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Paratransit & Accessibility

Paratransit & Accessibility2021-06-09T09:45:58-07:00

Paratransit and Accessibility

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada’s (RTC) paratransit service is a shared-ride, door-to-door program available for those who are functionally unable to independently use the RTC’s fixed-route system either all of the time, temporarily or under certain circumstances. All paratransit customers are eligible and encouraged to use fixed- route services. Paratransit I.D. card holders can ride any fixed-route or express route free of charge.

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Face Mask Policy (REMINDER)

In addition to state mandate, you are now required by federal mandate to wear a face mask while using our service and when on RTC property. Face masks must cover both the nose and mouth. Face coverings with slits/holes, scarves, ski masks and bandanas do not meet federal mandate standards. There are some exceptions to the mandate, including:

  • Individuals who cannot wear a face mask due to a medical condition or disability
  • Individuals who are unable to remove a face mask without assistance
  • Children 2 years of age or younger

Failure to comply may result in denial of boarding and/or removal. Individuals may also be subject to criminal and/or civil penalties, which would be imposed by federal officials and not the RTC or local law enforcement.

CLICK OR TAP HERE to read Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak’s complete mandate.

CLICK OR TAP HERE to read the White House’s complete mandate.

If you do not have a cloth face covering, there are easy ways to make one using inexpensive, common household items. Read instructions or watch a video tutorial to learn how to make your own face covering.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

The RTC is taking the following COVID-19 preventative actions, which will remain in place until further notice:

  • Effective June 7, customers can expect to pay fare for paratransit rides. Fixed route