Western America has not built a single mile of new Interstate constructed since 1980. Here's how Las Vegas and Phoenix teamed up build one which they desperately need.

Back in the 1950s and 60s, America used to build thousands of miles of Interstate highways each month. But over the past 40 years, western America has not seen a single mile of new Interstate constructed.

This is how Las Vegas and Phoenix teamed up to finally start building one which they desperately need.

Road Guy Rob

Road Guy Rob

Rob is a 12-year veteran public radio reporter and talk show producer. Other staffers at the station called him the "road guy" because he kept running off to cover all the transportation stories. Rob has degrees in Geography (BS, 2010) and Civil Engineering (MS, 2018).

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