Some tips on getting around in Las Vegas.


Several public transit options are accessible, convenient and affordable in Las Vegas. Let the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) do the driving for you.

DEUCE ON THE STRIP. Double-decker buses travel along the Las Vegas Strip and through downtown Las Vegas with numerous convenient stops, including the Pawn Stars TV show site (Gold & Silver PawnShop), Fremont Street Experience and the Mob Museum. (Passes also allow you to ride on residential routes.)

Hours: 24 hours a day, seven days per week

Cost: Two-hour pass for $6, 24-hour pass at $8 or 3-day pass for $20.
Passengers can purchase passes at ticket vending machines or on-board the vehicles. For more information about fare, click here.


Shuttles Will Have Pandemic Safety Precautions In Place

A free shuttle servicing the exciting attractions in downtown Las Vegas including:

Bonneville Transit Center – 101 E. Bonneville Ave.
The Arts District – Art Way and Boulder Avenue
Pawn Plaza – Las Vegas Boulevard, South of Garces Avenue
Fremont East Entertainment District – North side of Fremont Street, West of Sixth Street
Mob Museum – 300 Stewart Ave.
Fremont Street Experience – Main Street, South of Fremont Street
Las Vegas North Premium Outlets – South Grand Central Parkway, between Nautica and Tommy Hilfiger Kids

New stops added to the loop include:

Circa, The Strat, Symphony Park and City Hall.

Hours: Sunday through Thursday: 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m; Friday and Saturday: 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m NOTE: The Loop runs continuously during operating hours and arrives at each stop every 20 to 30 minutes.


Cost: Free


MCCARRAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. The RTC’s Route 108 and Route 109 all stop at the airport’s Ground Level Zero at Terminal 1. You can access the airport by going to the South Strip Transit Terminal (SSTT) and riding Route 109 straight there. Additionally, the Centennial Express (CX) serves McCarran International Airport Terminal 1 (in addition to current Terminal 3 service).

Cost: $2 (one way)

For route schedules, visit or call (702) 228-RIDE (7433). To plan your trip, download rideRTC, the free app that will also help you find your bus and even buy passes.


The city of Las Vegas recently installed in the downtown area new multispace meters that accept credit and debit cards, as well as coins. These solar-powered meters enable users to print receipts. The meters also allow residents and visitors to use a mobile device app, ParkMe, to see where on-street downtown parking is available in real time. The app can be downloaded for Android or iPhone and can also be viewed at

Hours and days of operation for parking meters vary. Visitors should refer to the information posted on the parking meter. The city of Las Vegas offers free metered parking on major holidays.


As a courtesy, vehicles displaying a valid handicap plate/placard are allowed four hours free at on-street parking meters in the city of Las Vegas. Drivers with disabled veteran or prisoner of war license plates — including those from other states — are exempted from parking (including meter) fees.

You must have a government-issued disabled person’s plate/placard to park in a handicapped space. These plates/placards may only be used by the person to whom they are issued. The minimum fine for illegal parking in a handicapped space in Nevada is $250. The state of Nevada also has restricted spaces that are posted Exclusive Side-Loading spaces that are reserved only for vehicles equipped with a side-loading wheelchair lift.


In person: You can pay in person at 500 S. Main St.
Office hours are Monday – Thursday, 7:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. and
Friday & Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, checks and cash are accepted.


By mail: Submit check or money order in the remittance envelope provided.


Contact the city of Las Vegas Parking Division at 702.229.4700 during office hours or send an email to Our website with additional information is