April 12, 2013
Free and incentive-based, it is geared to help residents find ways to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality and mobility by encouraging them to use — and report — commuting alternatives such as carpooling, biking, walking or using transit to and from work.
March 19, 2013
The five-year contract includes service along the resort corridor of Las Vegas Boulevard as well as the Deuce on the Strip as well as the Strip and Downtown Express routes.
February 11, 2013
Funds for the acquisition efforts will be available starting July 1, 2013, and the city and RTC anticipate the entire process — from surveying to project completion — to take between one to two years to complete.
December 6, 2012
Agency leaders highlighted two decades of progress and improvements to the RTC transit system that carries nearly 60 million passengers throughout the valley annually.
May 21, 2012
Changes to paratransit services include at least a 50% discount for seniors and disabled riders and unlimited paratransit fares will be switched to 46-trip per month coupon books, effective July 2013.
February 24, 2011
The Sahara Express will be another addition to the RTC’s expanding network of rapid transit services. The project will feature solar powered transit shelters, ticket vending machines, elevated station platforms, and improvements to traffic signals that will improve travel for both cars and transit operations.
April 27, 2010
During the first quarter of 2010, 11 new employers brought commute options to employees by joining Club Ride Commuter Services, bringing the total number of partners to 254.
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