RTC Transit Report Card

The RTC’s vision is to provide a safe, accessible, and efficient regional transportation network that enhances the quality of life for Southern Nevada’s residents and visitors. Transit is an important component of this vision, as it help to reduce traffic congestion, while providing access for customers to get to work, school, home and social activities.

According to the National Transit Database, the RTC is ranked #2 in the amount of operating costs recouped through fare revenues (Fare Recovery Ratio) and has the lowest operating cost per passenger for bus-mode only systems. Below are annual highlights of the service.

Bus Routes

2 Strip routes
(Deuce and SDX); 

37 residential routes.

Riders

63,961,848 total ridership, comprised of 12,821,415 riders on the Strip (Deuce and SDX) and 51,140,433 residential riders (all other routes).

Bikes Transported

Passengers brought 612,451 bicycles along for the ride.

Riders with 
Wheelchairs

359,116 passenger trips consisted of riders using a wheelchair or similar mobility device.

Miles Driven

20,362,497 revenue miles, which does not include miles to get from the bus yard to the route and back.









20,362,497 revenue miles, which does not include miles to get from the bus yard to the route and back.













20,362,497 revenue miles, which does not include miles to get from the bus yard to the route and back.




Hours Driven

1,637,421 service hours on the road, which does not include the time it takes to get from the bus yard to the route and back.









1,637,421 service hours on the road, which does not include the time it takes to get from the bus yard to the route and back.














20,362,497 revenue miles, which does not include miles to get from the bus yard to the route and back.













20,362,497 revenue miles, which does not include miles to get from the bus yard to the route and back.




Buses

400 buses make up the fixed route fleet – 55 of which were retired and replaced with new vehicles.







1,637,421 service hours on the road, which does not include the time it takes to get from the bus yard to the route and back.














20,362,497 revenue miles, which does not include miles to get from the bus yard to the route and back.













20,362,497 revenue miles, which does not include miles to get from the bus yard to the route and back.




On-Time

Average on time performance for the year was 86.8%. 282 heat related breakdowns occurred throughout the year.

Bus Stops

There were 3,408 bus stops in our fixed route system at the end of FY 2017. 1,624 of those stops have one or more shelters.

Rider Satisfaction

As of Oct. 23, 2017, 58% Net Promoter Score, which is nearly five times the industry average.

Combined Ridership

Riders with Bikes

Riders with Wheelchairs

Miles Traveled

On Time Performance

Total Service Hours