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Be Heard: Transit Officials Planning Next Five Years | KUNR

By ThisIsReno

The Washoe County Regional Transportation Commission is holding public open houses this week to get feedback on what transit services are most important to the community.

The Washoe County transit system is running at a deficit of $1 million a year. RTC Spokesman Joe Harrington says that along with rider fares, sales tax revenues help pay for transit.

“Fortunately, as our area has really recovered, sales tax revenues keep coming in better and better than expected,” he says. “So any potential cuts we might have to make look to be further and further out in the future.”

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