Public Transportation Keeps Vegas Tourists Cool

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As triple-digit heat hits Las Vegas, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is running and is geared to specifically transport tourists with buses to help keep travelers cool. 

The RTC has launched an informational and interactive site as an online resource for tourists. The site helps familiarize them with routes, fares, the Las Vegas Convention Center and McCarran International Airport. Route options include the iconic Deuce and Strip & Downtown Express routes.  

The RTC buses run on the resort corridor and make stops near the resorts.  

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