RTC mobile website allows bus riders to track routes
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) launched "Ride Tracker" Wednesday.
"Ride Tracker" is a new GPS-based, mobile website that will enable transit riders to easily see when buses are due to arrive.
"More and more people are carrying smartphones and want to be able to get information about their commute," said Tina Quigley, RTC general manager.
The new mobile website will provide transit riders with up-to-date information about their transit commute, by giving them the ability to view and check the status of all routes servicing a stop.
Customers can also view a vehicle's current location along a route via a Google map that can be continually refreshed to show the vehicle's progress.
The new mobile website can also show riders the five closest stops to their current location.
Currently, more than 57 million residents and visitors use the RTC for various transit needs annually.
RTC's new mobile website is free to use.
For more information on "Ride Tracker" click here.