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North Tahoe/Truckee winter transit services begin Dec. 11

Sun staff report

KINGS BEACH, Calif. and#8212; Tahoe Area Regional Transit begins winter service on Dec. 11, officials announced Friday, offering a number of free shuttle services in addition to its $3.50 per-day regular route rate.

TART will continue hourly service between Truckee, Squaw Valley and Tahoe City; from Tahoma to Incline Village; and the Highway 267 service will connect Truckee, Northstar, Kings Beach and Crystal Bay.

Northstar-at-Tahoe will provide free service for Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach, Crystal Bay and Incline Village to Northstar, according to a TART press release. Furthermore, the town of Truckee will provide free service to Donner Summit from Henness Flat, Truckee Train Depot, Donner Lake to Donner Ski Ranch, Sugar Bowl, Soda Springs and Boreal.

The free Night Rider shuttle program also begins Dec. 11, serving Northstar, West Shore, Squaw Valley, Tahoe City, Carnelian Bay, Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach and Crystal Bay.

The winter transit season ends April 3. An all-day TART pass costs $3.50. Learn more at http://www.laketahoetransit.com.


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