LTCC's Mobility Hub located near the Main Building is the main charging station for Tahoe Transportation Service electric buses. TTD buses frequently pass through campus, and riders can use these routes plus the free Lake Link microtransit system to access all of the South Shore, for free!
Lake Tahoe Community College provides free and ample parking on campus in several
lots. To access the Main Building, library, or Physical Education buildings, use the
Main Parking lot on the south end of campus. Soccer players and fans can also use
this lot, or the Community Playfields lot accessible from Al Tahoe Boulevard to easily
access the synthetic and turf fields.
The Tahoe Transportation District provides free rides on all its routes serving the South Shore community and beyond. TTD buses can connect riders to popular South Lake Tahoe destinations, and to Minden/Gardnerville, Carson City, and to the Reno-Tahoe International Airport.
TTD has real-time bus tracking and live predictions of all bus routes through the Transit App. This app can be downloaded through the Apple App Store or Google Play. Real-time predictions can also be viewed online.
Bicycles can be transported on all TTD fixed and commuter express routes if the bus in service is equipped with a bike rack. If the bike rack is full, bicycles may be transported inside the bus if there is space available. For more information about TTD, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (530) 541-7149.
The Lake Link Free Microtransit Service is a new, free service that operates 365 days per year, from 7am-9pm each day (until 10pm on Fridays & Saturdays in summer and winter). This is an app-based (Apple Store and Google Play), on-demand shared ride service that services the casino corridor in Stateline, NV to LTCC's Mobility Hub off of Al Tahoe Blvd. and Pioneer Trail. A portion of the Lake Link vans are wheelchair accessible. Bike and ski racks are also available. Riders can bring any recreational or picnic items with them that will fit under their seat. Service animals are allowed; all other pets are not. Riders can access trails, beaches, entertainment, nightlife, commute or run errands on the South Shore of Lake Tahoe for free. Connect with Tahoe Transportation District’s routes (also free!)