Las Vegas McCarran Airport ( LAS ) Public Transportation

Transportation options from McCarran Airport:  'Group Shuttles' offer an economical option to get to major hotels & resorts (making multiple stops along the way), and make pickups/dropoffs at  (a) at Terminal 1, on the west side of baggage claim, outside door exits 7-13; and (b) at Terminal 3, outside on Level Zero, at either west end of building (domestic) or east side of building (international).  
RTC regional public buses serve Terminals 1 & 3 - tel. 702.228.4800, or visit: www.rtcsnv.comm/transit/ - RTC Buses stop at level Zero (one level below Baggage claim - exit terminal, take pedestrian crosswalk, veer right to covered RTC bus stop).

   Terminal 1 is served by 
 Bus Route 108 to Paradise; BusRoute 109 serves Maryland Parkway and the Westcliff Airport Express (WAX) route. The bus stops at level Zero: from baggage claim, take elevator /escalator down one level; exit terminal and proceed across pedestiran crosswalk; veer right to covered RTC bus stop.
   Terminal 3, is served by  Westcliff Airport Express (WAX) and the Centennial Express (CX) routes .
The RTC bus stop at T3 is at Departures curb, level 2. From baggage claim, take elevator/ escalator up to level 2; exit terminal and proceed across pedestrian crosswalk. The RTC bus stop is across from door 44.

The ACE Gold Line bus runs along the Las Vegas Strip and connects with RTC Route 109 south at the South Strip Transfer Terminal. Note that there is no direct bus service to The Strip.

Las Vegas Convention Center visitors may board the Las Vegas Monorail there for the following destinations:
- Westgate Las Vegas station - 2.15 minutes
- Harrah's station - 4.17 minutes
- Flamingo station - 5.42 minutes
- Bally's/Paris Las Vegas station - 7.06 minutes
- MGM Grand station - 9.12 minutes (from this point, a future extension of the Monorail is to reach McCarren Airport directly).

NOTE:  While regional Transportation Commission drawing blueprints for the light rail (and makeovers for pedestiran walkways) had been completed some time ago, the new Senate Bill 149 would lay groundwork for a new multi-bilion-dollar light-rail plan, linking McCarran Airport with the Las Vegas Strip.