RTC SNV introduces Tap & GO, a new app feature offering convenient single-ride fare purchases for all routes, enhancing the transit experience for residents and visitors in Southern Nevada.
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The $2 million federal funding will allow RTC SNV to prototype a cloud-based traffic system that optimises traffic signal timing to support emergency vehicles and buses in Las Vegas, improving intersection safety and efficiency.
This roundtable brings together key experts to discuss how the industry can work to deliver seamless and enjoyable passenger journeys in order to encourage more people to choose to travel by public transport, as well as to ensure the loyalty of those who already do.
In order to make transit more accessible for customers, RTC SNV has expanded its cash-to-mobile programme, as well as introduced new web-based payment portals and upgraded fixed route fare validators.
The Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Council will work to educate policymakers, regulators and transportation stakeholders on the benefits of hydrogen fuel cell electric buses.
MJ Maynard, CEO of RTC Southern Nevada, discusses why contactless payment systems are not always the best for everyone, and explains how her authority is making sure everybody has the means to ride RTC in Las Vegas.
The service combines RTC buses, the Las Vegas Monorail, RTC Bike Share, and first- and last-mile operators like Uber and Lyft.
The region’s rapid growth and booming tourism industry means the public transport system must remain up-to-date with passengers’ demands and mobility needs…
Tina Quigley, General Manager of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC), discusses the RTC’s innovative mobile ticketing app, rideRTC, and how the app has been improved with the use of strategic partnerships.