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RTC provides New Year’s Eve FREE Safe RIDE (sponsored)


The RTC is helping people celebrate responsibly and keeping our roads safe by providing free transit on New Year’s Eve.

Scheduled RTC transit services will be free on New Year’s Eve starting at 6 p.m. until 2 a.m. on New Year’s Day.

The goal of providing this FREE service is to make it easy for people to get to their celebration destinations, to work, or to get home when celebrating on New Year’s Eve. 

If alcohol is part of your holiday, please make sure you plan a safe ride home: designate a sober driver, use a taxi, take the bus, call a designated-driver service, or use a rideshare service. Riding the bus is a safe alternative to getting behind the wheel or trying to walk home while impaired. Let’s look out for each other on New Year’s Eve.

We encourage everyone to ring in 2022 safely and responsibly and we are proud to provide this service that gives residents and visitors a safe transportation alternative.

Keep in mind not all locations are served by transit, so check route and schedule information at rtcwashoe.com to plan a trip.

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The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County, Nevada serves the citizens of Reno, Sparks and unincorporated areas of Washoe County. As the federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization for the region, the RTC provides leadership in planning and implements quality transportation systems to meet the community’s present and future transportation needs. For more information about RTC projects visit rtcwashoe.com and sign up for email updates or call (775) 348-0400. Follow RTC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.




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