(Las Vegas, NV) — How does $2 per ride sound? Holiday shoppers can spend less on their transportation and more on their gift purchases by taking RTC transit.

The RTC has three park and ride facilities that the public can use and they are located throughout the city for easy access, qith an additional transfer terminal near the airport.

They can be found at the following locations:

  • Centennial Hills Transit Center and Park & Ride – located at 7313 Grand Montecito Parkway in the northwest part of the Las Vegas Valley near the U.S. 95 and Durango Drive interchange.
  • South Strip Transfer Terminal (SSTT) – located at 6675 S. Gilespie St. just south of the airport at the corner of Sunset and Gilespie.
  • The SSTT is serviced by multiple RTC transit routes.Westcliff Transit Center and Park & Ride – located at 25 S. Durango Dr., next to Summerlin Parkway.
  • Suncoast Casino – located at 9090 Alta Drive Las Vegas, Nevada in the Summerlin area at the intersection of Rampart and Alta Dr.

In most cases, for as little as $2, valley residents can leave their vehicles at home or park them at any of the park and ride locations and take transit to shopping malls. For information on RTC transit routes, fares and park and ride locations, visit http://www.rtcsnv.com/ or call 702.228.RIDE (7433).


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