Las Vegas’ way of transportation
About: The Las Vegas Monorail stops at seven points on the Las Vegas Strip: MGM Grand, Bally’s/Paris, Flamingo/Caesars Palace, Harrah’s/The LINQ, the Las Vegas Convention Center, Westgate and SLS Las Vegas.
Cost: A single ride is $5; a day pass is $13; and they also have two to seven-day passes with prices that range from $23-$56. If you’re a Nevada local, you can buy a single ride for $1; restrictions apply depending on how many you want to buy.
About: Taxis are the main form of transportation used throughout Vegas. There is an abundance of them all over the city and, most likely, always a few waiting within a taxi line at a hotel during all hours of the day and night.
Cost: Varies depending on traffic and time of year. Additionally, taxis requested at the airport have an additional fee included.
About: The Deuce is the name of Las Vegas’ form of public transportation that’s operated by the Regional Transportation Committee. While the bus runs throughout town, there are two routes you can specifically take for the Strip and Downtown. These are Deuce on the Strip, which will stop at about every property on the Strip, and SDX Strip & Downtown Express, which stops at about half the stops as the other route.
Cost: A two-hour pass is $6; a 24-hour pass is $8; and a three-day pass is $20. You can buy your ticket on the bus.
McCarran International Airport
Airport public Bus
Terminal 1 Public Bus
Terminal 1 is served by Route 108 - Paradise, Route 109 - Maryland Parkway and the Westcliff Airport Express (WAX) route.
Terminal 3 Public Bus
Terminal 3 is served by the Westcliff Airport Express (WAX) and Centennial Express (CX) routes.
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