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Hail a cab

Taxi rides aren’t usually too hard to come by when traveling to Stateline on New Year’s Eve, but after the clock hits midnight they become a scarce commodity.

Tahoe Keys Taxi is bringing in six 10-passenger vans for the crowds this year, in addition to its three regular cabs. The fare for the vans is $10 per head for trips around South Lake Tahoe and to Meyers. The best way to catch one of the vans is either at Raley’s, Tahoe Tom’s, or the Union 76 station near Stateline.

Yellow Cab is putting 18 taxis out on the street. The best way to catch a ride, according to a dispatcher, is at any of the casinos’ valet services, and with the old fashion flag-down on the street.

A spokesperson for Ace Taxi said they were unsure how many cabs they would have in service and didn’t have any tips for reaching them during the post-party rush.

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