Winter transit services have begun in Reno, Truckee and Tahoe |

Winter transit services have begun in Reno, Truckee and Tahoe

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TAHOE/TRUCKEE and#8212; Avoid parking, traffic, be safe and save money and#8230; ride the bus this winter season. All of Tahoeand#8217;s transportation companies and TART are geared up and running through through April 3. Google your way to play or work at

TART will continue hourly service between Truckee, Squaw Valley and Tahoe City; from Tahoma to Incline Village, Nev. and the very popular Hwy 267 TART service will connect Truckee, Northstar, Kings Beach and Crystal Bay. You can purchase an all day pass for $3.50 good for 24 hours. Visit the website for all other rates.

Northstar at Tahoe will provide free service for Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach, Crystal Bay and Incline Village, Nev. to Northstar. 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. Free Night Rider shuttles will serve Northstar, Westshore, Squaw Valley, Tahoe City, Carnelian Bay, Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach and Crystal Bay. Other free ski shuttles include Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Homewood, and Diamond Peak.

The North Lake Tahoe Express Airport Shuttle has increased transfers from Reno, along with great rates.

Funding partners for Winter Transit Season and the North Lake Tahoe Express include Placer County, North Lake Tahoe Resort Association, Town of Truckee, Northstar-at-Tahoe, Sugar Bowl, Boreal, Soda Springs, Squaw Valley USA, N-DOT, Resort At Squaw Creek, Squaw Valley Neighborhood Company, Alpine Meadows, Homewood Mountain Resort, Crystal Bay-Incline Village Visitor and Convention Center, Biltmore, Hyatt at Incline, Donner Ski Ranch, Boreal Ski Resort, Truckee-Tahoe Airport, Best Western Truckee-Tahoe and Cedar Sport Hotel.

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