Taking the bus in Las Vegas is a cost-effective and hassle-free way to see the sights and to get from one exciting attraction on the Strip to another or from the Strip to Downtown and beyond.
The Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) offers one Strip route (Deuce on the Strip) and 36 residential routes, including 4 Express buses with routes that connect all corners of the Las Vegas Valley, as well as key transit hubs.
No matter where you plan to stay or what you plan to do while in Vegas, knowing the Las Vegas bus routes to your destination can save you some money on taxi fares.
**Note: 15-Day All Access Pass and 30-Day All Access Pass cannot be purchased on vehicles but only at:
Bonneville Transit Center or RTC Administration Building
At select Ticket Vending Machine (TVMs)
At select vendors around town
On the rideRTC mobile app
Las Vegas Tourist Buses
Updated for Oct 4, 2020 Transit Service Change
What has changed:
Deuce on the Strip - The Deuce has been extended to South Strip Transit Terminal & the Las Vegas South Premium Outlets 24 hours a day. Routes 401 - A new Route 401 will serve Las Vegas North Premium Outlets/Symphony Park area. Routes 207 and 209 - No longer operate on Saturday & Sunday calendar days. Both routes will run only on Mondays through Fridays, based on the calendar day. Sahara Express - Service along Nellis & Lake Mead Blvd is eliminated. Service would stay on Sahara to Hollywood, terminating at Hollywood & Vegas Valley. Route 104 Valley View - Operates on Valley View between Russell & Twain. Service along Arville is eliminated. Centennial Express - CX no longer serve Spring Mtn. @ Las Vegas Blvd, Howard Hughes Pkwy, or Flamingo & Maryland, but instead serve Tropicana @ Las Vegas Blvd. & McCarran Airport Terminal 1 (in addition to current Terminal 3 service). Henderson & Downtown Express (HDX) - The HDX is renamed Route 402 Henderson/Boulder City and only runs between Sunset & Stephanie area and Boulder City. It will no longer run to downtown Las Vegas area.