Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
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Overview - Las Vegas
Located in the Las Vegas Valley in the Mojave Desert, Las Vegas is the seat of Clark County and the largest city by population in Nevada. It has approximately 648,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2018. The Las Vegas metropolitan area (Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise) comprised 2,231,647 residents as of the 2018 US Census Bureau Estimate.
Las Vegas's rapid transit network consists of a straddle beam monorail people mover service. It also has arterial bus rapid transit services, which are not covered on this website, and two BRT-Lite lines.
Las Vegas Monorail
Las Vegas Monorail
The Las Vegas Monorail is a straddle beam monorail people mover service on a North-South alignment, running from Sahara Las Vegas in the north to MGM Grand in the south and serving 7 stations within Paradise and Winchester, Nevada.
The Las Vegas Monorail was opened in 1995 as the MGM Grand-Bally's Monorail and was rebuilt as the Las Vegas Monorail in July 2004. The Las Vegas Monorail is owned and operated by the Las Vegas Monorail Company.
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Schedules -- Last Updated: Mar 13, 2023
*1 - No timetable available. Actual headways unknown.
RTC Bus Rapid Transit
Opened 2010, RTC Bus Rapid Transit consists of two BRT-Lite lines and a number of express bus services that serve the city of Las Vegas, Nevada and the surrounding suburbs.
Grand Central Pkwy - Casino Center Blvd
The RTC operates BRT-Lite corridors along Grand Central Pkwy and Casino Center Blvd. These used to form part of the Strip and Downtown Express Bus Rapid Transit service, which was terminated in October 2020. The Grand Central Pkwy section is operated by the 401 in the northbound direction only, with stations not in use in the other direction. The Casino Center Blvd section continues to be served by the Deuce.
The Grand Central Pkwy and Casino Center Blvd lines were opened January 2010 as part of the ACE Gold Line. Fremont Street Experience was demolished in 2021 and the portion of the Casino Center Blvd line north of Bonneville Transit Center ceased to have regular service at the same time.
References & Helpful Links
Official Website for Las Vegas Monorail: Las Vegas Monorail
Official Website for RTC Bus Rapid Transit: RTC Southern Nevada
All Official Maps - RTC Southern Nevada [Last Accessed Jan 14, 2020]
Official Line Map - SDX [PDF] [Last Accessed Jan 14, 2020]
Official Line Map - Las Vegas Monorail [Last Accessed Jan 14, 2020]
SDX Color taken from timetable as of Dec 2019.
Las Vegas Monorail colors taken from Las Vegas Monorail logo as of Dec 2019.