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March 4, 2014

Las Vegas RTC survey examines transportation habits

Will identify what transportation investments are critical in Southern Nevada and take place in two phases — the first from March to May and the second from August to October.


July 30, 2012

Nevada’s RTC to service new VA medical center

The Downtown & Veterans Medical Center Express, an express commuter bus transit service from downtown Las Vegas to the new VA Medical Center, will operate seven days a week between 5 a.m. and midnight and will accommodate ADA paratransit riders.


September 21, 2011

Las Vegas paratransit to keep pass, increase fees

The fee will change from a variable charge based on time of day and distance traveled to a flat fare. A plan to eliminate monthly passes to save money was thwarted by a public outcry.


August 29, 2011

Las Vegas previews 2 new BRT routes

The new Henderson & Downtown Express route and the Boulder Highway Express route were funded in part by ARRA and will provide faster service and enhanced connectivity throughout Southern Nevada. Both routes are scheduled to begin service on Sept. 18.


July 15, 2009

Veolia to continue operating Las Vegas bus system

Will operate RTC of Southern Nevada's “MAX” bus rapid transit service and “Deuce,” double-decker buses that run along the Las Vegas Strip through September 2011.


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