Las Vegas Strip Now More Accessible

New website will make the Las Vegas Strip easier to access
Deuce on the Strip busses // © 2011 RTC
Deuce on the Strip busses // © 2011 RTC

The Details

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC)
www.rtcsnv.com

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) has announced a new website, RideTheStrip.com, designed to make transportation easier for Las Vegas travelers to plan in advance of their visit. The website highlights cost-effective, reliable and modern public transport to and from McCarran International Airport, the Las Vegas Strip and downtown Las Vegas. 

“The launch of RideTheStrip.com is just one of many tools that the RTC is unveiling to make riding transit a more attractive and convenient alternative for our business and leisure travelers,” said Jacob Snow, RTC general manager. 

Transit services highlighted on the site include travel along the Las Vegas Strip on enclosed double-deck vehicles through the Deuce on the Strip option, a rapid transit service to major attractions with the Strip and Downtown Express offer and transportation to and from the airport via the Westcliff Airport Express. All-access transit passes start at $5 for a two-hour pass, and are $7 for a 24-hour pass. Three-day passes can be purchased for $20. Visitors have the option of purchasing the three-day pass online prior to their arrival in Las Vegas. RideTheStrip.com will also provide access to transit route maps and schedules.

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