The BluGo public bus service for Tahoe’s South Shore has three lines that provide service on the south end of Lake Tahoe. Route 50 is appropriately named, as it runs almost exclusively on U.S. Highway 50 (which is also Lake Tahoe Boulevard through most of the City of South Lake Tahoe) from the South Y Transit Center through South Lake Tahoe and Stateline to the Kingsbury Transit Center. Route 53 is similar but departs from Lake Tahoe Boulevard at Al Tahoe Boulevard and zigzags its way to Johnson and Glenwood and then along Ski Run to meet up with Pioneer Trail, which it follows back to the junction with Highway 50 and on over to the Kingsbury Transit Center. Route 23 has its base in the Heavenly Village and Stateline Transit Center area and follows Highway 50 through Stateline to Kingsbury Grade where it climbs up the hill to the Heavenly Stagecoach Lodge and the Ridge Resorts at the top of the mountain and then back down again. For bus travel farther into Nevada, the 20x line runs from the Stateline Transit Center up over Kingsbury Grade and into Carson Valley, while the 21x line travels from the Stateline center along U.S. Highway 50 along the East Shore up over Spooner Summit and into Carson City. Travel between Carson City and Minden/Gardnerville in the Carson Valley is available on the 19x.
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