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Sunday, August 15, 2010

RATES/ HOW AND WHERE TO BUY BUS PASSES
updated June 2010

WHAT BUS PASSES COST:
Fares and the use of vending machines is explained in various links at this site:
http://www.rtcsouthernnevada.com/transit/fare_passes.cfm

A NOTE ON 24 HOUR PASSES:

There are two 24 hour passes. One is the All Access pass. One is the General Market   pass. The General Market is cheaper, meant for people who are not going to ride the Deuce or ACE.
the General Market 24 hour pass is especially cheaper for ID carrying seniors.  $2 versus $7 per day when a senior chooses an all access pass.  Hopefully, soon there will be a 24 hour reduced fare for seniors  purchasing the All Access 24 hour pass.  Presently the 3 day senior option is the best bargain.

BUYING FROM TICKET VENDING MACHINES


For the ACE you will have to buy tickets ahead.  No ACE drivers will sell tickets, and the RCT is hoping folks will buy Deuce tickets as well from the vending machines. Upcharge fees also need to be bought from the vending machines.

Locations listed on the RCT website:



Ticket vending machines sell and validate full-fare, reduced-fare, one-day and one-ride passes and soon will both sell and validate 3 day passes as well.

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