Rider Alerts & Detours

Current Rider Alerts, detours, bus stop closures, and service to events in the area are posted below for your convenience. If you would like to be notified when new Rider Alerts & Detours, bus stop closure or service to an event is posted, please use our “Subscribe To Page” link to subscribe to e-mail updates.

For more information, please call RTC customer service office: (702) 228- RIDE (7433).

Rider Alerts

2016 UNLV Football Transit Service

Service for the UNLV football games at Sam Boyd stadium will be provided by Route 601 and Route 602.  Route 601 provides continuous “loop" service from Tropicana Ave. east of Boulder Hwy. to Sam Boyd Stadium, approximately every 20 minutes. Route 602 provides express service from the Las Vegas Strip and the UNLV Main Campus area to Sam Boyd Stadium. Those traveling from the Las Vegas Strip can board Route 602 at the transit stop located on East Tropicana Ave. at Las Vegas Blvd. (adjacent to the Tropicana Hotel). Residential fares apply to Route 601 & 602. However if you will be traveling along the Las Vegas Strip it is recommended that you purchase a Strip & All Access pass to ensure coverage on all RTC Transit routes, including the Deuce on the Strip and The Strip and Downtown Express.

Current Detours

Route 109 Detour (Airport Area) Revised Oct 19th, 2015Oct 31st, 2016

Due to a Route 109 – Maryland Parkway detour associated with road

construction, transit stops along George Crockett Road will not be served

until approximately April 2016. Alternative service is located along

Warm Springs Road (Route 217) and along Gilespie Street

(Routes 109, 117 and 217).



Tue. Oct 20th,  2015 through at least Apr 16th,  2016 at 1am 

Route 109 NB:


From the SSTT

Right Gilespie,

Right Hidden Wells

from the rightmost left hand turn lane - Left Las Vegas Blvd

Merge left to the rightmost left hand turn lane - Left George Crockett

Merge Left onto the EB I-215 entrance

Merge right onto the McCarran Airport Connector


Abbreviations Used:

BOR – Back on route