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Public transit in Nevada ranges from modern Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)
in urban areas to para transit buses providing service to the elderly and
disabled located in remote locations.
Larger transit systems,
operated under the Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO), can be
found in urbanized areas of Nevada such as Las Vegas (Regional
Transportation Commision of Southern Nevada), Reno/Sparks (Regional
Transportation Commision of Washoe County), Carson City, and Lake
Tahoe. Outside of the urbanized areas, many Nevada residents depend
on rural transit systems for connection to the urbanized areas as
well as maintaining their quality of life. Buses in rural Nevada
provide more than 1 million rides and travel over 5 million
miles per year.
The NDOT Transit Section is responsible
for helping in the creation and continuation of these
services by administering the following Federal Transit
Administration (FTA) Grants on an annual basis: Elderly and
Disabled (5310), Rural and Small Urban (5311) and Bus and
Bus Facilities (5339).
grant funding, the NDOT Transit Section provides operating and
capital assistance to several rural and small urban transit
operations statewide including County Transit Providers,
Indian Reservation Transit Services, Non-Profit Transit
Providers, Intercity Providers, Senior Centers, and Non-Profit
Services include general fixed
route public transit, demand response para transit services,
intercity bus services, and daily rides for the elderly and
FTA program specific information and
Vanpooling/Carpooling in Nevada
For more information on Map-21, please
visit Federal Transit Map-21 web-site.
Nevada State Management Plan Federal Transit Administation Program
The Nevada State Management Plan is
for Federal Tansit Administration Program for Rural and Small Urban Areas of
Nevada. The United States Department of Transportation, Federal Transit
Administration (FTA) requires that each state adopt policies and procedures
to be used in administering the FTA Sections, 5303, 5304, 5310, 5311 and
5339 grant programs and publish them in the "Draft
State Management Plan". Public comments will be taken until February 15,
2015. Please email NDOT Transit Manager Michelle Gardner (see below).
NDOT Transit Contact Information