Las Vegas Buses

Without transportation, getting around the big city of Las Vegas can be challenging. The RTC (Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada) oversees the buses that operate up and down the Strip and into Downtown Las Vegas, making it one of the most cost-effective ways to get about the city.

Visit the RTC website to view all bus schedules, routes, and other information.

Deuce – A bus that operates along Las Vegas Boulevard.

SDX – A bus connects the Strip to Downtown

Fare and Passes:

Customers are encouraged to use the rideRTC transport app to plan their trips. You’re able to purchase passes onboard Deuce Vehicles, at select ticket vending machines, and on the rideRTC app.
2-hour pass- $6
24-hour pass – $8
3-day pass – $20

RideRTC app

Ways to make your trip easier:

Are you planning a trip to McCarran International Airport?

The airport’s Ground Level Zero at Terminal 1 is served by Routes 108, 109, and Centennial Express (CX). Terminal 3 is also serviced by CX. You may get to the airport by taking Route 109 from the South Strip Transit Terminal (SSTT), which is only a 10-15 minute ride from the bus stop. To plan a trip online, go to their website and utilize the Google Transit Trip Planner, or download the Transit or rideRTC app.

Customer Service:
(702) 228-7433
Monday – Sunday: 7 am – 6 pm

RTC Administrative Offices:
600 S. Grand Central Pkwy. Ste. 350
Las Vegas, NV 89106
(702) 676-1500
Monday – Thursday: 7 am – 6 pm