If you’re not in a hurry, the Las Vegas bus system can get you from the Strip to the Silverton seven days a week. No matter where you are on the Strip, you won't have to walk more than a few.
Downtown Las Vegas. California and Fremont: A free, 56 seat shuttle picks up at both Fremont Street properties and runs between downtown, Sam’s Town, and the Las Vegas Strip. Downtown Grand: For hotel guests only, Downtown Grand’s free shuttle to the Strip runs daily from 10am to 9pm and drops off at Fashion Show Mall. Off the Strip.
The RTC (The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada) manages the buses that run up and down the Strip and Downtown Las Vegas, and offers one of the best ways to get around Las Vegas without shelling out a ton of money. Tourists will especially want to take advantage of the Deuce, a bus that operates along Las Vegas Boulevard, and the SDX, better known as the Downtown Express.Las Vegas Airport Roundtrip Transfer Door-to-door service to Las Vegas Strip and Downtown hotels When you're ready to go back home, just one quick call and you're all set; Services is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.The Downtown Loop service is currently suspended until further notice due to the coronavirus outbreak. The Loop is a free shuttle servicing the exciting attractions in downtown Las Vegas including: Bonneville Transit Center - 101 E. Bonneville Ave. The Arts District - Art Way and Boulder Avenue; Arts District South - California Avenue, East of Main Street; Pawn Plaza - Las Vegas Boulevard.
A new free shuttle service will start motoring passengers around some downtown Las Vegas hot spots Tuesday. The city’s six-month pilot program, dubbed the Downtown Loop, will run daily, stopping.Read More
This is a city in which, if you want to go beyond the Strip and downtown, you'll need wheels, preferably those powered by internal combustion. In terms of the tourist corridor, the Las Vegas Strip might look walkable and it is, but only in discrete sections. From the Stratosphere to Mandalay Bay is more than four miles. The distances between properties are deceptively long, as are the.Read More
Mikayla Whitmore. Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman christened a shuttle during a media event for the Downtown Loop, a free shuttle service in Downtown Las Vegas, Nev. on June 27, 2017.Read More
In January 2017, the city of Las Vegas, fleet logistics provider, Keolis North America, and the shuttle manufacturer Navya, partnered to test a driverless shuttle in Downtown Las Vegas on Fremont Street between Las Vegas Boulevard and Eighth Street. The Navya shuttle comes equipped with LiDAR technology, GPS, cameras and odometry.Read More
The Strip may be big and flashy, but Downtown Las Vegas reigns with truly unique opportunities. There is the nightly light show on Fremont Street, unique casino games like Sigma Derby at The D or coin slots at El Cortez, and other picks that show off Vegas’ individuality.Read More
The Shared Roundtrip Las Vegas airport shuttle service has been operating in Vegas for more than 25 years. It is a convenient and easy way to get to and from the Airport. The service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and offers superior service with a professional team. Door to door service does not get easier or better than this. After booking, you will be given a travel voucher to.Read More
Airport Shuttle is low cost transportation from and to McCarran International Airport and the resort corridor hotels of Las Vegas Blvd and the Downtown area. Passengers are grouped together and transported in shuttle buses. Direct transportation to your hotel or airport is NOT guaranteed. This is a Share-A-Ride service and you will be sharing the vehicle with up to twenty-four other travelers.Read More
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Downtown Las Vegas gives you a taste of old-school Vegas with classic casinos, a neon light show and cheap drinks. If you're looking to experience the Las Vegas Strip as well, it's easy to get.Read More
Downtown Las Vegas is located just north of the Las Vegas Strip, bordered by I-15 on the west, Washington Avenue on the north, Maryland Parkway on the east, and Sahara Avenue on the south. Cars can reach it via Interstate 15 and Route 95. The Deuce bus service runs from Mandalay Bay on the Strip to Fremont Street, stopping at resorts along the way.Read More