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The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is asking for public comment on proposed changes to its transit services because of COVID-19.
Traffic deaths have been a big concern in Nevada, especially in Clark County.
The massive, billion-dollar freeway development known as Project Neon is finally near
The number of traffic deaths in Nevada continues to rise.
Could a multimillion dollar budget shortfall be blamed on increased use of Uber and Lyft instead of RTC buses?
RTC general manager Tina Quigley joins us to talk about buses, autonomous vehicles and more.
For years, there’s been talk in Clark County of developing Maryland Parkway.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Transit planners are beginning to study ways to get traffic to-and-from a 65,000-seat domed stadium when it's completed near the Las Vegas Strip.
RTC general manager Tina Quigley tells us what the agency has planned for 2018.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Authorities say one man is dead after he was struck by a public transit bus in Las Vegas.
The victim of the Tuesday crash has not yet been identified.
Officials say surveillance cameras inside city buses will give Las Vegas police real-time access to them.
The sharing of publicly funded bikes is a relatively new concept popping up in major cities for both convenience and to cut down on traffic.
If you’ve gone to visit cities like Washington D.C., Chicago or New York lately, you’ve likely seen commuters getting around on two wheels.
The Regional Transportation Commission is again looking at ways to improve safety at its bus stops.