August 2022 Service Change2022-07-31T18:57:18-07:00
Service Change

Transit Service Change – Sunday, August 7, 2022

In an effort to restore transit service and better serve the valley’s transit customers, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) will operate modified weekday schedules Monday through Friday beginning Sunday, Aug. 7 on all routes.

While the RTC is not yet able to return to full service levels, transit service changes will include increased frequency, updated schedules, and other minor changes in an effort to improve service quality.

At this time, there will be no routing changes – only schedule changes to improve performance. Service updates were prioritized based on the severity of previous service reductions, challenges in staying on time, and overall ridership.

SERVICE CHANGE DETAILS

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

In an effort to improve timeliness and offer shorter wait times for customers, 8 routes will have re-timed schedules and increased frequency:

  • Route 105 (Martin L. King)
    • Increase weekday daytime frequency to 25 minutes (currently 30 minutes on Saturday schedule)
  • Route 110 (Eastern)
    • Increase weekday daytime frequency to 20 minutes (currently 22-27 minutes on Saturday schedule)  
  • Route 206 (Charleston)
    • Increase weekday daytime frequency to consistently 15 minutes (currently 20 minutes during some morning hours on Saturday schedule)
    • All Route 206 trips will continue serving all stops at this time (no blue/gold designation)
  • Route 208 (Washington)
    • Increase weekday daytime frequency to 30 minutes (currently 30 – 60 minutes on Saturday schedule)
  • Route 215 (Bonanza)
    • Increase weekday daytime frequency to 25 minutes (currently 30 minutes on Saturday schedule)
  • Route 217 (Warm Springs/Lake Mead)
    • Increase weekday daytime frequency to 30 minutes (currently 60 minutes on Saturday schedule)
  • Boulder Highway Express
    • Increase weekday daytime frequency to 15 minutes (currently 20 minutes during some morning hours on Saturday schedule)
  • Downtown & Veterans Medical Center Express
    • Increase weekday daytime frequency to 30 minutes (currently 60 minutes on Saturday schedule)

To improve timeliness and reliability, the following 10 routes will have changes in trip times. Please confirm specific departure times online or via the rideRTC and Transit apps:

  • Route 210 (Lake Mead)
    • An extra trip will be added to provide additional capacity at a specific time.
  • Route 212 (Sunset)
    • Three additional trips will be added during the busiest morning hours. Trip times will also change.
  • Route 221 (Cactus/Horizon Ridge/Boulder City)
    • Route will return to normal weekday schedule to accommodate intersecting routes.
  • Route 103 (Decatur)
    • Route will have a new schedule to resume serving the Mobility Training Center during business hours of approximately 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

System Map – effective Aug. 7

 

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