Las Vegas Public Transit
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Las Vegas Public Transportation

In Las Vegas Public Transportation is easy to use an an affordable way to get around Las Vegas. Both the bus system and the monorail make it easy to not have a car when visiting the city. Read below to learn more about the different public transportation options in Las Vegas.

 

Las Vegas Public Transit

Citizens Area Transit
Citizens Area Transit (CAT)
The CAT is name of the bus system that serves Las Vegas/Clark County. CAT operates different sized buses on different routes. The DEUCE is a double-decker bus that provides service on The Las Vegas Strip and the Las Vegas Airport. Most hotels and area attractions can be reached using CAT. The Citizens Area Transit also offers special services for the Las Vegas Motor Speedway and Sam Boyd Stadium. Check schedules for specific times and routes, but most routes run from 4:00 am to 1:00am. Fifteen routes operate 24 hours a day, making it true the old adage that Las Vegas is the city that never sleeps.
Las Vegas Monorail
Las Vegas Monorail
The Robert N. Broadbent Las Vegas Monorail runs up and down the Las Vegas Strip opened to the public in July 2004. The route begins at the MGM Grand Hotel, at the southern end of The Las Vegas Strip, and runs along the eastern side of The Strip. There are stops at Bally's/Paris, the Flamingo/Caesar's Palace, Harrah's, the Convention Center, the Las Vegas Hilton and the Sahara. There are future plans to have the monorail extend to McCarran Airport and up through Downtown Las Vegas.
RTC - Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
RTC - Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
In October 2005 the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) added the Deuce double-deck bus service running on the famous Las Vegas Strip and in 2009 will launch the ACE Rapid Transit system starting with the ACE Downtown Connector. See our web site for more transportation information.