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[Re]Connect with Transit

Help us count down to new, more accessible transit services throughout Southern Nevada, including two new routes, increased frequency, extended service and a new Game Day Express. Join us at any one of our community events listed below to learn more.  

Thank you to our sponsors and partners for supporting our community and making these events possible:

Event Information
Service Change Information

Countdown Event Schedule

Count down with us at one of our events starting on Sunday, August 1 as we reconnect via transit.

Day 1 – [Re]Connect to Family Fun
Sunday, August 1
12 p.m. – 2 p.m.


Discovery Children’s Museum

360 Promenade Place
Las Vegas, NV 89106  

Learn about all the enhancements to Route 206 – Charleston reconnecting you to more family fun. Don’t miss out on all the activities and giveaways!

RSVP below to receive up to four (4) free tickets while supplies last. Tickets must be picked up in-person on Sunday, August 1, 2021 between 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. Valid ID required. 

Day 2 – [Re]Connect to Health & Wellness
Monday, August 2
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.


Dignity Health St. Rose Dominican, San Martin Campus

8280 W. Warm Springs Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89113

Getting to and from your medical, fitness and overall well-being needs has never been easier, more accessible, or more affordable than it is now with RTC. Join us at this special community event that will include food, giveaways, immunizations, activities and resources from various healthcare partners.

Day 3 – [Re]Connect to the Great Outdoors
Tuesday, August 3
9 a.m. – 11 a.m.


Reunion Trails Park

44 Chapata Dr.
Henderson, NV 89012

Join us as we celebrate the all-new Route 221, offering accessible transit service to all the great outdoor activities the city has to offer. To better reconnect with the outdoors, the RTC will be leading a park clean-up with Get Outdoors Nevada to help ensure our parks are clean and give back to the community. Please RSVP below to reserve your spot and get access to free food, fun, and the chance to win prizes!

 

Day 4 – [Re]Connect to Food & Culture
Wednesday, August 4
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.


Aliante Station & Casino

7300 N. Aliante Pkwy
North Las Vegas, NV 89084

Reconnect to food and culture… via transit! Join us and Aliante Casino for a donation drive to benefit Three Square! Drop off non-perishable food items and the first 50 donors will receive a free boxed lunch. All attendees will receive a free bus pass to try new Route 220 serving the north valley, giveaways and be entered to win a gift certificate to one of Aliante Casino’s many restaurants.

*Donation drop-off area will be in the Aliante Casino parking lot behind the marquee off Aliante Parkway.

 

Day 5 – [Re]Connect to Education
Thursday, August 5
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

UNLV Transit Center – Parking Lot U
4505 S. Maryland Pkwy.
Las Vegas, NV 89154

Join us for a back-to-school drive benefitting the Las Vegas Boys and Girls Club and Wendell P. Williams Elementary School. The first 200 donors will receive a free bus pass to try transit and receive a coupon for a free lunch meal from Raising Canes.

Drop off needed back-to-school supplies, Aug. 5, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Day 6 – [Re]Connect to Summer Fun
Friday, August 6
10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Exploration Peak Park in Mountain’s Edge
9275 S. Buffalo Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89178

Join us for a special event to celebrate RTC-OnDemand, our new ride-share service ordered from the palm of your hand. Learn all about RTC-OnDemand with a last chance summer splash bash featuring a live DJ, giveaways, and water activities. Free food for the first 100 attendees!

 

Day 7  [Re]Connect to Sports
Saturday, August 7
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Las Vegas Ballpark Playstudios Club, VIP Entrance
1650 S. Pavilion Center Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89135

Help us kick off new, more accessible transit services throughout Las Vegas, including routes to professional sports around town with free food, fun & prizes.

Event limited to the first 200 people to RSVP.

RSVP CLOSED – Capacity reached.

