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LAS VEGAS — The Regional Transportation Commission
recently paid $2.7 million to engage the urban planning services of Michael Gallis, who will study the Las Vegas Strip corridor and recommend how it can create and pay for a genuine cohesive mobility network, reported City Lab
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Between the visitors and the employees, the Strip hosts an estimated 155,000 people per square mile—a density that approaches that of Manhattan on a business day, with cars remaining the overwhelming transport option. The plan is expected within the next year and a half. For the full story, click here.