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More than 50 million vehicle trips are made into, out of, and within the Basin annually. Particulate matter from roadways and parking lots accounts for 70% of the particulates entering Tahoe which is a significant factor in declining Lake clarity.

JOIN THE MOVEMENT TO DITCH CARS FOR SAFER STREETS AND A CLEANER LAKE TAHOE.

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Share the views and tips from your ride on Tahoe transit services for a chance to have your photo featured on Tahoe Transportation District Social pages. #TakeTahoeTransit.

Why #TakeTahoeTransit?

It's Clean

FEWER CARS = LESS CARBON.
Do your part to clean up the lake and ditch your car in exchange for a more efficient ride.

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Save cash and stay safe all while avoiding parking hassles. Ride with us for free.

It's Easy

Download Transit from the app store to plan your trip and get real-time updates on your bus route. Available for apple and android devices.

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Find Your Route

Select the bus icon when routing your trip in Google Maps to see a comprehensive, interactive ride map to guide you from point to point.

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Share your trip around Tahoe by posting to your Twitter or Instagram account about your ride with #taketahoetransit.

TOGETHER, WE CAN REDUCE THE NUMBER OF CARS ON THE ROAD AND KEEP THE LAKE CLEAN.

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Tahoe Transportation District and the community at Lake Tahoe appreciate your support and stewardship.

ABOUT TAHOE TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT

Tahoe Transportation District

TTD was established in 1980 through a bistate compact. Its mission is to facilitate and implement safe, environmentally positive, multi-modal transportation plans, programs and projects for the Lake Tahoe Basin, including transit operations. It is responsible for projects including the East Shore Trail which will someday span Tahoe’s East Shore from Stateline to Crystal Bay to provide equitable access to the lake, the Fanny Bridge/SR 89 Community Revitalization Project at Tahoe City’s famously congested ‘Y,’ the roundabout that serves Incline Village, Crystal Bay and Mount Rose at the intersection of Highway 431 and State Route 28, as well as several other noteworthy improvements to Lake Tahoe’s regional transportation systems and design. It works in partnership with the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and regional transportation authorities.

For more information, visit TahoeTransportation.org.

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