In the year since Las Vegas introduced Bike Share, riders have taken more than 18,000 trips around Downtown, traveled nearly 60,000 miles and reduced carbon monoxide exhaust by more than 56,000 pounds. That’s all from a mere 180 bicycles scattered across 21 stations around Downtown. Now, the RTC (Regional Transportation Commission) wants to make Bike Share better by moving some stations and possibly adding new ones. Should they add stations by the Stratosphere, the Regional Justice Center or in the new Medical District? You have until November 30 to share your thoughts via a quick two-question survey at rtcbikeshare.bcycle.com.
In one week, nearly 370 people signed on with their support.
But this time, we’re on the right track.
“We have the power to change every policy and make every elected official work for us, but they cannot see division among us.”
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