How do you want to experience Las Vegas?

Let the Las Vegas Monorail show you the best way to travel on the Strip. With trains arriving every 4-8 minutes at our seven stations, you can ride knowing you are using the fastest, cleanest, and most efficient transportation available.

Train Hours

Monday: 7 am – 12 midnight
Tuesday: 7 am – 2 am
Wednesday: 7 am – 2 am
Thursday: 7 am – 2 am
Friday: 7 am – 3 am
Saturday: 7 am – 3 am
Sunday: 7 am – 3 am

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Unlimited Ride Passes

Pick up an unlimited pass for the freedom to travel at your leisure. We offer several fare options to save you time and money and best suit your travel plans.

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We’re your designated driver

The Las Vegas Monorail connects you to the city’s glitz and glamour of world-class restaurants, shows, shops, clubs, hotels and casinos in a safe, clean and comfortable environment!

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Forget about Event Parking

Skip the hassle of traffic, parking and taxi queues. Hop on at one of our seven conveniently located stations.

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We love our local riders

Discount tickets for Nevada residents are available at all Monorail customer service ticketing offices upon presentation of a valid Nevada ID.

Convention traveling essentials

The Monorail is the best option available to travel to and from events held at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Trying to find a cab or shuttle bus during a busy show can mean long waits and expensive rides. Delegates can save by purchasing unlimited ride multi-day passes to allow for hassle free travel to and from the convention center. The Monorail is also ideal for lunch breaks or after-parties. With trains arriving every 4-8 minutes, delegates can arrive at their show quickly, efficiently and economically. Now that’s smart business!

Convention Traveling

Why ride in a taxi or take a shuttle?

Don’t spend your time inside of a taxi looking out at the Strip—arrive at your destination in minutes using the Las Vegas Monorail. No waiting in lines, sitting in traffic or piling on buses.

The Monorail Difference

Featured Article

Who let the dogs out?

The Las Vegas Monorail has several Police K9 teams that ensure the safety and security of our guests. You can find them out on the system, or at the stations, whenever we’re open.   Officer Kalin Smith has been working for the Las Vegas Monorail for several years. His police canine, Rony, has been by…

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