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UNLV gets $2.8M for transit center

Posted on July 12, 2010

LAS VEGAS — According to the Las Vegas Sun, the U.S. DOT grant received by the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will be used to connect UNLV to downtown Las Vegas and the northwest valley via the new ACExpress C Line, which will end at the center. In addition, a future Maryland Parkway bus rapid transit line, and possibly the bus lines on Maryland Parkway and Tropicana Avenue, will connect to the center. The grant is one of more than 50 that will split $293 million as part of the FTA’s Urban Circular Grant and Bus Livability programs. For the full story, click here.

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