The crash occurred Saturday night near South Nellis Boulevard and East Tropicana Avenue.
The studio is the third advertiser to display its wares on the Sphere’s 4-acre exterior LED screen.
A male rider exited the bus and started to walk on the sidewalk east toward Pearl Street when a Nissan Sentra jumped the curb and hit a street light pole and then the man.
Conditions will take a sharp turn south beginning Saturday.
The crash occurred around 7:35 p.m. at Nellis Boulevard and Harris Avenue.
The new store sits next to the original and revered market off Martin Luther King and Lake Mead boulevards.
Road work will close the 215 Beltway in both directions at the Centennial Bowl in the northwest valley.
It wasn’t yet clear what caused the closure.
Gas prices in Las Vegas averaged $5.218 a gallon on Monday, according to AAA, jumping more than 5 cents a gallon since Thursday.
Two men died Sunday following two separate crashes in the northeast and western Las Vegas valley.
The man exited the car after the crash and ran a short distance before collapsing, police said.
Neighbors of a man who said he was disfigured in a pipe bomb explosion at his home said he wanted to blow up his wife’s possessions.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal won 61 Nevada Press Foundation Awards, including a first place award for general online excellence.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal clinched 61 awards — the most awards of any news organization — at the state’s top contest honoring digital and print journalism.