure to the 47,856-mile Interstate Highway System since it was deemed complete in 1992.”

 

2. Henderson Trail System Expansion

Interstate 11 Project is also undergoing the creation of a steel prefabricated pedestrian bridge.  The bridge will connect the River Mountains Loop Trail and the Henderson trail systems.

 

3. Easy Access to Boulder City

There is also projections of building a 1.5-mile-long asphalt frontage road linking Henderson with the Railroad Pass interchange, from southbound Interstate 11 to eastbound U.S. 93 toward Boulder City.

This is great news for locals seeking a quick getaway to the gorgeous town of Boulder City just 11 miles from Henderson.

 

4. Shuttle Services In The Near Future

Boulder City is in collaboration with Henderson in regards of connecting the Nevada Southern Railway between the two cities.

The city of Henderson is prompting Boulder City to offer shuttle service for city events.

The railroad will be just a few hundred yards from the upper end of Water Street and City Hall located in Henderson.

 

“A Place Called Home” for Ascaya Residents

Here at Ascaya it is not only in the enchanting cobblestoned paths circling atop the McCullough Mountain overlooking the best views in the valley. Ascaya residents anticipate the complemented benefits of living in the most exclusive homesite in Southern Nevada located in the City of Henderson.

 

By,
Susan Kocab

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