Sunday, August 8, 2021 Service Change information

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

The RTC is proposing the creation of the following routes and zone:

  • Route 220 (Ann/Tropical)
    • Traveling east-west across the northern end of the service area, and terminating in the I-15 North & Speedway industrial/warehousing area
  • Route 221 (Cactus/Horizon Ridge/Boulder City)
    • Serving Cactus & Mountain’s Edge area, traveling east-west across the southern end of the service area, and continuing to NV State College & Boulder City (replaces Route 402)
  • Microtransit Zone (Southwest/West Henderson)
    • Implement new on-demand zone to serve remaining transit gaps and supplement fixed-route for short trips

The RTC is making routing adjustments to the following routes:

  • Route 101 – (Rainbow)
    • Extend south to Blue Diamond Road
  • Route 102 (Jones)
    • Extend south to Wigwam Avenue
  • Route 103 (Decatur)
    • Extend south to Blue Diamond Road
    • Extend north to Grand Teton, with a loop to Jones Boulevard, serving the Department of Motor Vehicles
  • Routes 105 (Martin L. King)
      • Modify Northbound routing to use Tropical Pkwy. instead of Ann Road, in combination with launch of new Route 220, to maximize two-way service.
  • Route 119 (Simmons / Koval)
    • Modify route between Sahara & Spring Mtn. to use Sammy Davis Jr. instead of I-15, providing access to Resorts World, Circus Circus, & other destinations.
  • Route 120 (Fort Apache)
    • Extend south to Blue Diamond Road
  • Route 121 (Durango)
    • Extend south to Blue Diamond Road
  • Route 122 (S. Maryland Parkway/West Henderson)
    • With the addition of new Route 221 (Cactus/Horizon Ridge/Boulder City), Route 122 will be adjusted to serve the West Henderson area (St. Rose Pkwy., M Resort area, Raiders Way, etc.)
  • Centennial Express (CX)
    • Extend northwest to Skye Canyon area after serving Centennial Hills Transit Center (CHTC), in combination with new Route 220
  • Downtown & Veterans Medical Center Express (DVX)
    • Modify northbound routing in combination with launch of new Route 220, to maximize more convenient two-way service.
  • Route 119 (Simmons/Koval)
    • Increase Saturday afternoon and late morning frequency to every 30 minutes (currently once an hour on weekends)
  • Route 203 (Spring Mountain/Desert Inn/Lamb)
    • Increase Saturday morning frequency to every 20 minutes (currently every 30 minutes).
    • Increase Sunday afternoon frequency to every 20 minutes (currently every 30 minutes).
    • Start every 20 minute weekday frequency earlier in the morning by adding one additional trip in each direction.
  • Route 207 (Alta/Stewart)
    • Restore weekend service
  • Route 209 (Vegas/Owens)
    • Restore weekend service
  • Route 210 (Lake Mead)
    • Increase Saturday daytime frequency to every 20 minutes (currently every 30 minutes during morning hours & every 25 minutes during afternoon hours)

The RTC is proposing to make additional changes:

  • Route 206 (Charleston)
    • As part of RTC’s effort to improve speed of service through innovation, this route will be redesigned to offer trips that make fewer stops during weekday hours from approx.6 a.m. to 6 p.m., reducing travel times by up to 25%. These added trips will operate every 20 minutes, while trips making all stops will also operate every 20 minutes, providing up to every 10 minute service (a 50% increase in frequency) at stops served by all trips.
    • Bus stops west of Rainbow & east of Nellis will be reduced to every 20 minute frequency. Trips serving these areas will serve major stops only in between Rainbow & Nellis to make trips faster.
    • Some bus stops that are near other stops or are very low ridership will be eliminated or relocated, to help improve speed of service for all customers. This will affect less than 5% of customers along the route.
  • Route 402 (Henderson/Boulder City)
    • To provide more direct connections to Boulder City & CSN Henderson from a larger portion of the Valley, Route 402 will be partially replaced by new Route 221 to Railroad Pass, Boulder City, CSN Henderson, and along Horizon Drive. Other portions of the current Route 402, north of Horizon Drive, will not be replaced. But, service will remain available via other routes at or near all stops along the current Route 402.

Minor timing changes

  • Route 104 (Valley View)
  • Route 106 (Rancho/Centennial Hills)
  • Route 117 (Las Vegas Blvd. South/Silverado Ranch)
  • Route 201 (Tropicana)
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