Las Vegas Monorail! Las Vegas Nevada Monorail, Official Web Site!
Air Conditioned, Convenient Transportation Up and Down the Las Vegas Strip!
The Las Vegas Monorail is privately funded and operated, using no tax dollars for its construction or operations. It connects eight major resorts, linking more than 25,000 hotel rooms and about 4.4 million square feet of meeting and convention space, including one of the world’s largest convention centers. The 4-mile route stops at the following seven stations: MGM Grand; Bally’s/Paris; Flamingo/Caesars Palace; Harrah’s/Imperial Palace; Las Vegas Convention Center; Las Vegas Hilton; and the Sahara.
The $650 million transportation system runs along the Las Vegas resort corridor, traveling at a top speed of 50 mph. Up to nine trains consisting of four cars each run on a single rail that rises 20 feet high in most areas, its highest point reaching 70 feet above the Las Vegas Convention Center. The system is electric and has improved transit along the Strip without impacting air quality. Each year, it will take more than 4.4 million automobile trips off the major roadways and reduce carbon monoxide by 135 tons.
Las Vegas Monorail, Questions and Answers!
What are the hours of service?
Is the monorail air-conditioned?
Traveling with young children:
Strollers are permitted. All monorail stations have accessible elevator service to all levels. There is level boarding from the platform to all trains. The stroller must be placed in a locked position for the duration of the ride.
Seniors and People with Disabilities:
Wheelchairs, walkers, mobility scooters and motorized scooters that
assist those with a disability are permitted on the monorail. All
monorail stations have accessible elevator service to all levels.
There is level boarding from the platform to all trains. All monorail
cars have space to accommodate mobility vehicles. Passengers boarding
are required to place them in the locked position for the duration
of the ride.
What is the route of the Las
Vegas Monorail system?
Does the monorail go to the airport?
What is the schedule? / How often
do trains arrive at the stations?
How do I navigate my way around
once I’m traveling the system?
Where else can I go with the
Las Vegas Monorail?
Ticket Types and Fares:
Can any of the tickets be shared?
How long are the tickets good
Where do I purchase the tickets? / How do I purchase monorail tickets?
Automated touch-screen ticket vending machines (TVMs) are conveniently located at each monorail station entrance. TVMs are also located inside the monorail station resort properties and the Las Vegas Convention Center Central and South Halls. TVMs accept cash and all major credit cards. Maximum change is $20.00, given in $1.00 coins.
How do the ticket vending machines
Using the tickets at the station
How do the ticket fare gates
recognize my ticket type?
Are there discounts?
Are there plans to extend the
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