A phone app makes navigating Project Neon easier

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Fun fact: The official name for the road construction that’s currently consuming the “Spaghetti Bowl” interchange of I-15 and U.S. 95 is “Project Neon,” not “Like I Need This Crap Right Now.” And while the new Project Neon mobile app isn’t likely to take the latter words out of your mouth when you hit those epic rush-hour traffic snarls, it does proffer some good news. It tells you about the latest lane closures; it provides photos and videos of the work in progress; it includes a list of past and future project milestones (another fun fact: the work is 48 percent completed); and best of all, it pushes traffic alerts and construction updates directly to your phone. Download the free app from the iTunes and Google Play app stores.

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