Club Ride is a FREE program of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) designed to improve air quality and encourage the use of commute alternatives to work such as carpooling, vanpooling, riding transit, walking, bicycling, motorcycling, telecommuting, and compressed work weeks.
Club Ride offers employers and commuters solutions that save time, improve air quality AND money.
Club Ride Rewards
Winners Every Month!
Club Ride Rewards is an incentive program designed to encourage commute alternatives. The program is simple! Join Club Ride and report your daily alternative commute (carpooling, vanpooling, riding public transit, walking, motorcycling, telecommuting, bicycling, and compressed work week day off) to a Clark County employer. You will be eligible to win $10, $20, $25 and even $50 gift cards – winners selected every month! Plus, transit riders can win one of five 30-Day RTC bus passes every month!
Club Ride Honored with Awards
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) presented Club Ride with the 2015 Clean Air Excellence Award in the category of Community Action. This national award recognizes innovative state, local, tribal and private sector programs that protect health and the environment, educate the public, serve their communities and boost the economy.
Club Ride received top honors in the Best Workplaces for Commuters Race to Excellence. Best Workplaces for Commuters is a program established by the University of South Florida’s National Center for Transit Research. Club Ride received the “Best Of” award for Commuter
TRANSIT RIDERS! Check out our transit-rider promotion, The Bus is a Plus! If you are a Club Ride member and you ride the bus to work, you could win a 30-day RTC bus pass every month!
New to Club Ride?
Report your carpool, bus, bike, vanpool, walk, motorcycle, telework and or your day off from a compressed work week. If you work four 10-hour shifts, you can report one day a week as a green commute. Compressed work weeks benefit employers, employees, and the environment! Learn more about compressed work week reporting HERE.