Mobility Training Center
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada’s (RTC) Mobility Training Center (MTC) is designed to help Southern Nevadans, especially senior residents and persons with disabilities, move more independently throughout the community. At the MTC, citizens learn how to best utilize RTC fixed route transit services, as well as obtain Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Paratransit certification, providing them with independence and the freedom to travel to various destinations throughout Southern Nevada.
About Mobility Training
RTC Mobility Training is a free one-on-one or group training program to help persons with disabilities and senior citizens learn to use RTC fixed route transit service safely by developing skills and confidence needed to travel independently. The MTC features modern classrooms and an assessment center to provide firsthand transit boarding and farebox experience. The rich learning environment of the MTC will arm individuals with the necessary tools to access public transportation that will take them to jobs, appointments and social activities.
About ADA Paratransit Certification
RTC ADA Paratransit services are available to people who experience physical, cognitive, or visual impairments and are functionally unable to use the RTC’s fixed route transit services independently. All who request eligibility for Paratransit services must be certified and participate in a functional ability assessment.
This 14,700-square-foot facility is located at the RTC’s Sunset Maintenance Facility: 5165 W. Sunset Rd. in the southern part of the valley. The RTC’s transit Route 103 – Decatur provides service to the facility.