Where is the RTA bus in New Orleans?
Get to and from the Airport. Hop the RTA’s 202 Airport Express, which travels from the airport terminals to Elk Place at Canal Street in downtown New Orleans. The fare is $1.50 and the bus makes 9 daily trips to New Orleans. For more information, you can visit the New Orleans RTA website here:
How much does it cost to ride the bus to New Orleans?
The fare is $1.50 and the bus makes 9 daily trips to New Orleans. For more information, you can visit the New Orleans RTA website here: If you plan on riding the bus often during your stay, check out Jazzy Pass options to make your trips quicker and cheaper.
How can I find the RTA bus route?
With their handy Trip Planner you can find what routes to take to get to your destination. You can find out exactly when your bus will arrive with the Transit Tracker. And you can download the free RTA GoMobile app to pay for your fare instantly on your phone. Check out the RTA’s website at www.norta.com.
Keep your finger on the pulse of all things RTA by following us on Social Media, subscribing to our rider newsletter, or signing up for an RTA account. Hey, we get it! Sometimes you leave stuff on a bus or streetcar by accident. You can give our Lost and Found team a call at (504) 827-8399 or visit us at 2817 Canal Street, New Orleans LA, 70119.
What kind of clothes do they wear at RTA?
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Where can I buy RTA denim for women?
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Is the Regional Transit Authority committed to non-discrimination?
The Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is committed to a policy of non-discrimination in the conduct of its business, including its Title VI responsibilities, and to the delivery of equitable and accessible transportation services. For more information, click here. To file a complaint, click here .