Get From the Vegas Airport to Fremont Street for Two Bucks
Westcliff Airport Express, also called the WAX bus. operates every day of the week, from 5:45 a.m. to 11:15 p.m. on weekdays, 6:30 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. on weekends. The bus runs just about every half hour, and $2 is the entire cost of the ride.
The Las Vegas Bus System FREE Rides
RTC Transit is the bus system in the Las Vegas metropolitan area of Clark County, Nevada. It is a subsidiary of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada. This is another great way to get up and down the Las Vegas Strip.
If you are in Las Vegas for New Year’s Eve, “Don’t drive your car, take the bus, it’s FREE.”
From 6 p.m. on New Year’s Eve until 9 a.m. on New Year’s Day, transit riders can board any vehicle on the RTC’s 38 fixed routes without purchasing a pass or presenting fare.
Deuce on the Strip
Great way to sightsee the Las Vegas Strip
Operates 24-hours/day, every day
Our unique double-decker vehicles are perfect for sightseeing and traveling the Las Vegas Strip at your own pace. The Deuce runs from the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas all the way to the Mandalay Bay, stopping at nearly every hotel along the way.
7 a.m. – 2 a.m.: about every 15 minutes
2 a.m. – 7 a.m.: about every 20 minutes
The Strip & Downtown Express (SDX)
Short on Time? Ride the SDX
Operates 9 a.m. – midnight, every day
In a rush to make your dinner reservations or catch that new show? The SDX connects Downtown Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Convention Center and the Las Vegas Strip with limited stops, getting you to your destination faster.
9 a.m. – Midnight: about every 15 minutes
TRAM TEMPORARILY NOT OPERATING
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority ( LVCVA ) owns the Convention Center Loop, an underground tunnel designed by The Boring Company to transport convention attendees throughout the 200-acre LVCC campus in all-electric Tesla's free of charge. LVCVA also owns and operates the Las Vegas Monorail, an elevated 3.9-mile system with seven stops throughout the resort corridor. Both transportation systems will operate when conventions reconvene.
Las Vegas Tram System
– 3 Free Monorails
These Three Free Trams are different than the longer, Las Vegas Monorail System on the other side of Las Vegas Boulevard, which you have to pay to ride. What they offer is a partial Tram connections for walking tourists. However you can travel from The Mandalay Bay Hotel to the Bellagio Hotel by taking a few steps in between Tram connections.
There are Three FREE Las Vegas Trams on the West Side of the Las Vegas Strip . These three FREE monorails are owned and operated by Casinos on the West Side of the Las Vegas Strip. They are non-related systems offering a FREE quick way to get you up and down the Las Vegas Strip.
Tram #1 Mandalay Bay – Luxor – Excalibur Tram
Tram #2 Park MGM – Aria – Bellagio Tram
Tram #3 Mirage – Treasure Island Tram
Hours of Operation:
Sunday – Wednesday: From 9 AM to 12:30 AM.
Thursdays to Saturdays: From 9 AM until 2:30 AM.
The Las Vegas Monorail runs from the Sahara Hotel Casino to the MGM Grand. Tickets starting at $5 for one ride and $23 for a 48 hour pass. (see Vegas Monorail for complete pricing)
The Las Vegas Monorail operates along a 3.9-mile route from the SLS Station to the MGM Grand Station.
Monorail trains arrive approximately every 4 to 8 minutes with station announcements to keep you up to speed on the next arrival time.
Monday: 7 am – 12 midnight
Tuesday: 7 am – 2 am
Wednesday: 7 am – 2 am
Thursday: 7 am – 2 am
Friday: 7 am – 3 am
Saturday: 7 am – 3 am
Sunday: 7 am – 3 am
SAHARA HOTEL CASINO Station
Convention Center Station
Harrah’s & The LINQ Station
Flamingo & Caesars Palace Station
Bally’s & Paris Station
MGM Grand Station