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Las Vegas Transportation System

Traveling in and around Las Vegas is quite easy and there are several forms of transportation available to use. Taxis are the main form of transportation to get from one place to another in this city, but there are more affordable and equally reliable forms of transportation that will conveniently get you to your destination. If you are traveling in large groups, the taxi is probably your best option, since you can split the bill into 4 parts. A taxi will cost you $3.30 plus $2.40 per mile. Some people might even want to split up a luxury limo for around $33-$100 an hour and travel around Las Vegas in style; but if it’s just a few of you making your way around town, you might want to consider The Deuce, the monorail, the streetcar, or the bus system as other alternatives.

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The Deuce on the Strip is a double-decker bus that has a shuttle service that runs along the Las Vegas Strip. This allows visitors the convenience of hopping on and off the bus all day to frequent hotels along the way. An all day pass will cost you $7 to use within a 24 hour period or a 3 day pass is $15. If you only want to make one stop, you can get a single ride for $3. You can buy your ticket directly from the conductor with exact change. It’s a great way to see the Las Vegas Strip for a reasonable price. The Deuce is also a quick and easy way to get to McCarran Airport from the South Strip Transfer Terminal.

The Deuce stops at the following destinations along the strip 24/7 every 7-17 minutes depending on the day of travel:

  • balls
  • Bellagio
  • Bills Gamblin Hall
  • Bonanza Gift Shop
  • Caesar’s Palace
  • circus circus
  • excalibur
  • mall fashion show
  • fitzgeralds
  • flamingos
  • golden spike
  • harrahs
  • Hilton Grand Vacations
  • Imperial Palace
  • las vegas outlet center
  • luxor
  • mandalay bay
  • great mgm
  • Mirage
  • Monte Carlo
  • New York, New York
  • palace
  • Paris
  • planet hollywood
  • pole towers
  • riviera
  • Sahara
  • Stratosphere
  • Treasure Island
  • Tropicana
  • City square
  • trump tower
  • Venetian
  • wynn


I like to use the monorail system when I travel to Las Vegas. It is a fast, clean and convenient form of transportation. The 24-hour pass for $14.00 is the most convenient for getting on and off at different destinations along the strip. The monorail has 7 stations: MGM Grand, Bally’s, Flamingo, Harrahs, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas Hilton Station, and Sahara Station.

The Deuce is more convenient because it’s closer to the Strip at all times, whereas you have to walk a bit to get to the Strip from the monorail. However, the monorail is much faster, taking you to and from the first station to the last station in about 15 minutes.


There are some trams that travel between the hotels that are free and convenient. One goes between Mandalay Bay and Excalibur, Bellagio and Monte Carlo and Mirage and Treasure Island.

Depending on how long you’re in town and your deadlines, one of these forms of transportation should suit your needs. For the most part, be prepared to do a lot of walking and take in the sights along the way.

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