Whether you’re traveling across town for work, school, shopping, a medical appointment or recreation, JAC is a safe, reliable and cost-effective way to get around. Please take some time to browse our website, where you'll find information about JAC routes, schedules, fares and much more. For a summary of the JAC transit system, click here to open the JAC Fact Sheet.
Download our free mobile application to locate a bus, find the nearest bus stop, see arrival times, schedules, fares, and more!
If you have questions, comments or suggestions, please call us at (775) 841-RIDE (7433).
Or e-mail us at JAC@carson.org.
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JAC's "10 Years Serving Carson City" Bus in the October 31, 2015 Nevada Day Parade.
NEW PASSES (valid July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018) are now available. If you've completed an enrollment form within the last year, you may stop by the Senior Center Finance Office to simply confirm your information is still current and re-sign the form. If you wish to obtain a new pass, you will need to complete a new form and submit it to the Senior Center Finance Office.
Interested in advertising on our transit buses or shelters? Go to our Bus/Shelter Advertising page for more information!
EVENING SERVICE UPDATE August 26, 2016: The WNC evening service (7:30 - 10:00 P.M.) provided by JAC will continue to operate under the taxicab voucher program. During the 2016-17 school year, students who need transportation home can use a voucher, which can be obtained at the WNC Bookstore, along with a $1.00 fare to pay for a ride home anywhere within Carson City. Please note these vouchers have changed, and vouchers from the 2014-15 school year will no longer be accepted. Anyone looking to use this service will be responsible for contacting the cab company (Capitol Cab -- (775) 885-0300) to arrange for transportation--there will be no taxis staged at WNC. Call JAC at (775) 841-7433 for more information.
Update 9.23.16 -- Notice of Potential Transit Service Route Elimination and Service Changes: The Tahoe Transportation District (TTD), which operates the BlueGo transit system, has announced the suspension of service on Route 21x, and is developing changes to service on Routes 19x and 20x in order to accommodate Route 21x passengers. The service changes will go into effect on October 2, 2016. These routes provide service between Carson City, South Lake Tahoe, and Douglas County. For information and the official notice, click here.