Photo: Marco Verch/Flickr

Photo: Marco Verch/Flickr

LAS VEGAS — The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is investigating how it uses surveillance video and vehicle advertisements, a week after a fatal shooting and barricade situation on a public bus shut down the Strip hotel-casino district for hours, the Las Vegas Sun reported.

During the barricade, authorities were uncertain if there were any victims held hostage and struggled to get a good view of the suspect inside because a white vinyl advertising wrap that covered one side of the bus, including the windows, the report said.

The transit agency is searching for an alternative material to improve visibility from the outside and is looking into adding live access to its video monitors, according to the Las Vegas Sun.

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