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Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada

The Citizens Area Transit (CAT) system operates a distinctive gold-colored double-decker known as the Deuce bus, covering a route that serves the entire length of Las Vegas Strip and as far north as downtown Las Vegas. Other CAT routes cover the rest of the city including outlying areas like Boulder Highway and Green Valley
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Business Name: Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
Phone: 702/228-7433 Toll free: 800-228-3911
Printable map: Click here
Official Web Site

Comments:
  • The Deuce Bus, a gold-colored double decker, operates the route from downtown, up the entire length of the Strip, to beyond Mandalay Bay.

    Click the official Web site link above for a complete route map and schedules.

  • The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) bus operates routes all over town, including to Green Valley and Boulder Highway. Click on the main link above for a full list of routes and schedules, including printer-friendly maps, plus up-to-date information about scheduled route changes.

FULL ADULT FARES:

The Deuce, 2 hr pass: $5
24-hour all-access pass: $7 (also good on the RTC bus)
Full fare 30-day pass: $65
RTC bus one ride: $2
24-hour residential pass: $5 (all non-Strip routes)
Reduced fares are available for children aged 6-17, seniors over the age of 62, and those carrying valid reduced fare transit ID.

Note: exact fare required -- drivers do not carry cash and cannot make change.


Overall Rating:
  • Currently 2/5

2/5 Rating

Comments (2 comments):
Hideous - Hmmmmm (07/18/2014) - 1 out of 5 stars
How the RTC allows abrasive, belligerent, rude, and condescending, unhelpful and racist bus drivers (typical afro-american) to drive on the strip is baffling. It's bad enough the busses are late and times are never as indicated especially on their website or Google maps, they have this craziness. Save your time and mental health, take a cab. Besides, LVA hasn't updated the rates which have gone up in 2013 for using the RTC.

Never On Time - threeyearvet (07/11/2013) - 1.5 out of 5 stars
The RTC buses are almost never on time. They get worse in the summer when the buses break down frequently due to the heat. Several times I've waited 45 minutes or more for a bus that is supposed to arrive every 18. A few times I was even late for work due to this.

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