Topic : Las Vegas

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AAA, Keolis launch nation’s 1st public self-driving shuttle in Las Vegas

Mobility| November 7, 2017

The shuttle is the country’s first autonomous shuttle to be fully integrated with “smart city” infrastructure, communicating with traffic signals to improve safety and traffic flow.

Despite funding issues, projections good for Las Vegas/SoCal HSR

Rail| August 9, 2017

XpressWest could draw about 21% of the total travel market by 2024 and 27% of the market by 2050.

Rail| June 12, 2017

Las Vegas light rail project to airport gets OK to seek funding

Under one bill signed by the governor, the RTC has until the end of 2020 to ask Clark County voters whether sales taxes should be increased to help pay for the proposed 8.7-mile transit system

Management & Operations| April 18, 2017

Nevada senate approves bill that could advance Las Vegas light rail plan

The bill would give local officials new authority to seek tax hikes or federal grants to finance developments and explore the use of self-driving cars.

Security and Safety | March 27, 2017

Shooting on Las Vegas bus kills 1, ends after 4-hour standoff

A stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard from the Flamingo hotel south to Harmon Avenue was shut down and area hotels were not letting guests leave through front doors. The shooting prompted the Cosmopolitan to initially tell its guests to shelter in place.

Rail| March 15, 2017

Las Vegas seeks permission to build light rail linking airport to 'The Strip'

The proposal heard in the Senate Transportation Committee would give local officials new authority to seek tax hikes or federal grants to finance an expanded portfolio of major transportation developments.

Mobility| January 11, 2017

Navya, Keolis launch driverless public transit vehicle pilot in Las Vegas

The public will be able to ride on the shuttle Jan. 11 to 20, as it travels along east Fremont Street between Las Vegas Boulevard and Eighth Street, with regular street traffic.

Mobility| January 11, 2017

[Video] A look at Las Vegas' driverless Navya Shuttle

Navya and Keolis partnered with the City of Las Vegas to launch first driverless public transit vehicle to operate in the U.S.

Mobility| January 5, 2017

Las Vegas summit highlights tech revolutionizing mass transit

Speakers focused on current actions making the emerging technology of advanced mobility a reality, including specific accomplishments and successful public/private partnerships.

Mobility| December 12, 2016

Las Vegas strip transit service losing ridership to Uber, Lyft

RTC has watched bus ridership gradually decline along the Strip ever since state regulators allowed Uber and Lyft to operate in September 2015.

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