Even though the question has already been mostly answered, here is more information about current Lunar Ranging activities.
The EUROLAS Data Center (EDC) of the Deutsches Geodätisches Forschungsinstitut at Technische Universität München has a nice website with an API to find laser ranging data. The data are the same than on the CDDIS website as the data are mirrored in several research organisations for redundancy reasons.
The typical data structures for laser ranging are:
- Normal Point and Full Rate Data in CRD files: contains the delay between signal transmission and bounce reception by the ground station
- Predictions in CPF files: contains the predicted target position in International Terrestrial Reference Frame (ITRF), so that the ground stations can point their lasers accurately at the target.
You can find data for the 5 Lunar Ranging targets here:
As you can see, the lunar targets are still actively used, in average once a month, sometimes more often, sometimes less often.