Las Vegas now has a new a on-demand share-ride service called Trip to Strip, thanks to the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC).
With seating of up to 11 passengers, Trip to Strip is the best mode of transportion for people traveling together in a group. Unlike Uber and Lyft, Trip to Strip has no surge pricing, so you never have to worry about increases in normal fares due to driver supply.
The new Trip to Strip vehicles currently takes customers where they want to go in and around the Las Vegas Strip, the Las Vegas Convention Center and McCarran International Airport (Terminal 1 only). Your starting and ending points must be within this service area.
Trip to Strip operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Trip to Strip has no surge pricing.
Pricing is based on distance of ride and number of people included in booking party
Customers must pay for rides through the Trip to Strip app. Drivers do not accept payment.
Some Trip to Strip vehicles are equipped with ramps and are ADA-accessible.
There is Room for Luggage
Vehicles are equipped with USB outlets
RTC Trip to Strip website: www.triptostriplv.com
Where to board a Trip to Strip vehicle
Customer can board the new Trip to Strip vehicles at any RTC fixed route bus stop. When a you book a ride, the Trip to Strip mobile app will provide the closest location for pickup and drop off, based on your exact location. (You may be required to walk a short distance after being dropped off.)
How to ride Trip to Strip on-demand share-ride
Just download the Trip to Strip app, request a ride for up to 11 passengers.
|How to get around Las Vegas||RTC Bus Routes|
|RTC Reduced Fare||Where to Buy RTC Transit Pass|
|Deuce on the Strip||How to Ride the SDX|
|WestCliff Airport Express||Things to Do|