Riding 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.
RTC Buses returned to Weekday Schedules
Two new bus routes: Route 220 (Ann/Tropical) and Route 221 (Cactus/Horizon Ridge/Boulder City).
The following bus routes were extended:
Route 101 (Rainbow) extended south to Blue Diamond.
Route 102 (Jones) extended south to Wigwam.
Route 103 (Decatur) extended south to Blue Diamond & extended north to Grand Teton.
Route 120 (Fort Apache) extended south to Blue Diamond.
Route 121 (Durango) extended south to Blue Diamond.
Route 122 (S. Maryland Pkwy) restructured & extended to serve West Henderson (Raiders Way, St. Rose Pkwy, Volunteer Blvd.).
Centennial Express (CX) extended northwest to Skye Canyon Park & Hualapai.
RTC has increased frequency on the following stops:
Route 119 (Simmons/Koval)
Route 203 (Spring Mountain/Desert Inn/Lamb)
Route 206 (Charleston)
Route 207 (Alta/Stewart)
Route 209 (Vegas/Owens)
Route 210 (Lake Mead)
Las Vegas buses operates SATURDAY & SUNDAY route schedules on the following holidays:
**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