NDOT to break ground on Centennial Bowl II with Bark-Andre Furry, VGK mascot Chance

Bark-Andre Furry and Vegas Golden Knights mascot Chance to attend gorundbreaking ceremony for Phase II of Centennial Bowl Tuesday, Jan. 21. (KSNV)

The $73 million second phase of the Centennial Bowl is breaking ground Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 10:00 a.m.

The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) is holding a ceremony commemorating the start of the project, with local furry hockey fan Bark-Andre Furry and Vegas Golden Knights mascot Chance the Gila Monster.

Those wishing to attend the ceremony must take U.S. Highway 95 north to Buffalo Drive exit. Look out for digital signs and flaggers for directions to the event.

The Centennial Bowl is the area where the 215 Beltway meets U.S. 95, and the project aims to add three freeway ramps.

According to NDOT, the interchange handles 107,500 vehicles per day, which is expected to grow in the future.

Completion for the project is expected in Spring of 2021.

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