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Covid-19 Community Updates

The North Lake Tahoe destination is continuing to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak with guidance from public health and government officials, along with tourism-industry partners to ensure the most accurate and timely information is provided.


The North Lake Tahoe Resort Association represents the local business community in regional transportation discussions.  Staff participates in the Truckee North Tahoe Transportation Management Association’s (insert link) monthly meetings.  The team also meets regularly with transit partners to identify innovative, long-term solutions for the unique transportation challenges in and around North Lake Tahoe.

In winter months, the Chamber of Commerce regularly issues weather & travel alerts in conjunction with Caltrans to ensure front-line staff have information to best direct guests. For real-time updates, visitors and locals alike are encourage to download the Caltrans QuickMap App.

Press Release: Winter Transit Initiatives

Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transportation

Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transportation (TART) provides public transportation for the Truckee – North Lake Tahoe region. Their goal is to provide a safe and direct means of transportation service for Truckee-Tahoe residents and visitors. They are committed to providing comprehensive, reliable transit service.

TART routes operate along the west shore of Lake Tahoe from Tahoma to Incline Village, Hwy 89 from Tahoe City to Truckee, and Hwy 267 from Crystal Bay to Northstar and Truckee. Riders can connect to south Lake Tahoe via the Emerald Bay Shuttle, to Sand Harbor via the Sand Harbor Shuttle, and can explore Truckee on the Truckee Local route.

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