Las Vegas Monorail Back in Service

The Robert N. Broadbent Las Vegas Monorail, which postponed service Sept. 8 after experiencing mechanical problems, reopened Dec. 24. Bombardier Transportation, the company contracted to build and operate the transportation system, began recommissioning the system last week after receiving permission


The Robert N. Broadbent Las Vegas Monorail, which postponed service Sept. 8 after experiencing mechanical problems, reopened Dec. 24.

Bombardier Transportation, the company contracted to build and operate the transportation system, began recommissioning the system last week after receiving permission from Clark County officials and reopened the four-mile route along the east side of the Las Vegas Strip after a history of problems.

The hours of operation for the monorail are from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily.

A single ride is $3; a one-day pass is $10. Daily, multi-day and multi-ride passes are also available for purchase at participating hotels, at all monorail stations and online at www.lvmonorail.com.

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