Las Vegas Monorail

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Las Vegas Monorail is a 3.6 mile all-elevated rail line connecting destinations on the east side of the Las Vegas Strip. The service is operated by a private company. All vehicles are wheelchair accessible at all stations. Monorail vehicles generally operate every few minutes and take less than 15 minutes travel from end to end.


Web site

Fares

One way Day pass 3-day pass Nevada resident ticket
$5 $12 $28 $1

One way tickets, day passes, and other multi-day passes can be purchased at ticket machines at each station. As a fare-gate-controlled system, riders have to insert the ticket/pass at the fare gate before boarding. Nevada resident tickets must be purchased at the customer service center. 2-tickets can be purchased per person per day.

Route and stations

Some hotels have direct access to the station. Riders from other hotels/casinos generally have to walk through the hotels (passing by shops and casino floor) that have direct access to get to the station.

Map

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Places and transit along the Las Vegas Strip

Destinations west of Las Vegas Blvd:

Stratosphere | Circus Circus | Fashion Show Mall | Treasure Island | Mirage | Caesars Palace | Bellagio | CityCenter/Aria Resort | Cosmopolitan | Monte Carlo | T-Mobile Arena | New York New York | Excalibur | Luxor | Mandalay Bay

East of Las Vegas Blvd:

SLS | Wynn/Encore | Palazzo | Sands Expo | Venetian | Harrah's | The LINQ | Flamingo | Bally's | Paris | Planet Hollywood | MGM Grand | Tropicana

RTC Transit (bus) along The Strip:

The Deuce (all stops) | Strip & Downtown Express (limited stops)

Monorail and trams:

Monorail (east side of Strip) | Mandalay Bay – Luxor – Excalibur Tram | Aria Express | Treasure Island – Mirage Tram