The RTC is beginning the process of moving an effluent line in relation to the SouthEast Connector project on March 9. People in the area may notice increased construction-related activity taking place north of Pembroke Drive across the street from...
The U.S. Green Building Council is honoring the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County for its commitment to the environment and sustainability. The RTC was selected to receive the USGBC Nevada Community Organization Award.
In partnership with the Northern Nevada Center for Independent Living, the Regional Transportation Commission provides free mobility travel training. Transit is an affordable, safe and convenient way for seniors to maintain their independence.
The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program enables small businesses, businesses owned by women and disadvantaged businesses to compete with major corporations for construction work and other projects.
Regional Transportation Commission Executive Director Lee Gibson will testify before Members of the United States Congress July 22 on “Building Economically Resilient Communities: Local and Regional Approaches.”
The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County is announcing the reopening of the multi-use path along the Truckee River in Sparks, Nevada.
OnJune 30, crews plan to reopen the Truckee River Trail through Sparks from Cottonwood Park to...
With gas prices near $4 a gallon, the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County is inviting you to Dump the Pump! As part of this national movement, people may ride RTC transit services for free on June 19.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County is asking for the community’s help to stuff a bus with essential supplies for local seniors – and those making donations will receive a great deal to see the Reno Aces.