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Nevada Unified Certification Program (NUCP)
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and
Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE)

Certification Review Meeting
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
10:00 a.m.

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Official Notice of Opportunity to Extend Expiration Date for Regional Road Impact Fee (RRIF) Credits

The RTC, Washoe County and the Cities of Reno and Sparks have approved Amendment No. 1 of the 5th Edition RRIF General Administrative Manual which allows the expiration date of existing RRIF Credits to be extended an additional 10 years. The RTC RRIF Administrator has determined that RRIF Credits may be converted between May 10, 2016 and August 8, 2016. In order to participate in the Credit Extension offer, a request for extension must be received by t he RTC no later than 5:00 PM on August 8, 2016. A $500 processing fee will be assessed per Credit Holder.

To request an extension of existing RRIF Credits, submit the RRIF Credit Extension Request Form identifying your accounts and number of credits to be extended along with a check made out to the Regional Transportation Commission to:

Regional Transportation Commission
1105 Terminal Way, Suite 108
Reno, NV 89502
Attn: Julie Masterpool, RTC RRIF Program Manager

To find out more information on the RRIF Program and about Credit extensions, please Click Here. 


With a growing senior population in Washoe County, the RTC has teamed up with the City of Reno and Washoe County Senior Services to help seniors in need. From May 9 to May 30 drop off a NEW item for a senior in barrels located at local businesses and in public buildings. On May 31 from 4 pm to 7 pm bring a donation to Greater Nevada Field, home of the Reno Aces, and help Stuff-A-Bus for Seniors!  Everyone donating at the ballpark will receive a deal for a future Aces game!

List of requested items

Drop off locations include: RTC at 1105 Terminal Way and Reno City Hall



The RTC will begin work on a project to enhance safety at the intersection of Pyramid Way and McCarran Boulevard.  Work began April 4 involves traffic controls.

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View the displays from the Open House


The 2040 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) helps guide improvements in the region, sustaining the economy, increasing livability and accommodating growth.  The document also outlines the guiding principles of the RTC and is developed with extensive public input.  The public outreach process is now underway as the RTC updates the RTP, which is the long-range transportation plan for the region.  Outreach efforts that will be taking place during the next few months include forums for youths, seniors, veterans and on the topics of freight and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  Several public meetings will also be held, and the RTC Board will review the updates for possible adoption later this year.

2040 RTP Community Planning Workshop June 2 5pm-7pm The Discovery Museum

Attend RTP Forums

View Documents from Previous Forums

Technologies Forum to be Announced


Agency Working Group Agenda 5/26/16

AWG Presentation

2035 RTP Appendix A


Throughout 2015, the RTC delivered significant projects, provided safe and reliable transit and planned for the future of the Truckee Meadows.  Many projects and plans that began last year are continuing into 2016 as we work to create safety, improve mobility and connectivity, increase transportation choices and contribute to the region’s economic prosperity.  The projects and programs we deliver were possible because of the public participation and input we had to develop them.  Click here for a look at some of the agency’s accomplishments and a preview of what’s ahead.




A presentation was given to the North Valleys Citizens Advisory Board as the RTC begins an extensive study to examine opportunities for Complete Street enhancements, safety improvements and capacity projects in the North Valleys area. The study involves extensive public outreach with stakeholder and public meetings. The area being studied has experienced significant business and residential growth, and includes major distribution facilities including PetCo and Amazon.  

View the displays from the public workshop held on 2/4:




The RTC began the process of updating the FY 2017-2021 Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP) in November 2015. The SRTP is RTC’s business plan for transit services in our community over the next five years. It also serves as the short range transportation element of the 20-Year Regional Transportation Plan which is now in the process of being updated. Development of the SRTP is a community-based planning process. The SRTP reviews all RTC transit services including: RIDE, RAPID, ACCESS, carpools and vanpools. 
An effective and efficient transit system benefits everyone whether they use public transit or not, and is essential to a vibrant and prosperous economy.  You're invited to participate and share your ideas!  Submit comments to

View the board from the open house on 5/5/16

The draft SRTP will be presented at the RTC Board meeting on July 15, 2016; the final SRTP may be approved and adopted to the August 19, 2016 Board meeting.