lake tahoe transit
Whether you are on your way to work or play, using transit in North Lake Tahoe and Truckee is easier than ever. For visitors and residents with plans to spend the day at one of the region's many ski resorts, shuttles are convenient and FREE! They're the perfect solution for families with varied interests. Homewood Mountain Resort will take $5 off the cost of a lift ticket for skiers and boarders who ride TART to the resort. All TART buses have racks to accommodate snowsport equipment. There is a new winter connection between North Lake Tahoe and Truckee via Northstar on hwy. 267, and all Truckee routes connect to Northstar and Sugar Bowl. Most large employers offer special incentives like free fares and meal and merchandise discounts to employees who ride TART or the Truckee Trolley to work. Alpine Meadows, Northstar-at-Tahoe and Squaw Valley USA employees can ride a free daily employee shuttle that departs downtown Reno at 6:30am daily starting December 14. Contact individual resort transportation departments for details. Using transit is not only cheap and convenient, it's a great way to reduce automobile emissions, helping to protect our fragile alpine lake environment. Remember, when traveling in the mountains schedule delays may occur due to weather, traffic or other conditions.
For more information call: 530-582-4964 or Go Here for online schedules

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