Housing and apartment trends in the neighborhoods around the University of Nevada, Reno
You may have heard, all current students and faculty of the University of Nevada, Reno and TMCC can now ride the city bus (RTC Ride). How does it work?
Your WolfCard university ID, also called the U-Pass, gets you on any public bus in town operated by RTC. For free.
Want to ride to Meadowwood Mall? It's free.
Want to ride to Winco or Walmart? It's free.
Want to ride shopping or eating in Midtown? It's free.
How do you actually use this service?
Based on a test ride performed, we found it was easier than we thought.
You don't swipe the card, or insert it into any machine. You simply show it to the bus driver . . . that's it.
It gets you on and off any RTC fixed-route local bus in town.
No more purchasing passes, or fumbling with change. Simply keep your university ID with you at all times and you can travel the city.
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Mike Cutler is a volunteer with the Reno International House and blogger of the local real estate housing development market in Reno. He likes to give advice for newly arriving students and immigrants, and report on the latest construction and housing needs around the University of Nevada, Reno.