Rainbow Boulevard (Las Vegas)
|Maintained by NDOT|
|Length||5.495 mi  (8.843 km)|
|South end||Tropicana Avenue in Spring Valley|
|North end||US 95 in Las Vegas|
SR 595 begins at Tropicana Avenue and proceeds north along Rainbow Boulevard for 5.495 miles (8.843 km) to U.S. Route 95 (at the interchange locally known as the "Rainbow Curve"). The state-maintained portion of Rainbow Boulevard is a designated portion of the National Highway System. 
Rainbow Boulevard begins south of Blue Diamond Road ( SR 160) in Clark County and continues north to Horse Drive in northern Las Vegas.  Prior to the completion of Durango Drive north of Blue Diamond Road, Rainbow Boulevard was one of only two roads west of I-15 that connected Blue Diamond Road with the developed areas to the north. The other road was Dean Martin Drive (formerly Industrial Road). Decatur Boulevard and Fort Apache Road would soon join them in this distinction. 
Rainbow Boulevard was originally known as Lorenzi Boulevard north of Westcliff Drive. The road got its current name sometime after US 95 (Oran K. Gragson Freeway) was built within the area (a separate Lorenzi Street exists just east of it, from Westcliff to Charleston).
In January 2003, the southern terminus of SR 595 was at State Route 160 (Blue Diamond Road), giving the highway a total distance of 10.846 miles (17.455 km). By January 2006, the highway had been truncated to its current terminus at Tropicana Avenue.
The entire route is in Clark County.
|Spring Valley||0.00||0.00||Rainbow Boulevard continues south|
|Tropicana Avenue||Southern terminus of SR 595; former SR 593 east|
|Flamingo Road (SR 592 east)|
|Las Vegas– Spring Valley line||Sahara Avenue||Former SR 589 east|
|Las Vegas||Charleston Boulevard ( SR 159)|
|5.5||8.9||US 95||Interchange; northern terminus of SR 595; US 95 north exit 81B, south exit 81; ramps from US 95 south include direct entrances from Summerlin Parkway ( SR 613)|
|Rainbow Boulevard continues north|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
RTC Transit Routes 101: Rainbow and 219: Craig (continuations of each other north and west respectively) function on this road.
- Nevada Department of Transportation (January 2017). "State Maintained Highways of Nevada: Descriptions and Maps". Retrieved March 10, 2017.
- AAA map Las Vegas Map 2006
- AAA map Las Vegas Map 1996
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