2020 Transit Service Change2020-07-30T18:23:21-07:00
We Want to Hear from You

2020 Transit Service Change

The RTC Transit System is experiencing a severe drop in funding as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. To adjust for this loss in revenue, the RTC is considering making system-wide service changes in fall 2020, that may impact you.  Proposed changes include multiple route eliminations, routing adjustments and schedule changes. 

Before we make any of these service changes, we want to hear from you.

Please share your feedback via a brief survey by Friday, August 28 or join us at one of four public meetings for a chance to win a 30-day pass.

VIRTUAL MEETINGS

YouTube Virtual Public Meeting
Tuesday, July 28, 2020, 5-7 p.m.
RTC Youtube channel

Transportation Access Advisory Committee (TAAC)
Wednesday, July 29, 2020, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
RTC Youtube channel

IN-PERSON MEETINGS

Wednesday, August 5, 2020, 7-9 a.m. & 5-7 p.m.
Bonneville Transit Center (BTC)
101 E. Bonneville Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101

 

 

Step 1. Review proposed service changes
Step 2. View interactive map
Step 3. Take brief survey
Resources

Step 1. Review proposed service changes

Review proposed transit service change details below. Please click to expand each section below for specific details.

The RTC is proposing the elimination of the following routes:

Please take our short survey to leave a comment if these proposed eliminations will affect you.

  • Route 207 – Alta/Stewart – Download 207 Handout
    • Access to adjacent Routes 206 Charleston, 208 Washington, & 215 Bonanza, as well as multiple north/south intersecting routes remains
  • Route 209 – Vegas Dr./Owens – Download 209 Handout
    • Access to adjacent Routes 208 Washington and 210 Lake Mead, as well as multiple north/south intersecting routes remains
  • SDX – Strip & Downtown Express – Download SDX Handout
      • Service replaced by Deuce on the Strip extension and mall/government center shuttle
  • WAX – Westcliff Airport Express – Download WAX Handout
    • Some service replaced with Centennial Express (CX) route adjustment

The RTC is proposing routing adjustments to the following routes:

Please take our short survey to leave a comment if these proposed changes will affect you.

  • Route 104 – Valley View/Arville – Download 104 Handout
    • Route to remain on Valley View between Russell & Twain, eliminating service along Arville.
  • CX – Centennial Express – Download CX Handout
    • CX would no longer serve Spring Mtn. @ Las Vegas Blvd, Howard Hughes Pkwy, or Flamingo & Maryland, but instead would now serve Tropicana @ Las Vegas Blvd. & McCarran Airport Terminal 1 (in addition to current Terminal 3 service).
    • Express service to/from Centennial Hills & Downtown Las Vegas, UNLV, & McCarran Airport would not be affected.
  • Deuce on the Strip – Download Deuce Handout
    • Operate current Deuce A.M. routing to South Strip Transit Terminal & Las Vegas South Premium Outlets 24 hours a day.
    • Operate a shuttle to Las Vegas North Premium Outlets/Symphony Park area.
  • HDX – Henderson Downtown Express – Download HDX Handout
    • The HDX will be shortened to run only between Water Street and Boulder City.  It will no longer run to Downtown Las Vegas or the Sunset & Stephanie area.
    • The route may run a little more frequently, possibly every 40-50 minutes.
    • The route will stay on I-11, bypassing Nevada State College (NSC).  NSC area will continue being serviced by the BHX-B. 
    • The Paratransit service area will be reduced by .27 miles.  Current paratransit customers in that area will all be grandfathered into the service.
  • SX – Sahara Express – Download SX Handout
    • Eliminate SX-A service along Nellis & Lake Mead Blvd. SX-A would stay on Sahara to Hollywood, terminating at Hollywood & Vegas Valley
    • Nellis & Lake Mead Blvd. to continue being served by other routes; no bus stops closed
    • Modify SX-B service accordingly by slightly shortening the route, terminating at Cabana & Desert Inn
    • SX service west of Nellis would not change.

Please take our short survey to leave a comment if these proposed changes will affect you.

  • Route 122 – S. Maryland Pkwy / Horizon Ridge – Download 122 Handout
    • Reduce weekday daytime frequency to about every 50 minutes
    • Frequency would remain once an hour during evenings and weekends.

Possible routine, minor timing changes may occur to these routes

Please take our short survey to leave a comment if these proposed changes will affect you.

  • Route 106 – Rancho/Centennial Hills
  • Route 108 – Paradise
  • Route 109 – Maryland Parkway
  • Route 117 – Las Vegas Boulevard/Silverado Ranch
  • Route 119 – Simmons/Koval
  • Route 203 – Spring Mountain/Desert Inn/Lamb
  • Route 208 -Washington
  • Route 214 – West D Street
  • Route 215 – Bonanza
  • Boulder Highway Express (BHX)
  • Route 101 – Rainbow
  • Route 102 – Jones
  • Route 103 – Decatur
  • Route 105 – Martin L. King
  • Route 110 – Eastern
  • Route 111 – Pecos / Green Valley Pkwy.
  • Route 113 – Las Vegas Blvd. North
  • Route 115 – Nellis / Stephanie
  • Route 120- Fort Apache / Rampart
  • Route 121 – Durango / Buffalo
  • Route 201 – Tropicana
  • Route 202 – Flamingo
  • Route 206 – Charleston
  • Route 210 – Lake Mead Blvd.
  • Route 212 – Sunset Rd.
  • Route 218 – Cheyenne
  • Route 219 – Craig
  • Downtown Veterans Medical Center Express (DVX)

Step 2. View interactive map of changes

To help better visualize proposed changes, please view the interactive map below.

Alternative routes are available nearby for many of the proposed eliminations & modifications. You may wish to review the current System Map for reference.

Step 3. Complete brief survey

In order to qualify for the 30-day bus pass, you must provide your email address at the end of the survey below. The survey and comment period will remain open until 5 p.m. Friday, August 28, 2020.

 

Resources

To better help understand the proposed service change, please view or download any of the documents below.

Download the rideRTC app

Plan your trips. Get your tickets. Flash your phone. Hop on board.

Download the App

Receive the latest RTC news

Get news, updates and insider information from the RTC.

Subscribe to Our Blog

Plan your trip with us

Check out the latest schedule and route information.

Plan Your Trip