The Deuce runs up and down the Vegas strip, 24 hours a day from the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas all the way to the Mandalay Bay, while stopping at virtually every hotel and casino along the Las Vegas strip. Deuce on the Strip stops are located about every quarter mile in each direction of the Vegas strip and are marked with signs or by bus shelters. These Las Vegas buses are more accessible than taxis , which can't pick passengers up off the street. It accommodates up to 97 people, it's air-conditioned, spacious and begins the trip at the south end from a terminal close to the McCarran International Airport and ends at a terminal close to Fremont Street. You can also take any of the other 50 buses to see more of Las Vegas.
The Deuce is a transit bus service serving the Las Vegas metropolitan area. It was also accompanied by its express counterpart, route Due to a lawsuit by Ace Cab, the line was rebranded as the Gold Line. This would have been the first time in 45 years including Las Vegas Transit System that the main Strip corridor route had undergone a major route change and be shortened. However, the first week of the service change, the northern portion of the route was reinstated with buses continuing to serve the Downtown Transportation Center.
The RTC launched its public transit system in and currently provides service on 39 routes with more than vehicles. Specialized transit services designed for veterans and seniors are also available. View the RTC transit routes here. Traveling to or arriving at McCarran International Airport?
A trip to the Vegas strip or downtown is now easier and faster than ever before. It features. Sleek, rail-like vehicles Dedicated transit lanes for much of the trip through downtown Travelling faster than a regular bus line Level platform boarding Ticket Now pay before boarding. Off-board ticket vending machines where passengers will purchase tickets before boarding the vehicle. Note: Children 5 years and younger ride free and must be accompanied by an adult.