“Number of people transported is more important than number of vehicles transported” – National Transportation Policy, 2005, India”

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As a growing metro area, Las Vegas residents often need to drive or take the bus to reach their destinations, whether those be work, school or errands. These distances mean greater amounts of fossil fuel emissions, and consequently greater pollution and environmental degradation. However, these effects can be mitigated, either through the adoption of reduced-emission vehicles, the investment in infrastructure, or the development of incentive programs to change transportation habits.

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Organizations working on transportation in Southern Nevada:

“The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is a regional entity that oversees public transportation, traffic management, roadway design and construction funding, transportation planning and regional planning efforts known as Southern Nevada Strong.”

Nevada Department of Transportation’s mission:
“Provide, operate, and preserve a transportation system that enhances safety, quality of life and economic development through innovation, environmental stewardship and a dedicated workforce.”

“The mission is simple: To deliver a customer experience that makes visitors want to return with their family and friends.”

“Las Vegas Monorail carries nearly 5 million people every year. The Monorail is completely electric and runs zero emissions trains. In 2018, the Las Vegas Monorail aided in the annual removal of an estimated 2.1 million vehicle miles from Southern Nevada’s major roadways. 2.1 million miles is equal to more than 9 trips to the moon.”