Club Ride Program
What is Club Ride?
The RTC’s Club Ride Commuter Services is a free program that helps commuters in the Las Vegas Valley find cheaper and easier ways to get to work or school. Club Ride shows you the alternatives to driving solo to campus, including carpools, public transportation, biking, and more.
Find out all about the Club Ride program.
How do I get started?
UNLV staff and students can sign up at the Parking and Transportation Services office located in the Claude I. Howard Public Safety Building (PSB). It just takes a few minutes to sign up and receive your Club Ride card.
How does it work?
Each time you come to campus using an alternative transportation method (bicycle, bus, carpool etc.), you’ll report your commute by logging onto the Club Ride reporting website, calling the phone number on the back of your Club Ride card and following the prompts, or by sending a text message to short code 41411. View detailed information about reporting your commute.
What are the Incentives?
- Club Ride Rewards. By reporting your commutes each month, you become eligible to win various gift cards.
- Club Ride members receive discounts at several area merchants just by showing their Club Ride card.
How much does Club Ride cost?
There is no cost to sign up for Club Ride!
Please review the UNLV parking regulations prior to parking on campus. All vehicles require a valid parking permit (except lot S).
For more information contact Parking and Transportation Services at 895-1300.
Rules & Regulations
The Parking & Traffic Regulations govern the use and movement of vehicles on the campus of UNLV in accordance with the provisions of NRS 396.110 and NRS 396.435. Nevada state law and Clark County codes governing the movement, operation, and parking of motor vehicles also apply on university property. These regulations and laws are enforceable 24 hours a day throughout the calendar year.
University Parking Advisory Committee
The Parking Advisory Committee at UNLV makes parking recommendations and cooperates with Parking & Transportation Services in effective planning practices. Parking & Transportation Services reports to the associate vice president for administration and is a division of Finance and Business.
The committee, which represents the faculty, staff, and students, reports to and is appointed by the president. Consisting of four faculty members, four professional staff, four classified staff, and six students, the committee meets regularly during the academic year, and written minutes are kept of all meetings.
Nine voting members constitute a quorum, and approval of a majority of those present is necessary for adoption of any action. The chairman is a voting member of the committee, and the committee will appoint a secretary and consultants as needed. The director of Parking & Transportation Services or his/her designated representative will be present at all meetings in a nonvoting capacity.