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April 8, 2013

RTC breaks ground on UNLV transit center

Scheduled to open this fall, the 6,460-square-foot facility is located within walking distance of key facilities, including the Thomas & Mack Center, Cox Pavilion, and various academic and administrative buildings.


June 11, 2012

Las Vegas high-speed system rebranded

Recently, the Los Angeles Metro and DesertXpress signed letters committing to work together to define what would be necessary to deliver high-speed rail service between Los Angeles and Las Vegas through the High Desert Corridor between Victorville and Palmdale to connect with existing rail service.


October 12, 2011

Las Vegas RTC launches tourist-friendly website

Ridethestrip.com highlights the cost-effective, reliable and modern public transportation alternatives to and from McCarran International Airport, the Las Vegas Strip and downtown Las Vegas.


July 12, 2010

UNLV gets $2.8M for transit center

The U.S. DOT grant, received by the RTC of Southern Nevada, will be applied to connecting UNLV to downtown Las Vegas and the northwest valley via the new ACExpress C Line. Additionally, a future BRT line will connect the campus and the transit center.


January 19, 2010

Las Vegas Monorail files Chapter 11

Monorail officials said last month that they had three options: Negotiate an agreement with bondholders without filing for bankruptcy; file for bankruptcy with the bondholders’ blessing; or file without a new agreement in place.


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