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Las Vegas Monorail: Your Guide to Riding the Strip
Las Vegas Monorail: Your Guide to Riding the Strip


What is the Las Vegas Monorail?

The Las Vegas Monorail is a seven-station, 3.9-mile elevated railway system that serves the Las Vegas Strip. It is the only monorail system in the United States and the first major public transportation system to be built in Las Vegas since 1981.

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Where does the Las Vegas Monorail go?

The Las Vegas Monorail stops at the following stations:

  • Sahara Las Vegas
  • Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
  • Convention Center
  • Harrah’s/The LINQ
  • Flamingo/Caesars Palace
  • Bally’s/Paris Las Vegas
  • MGM Grand

The Las Vegas Monorail connects to the Las Vegas Convention Center, making it a convenient way to get to and from conventions and trade shows. It also connects to the McCarran (Yes I know they changed the name, but it will always be McCarran to me) International Airport, making it a convenient way to get to and from your flight. And no I do not know if you can purchase tickets at the Airport via a Kiosk. The map on the Monorail Website does not show the route to the Airport. I have been in and out of the Airport many times and have not noticed a place to purchase tickets. My advice would be to take one of the Strip Hotels Free Shuttle services and bypass the Monorail completely as a means of getting to and from the Airport. Or contact them directly at the email address or telephone numbers listed above.

How much does it cost to ride the Las Vegas Monorail?

The cost of riding the Las Vegas Monorail varies depending on the number of rides you purchase and how long you plan on staying in Las Vegas. You can purchase single tickets, day passes, and multi-day passes.

Single tickets:

  • Adult: $6.00
  • Child (ages 5-12): $3.00
  • Senior (ages 65+): $3.00
  • Military (with ID): $3.00

Day passes:

  • Adult: $13.00
  • Child (ages 5-12): $6.50
  • Senior (ages 65+): $6.50
  • Military (with ID): $6.50

Multi-day passes:

  • Two-day pass: $24.00
  • Three-day pass: $33.00
  • Five-day pass: $45.00
  • Seven-day pass: $55.00

Can I purchase tickets on board the Las Vegas Monorail?

Yes, you can purchase tickets on board the Las Vegas Monorail. However, it is cheaper to purchase your tickets in advance. You can purchase tickets online, at the Monorail ticket booths, or at the Las Vegas Convention Center Visitor Information Center.

How often do the Las Vegas Monorail trains run?

The Las Vegas Monorail trains run every 4-8 minutes, depending on the time of day and the day of the week. The trains run more frequently during peak hours.

What are the hours of operation for the Las Vegas Monorail?

The Las Vegas Monorail operates from 7:00 AM to midnight, seven days a week.

Is the Las Vegas Monorail safe?

Yes, the Las Vegas Monorail is a safe and reliable way to get around the Las Vegas Strip. The monorail system is equipped with a variety of safety features, including security cameras, emergency call boxes, and smoke and fire detection systems. The monorail staff is also highly trained and experienced.

Tips for riding the Las Vegas Monorail:

  • Purchase your tickets in advance to save money.
  • Be sure to check the monorail schedule before you go.
  • Allow extra time for your trip, especially during peak hours.
  • Be aware of your surroundings and keep your belongings close to you.
  • If you have any questions or concerns, please ask a monorail staff member for assistance.

Is the Las Vegas Monorail accessible?

Yes, the Las Vegas Monorail is accessible to people with disabilities. All of the monorail stations have ramps and elevators. The monorail trains also have wheelchair accessible seating.

Conclusion

The Las Vegas Monorail is a convenient and safe way to get around the Las Vegas Strip. It is a great option for families, couples, and individuals of all ages.

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