Las Vegas Civic - Services - Transport - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Las Vegas offers a variety of transit options
  • Airports: Clark County Airport System; includes McCarran International Airport (LAS) as well as North Las Vegas Airport (VGT), Henderson Executive Airport (HND), Jean Sport Aviation Center, Overton/Perkins Field (U08), and Searchlight (1L3); for ground transit to/from airports, check CAT
  • RTC: Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada; regional government agency; Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Las Vegas Urban Area; operates public mass transit system, Citizens Area Transit (CAT)
  • CAT: Citizens Area Transit; area bus/hybrid rail transit; Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) line; Deuce double deck bus service on the Strip
  • Deuce: Double Decker bus service on the Las Vegas Strip; connects many casinos and sights; operated by Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
  • MAX: Metropolitan Area Express hybird bus/rail transit; operated by Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
  • Monorail: Las Vegas Monorail; 6.4 km-long electric monorail; privately funded and operated, using no tax dollars for its construction or operations; links more than 25,000 hotel rooms and about 40 hectares of meeting and convention space; top speed 80 kph; stations at MGM Grand, Bally's, Flamingo/Caesars Palace, Harrah's/Imperial Palace, Convention Center, Hilton, and Sahara
  • Greyhound: National, commercial bus transit company; station is at Plaza Hotel, Main Street; offers connections throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico
  • GotoBus: Bus reservation system; buses connecting many cities including Las Vegas
  • Bell: Shuttle/Limo service; airport shuttle; limos, Town Car sedans, shuttle buses, vans, deluxe limo coaches, and trolleys
  • Off2Vegas: Transport section; describes the variety of transit options in Las Vegas including limos, taxis, shuttles, buses, monorail, trolley, and free shuttles
  • NVDOT: Nevada Department of Transportation
  • Car Free: Possible in Las Vegas; with some walkability and some transit systems, you could easily live without a car in Las Vegas
  • Car Sharing: Avoid owning a car; be car-free as much as possible, but keep the idea that you can rent or borrow a car only when you need it--for a big project or trip to far-out areas, for example
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