Las Vegas Monorail
The Las Vegas Monorail makes your ability to navigate KBIS even easier, saving you time without the hassles of traffic. Riders can conveniently navigate the Las Vegas Strip in less than 15 minutes at speeds of up to 50 mph.
KBIS is pleased to offer you discounted Monorail tickets with a completed KBIS registration. Participants will receive the following discounted Monorail ride pass that will be integrated into your show registration fee and badge QR code via the KBIS registration site. Monorail Ride Passes purchased at stations or any means other than through this integration will not be eligible for this discount.
24-Hour Unlimited Ride Pass: $13.45
2-Day Unlimited Ride Pass: $23.75
3-Day Unlimited Ride Pass: $26.00
4-Day Unlimited Ride Pass: $32.00
5-Day Unlimited Ride Pass: $38.00
7-Day Unlimited Ride Pass: $49.00
Complimentary shuttle bus service will be provided between the Las Vegas Convention Center and the hotels included in the KBIS 2024 housing block.
Note: Boarding locations are subject to change.
Tuesday, February 27 – 6:30 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday, February 28 – 6:30 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday, February 29 – 6:30 am – 6:00 pm
Between 6:30 AM and 9:30 AM, shuttles run every 15 minutes.
Between 9:30 AM and 3:00 PM, shuttles run every 30 minutes.
Between 3:00 PM and 6:00 PM, shuttles run every 15 minutes.
Hotel shuttles will drop off and pick up passengers in front of the West, North/Central, and South buildings at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Signage will be available at both the convention center and hotels to help passengers identify each route.
The Las Vegas Convention Center offers fast, convenient, free on-campus transportation!
The newly opened Vegas Loop at Las Vegas Convention Center provides fast and accessible transportation for show attendees across the LVCC campus, connecting the new West Hall with the existing campus (North/Central/South Halls). The system consists of two one-way, .8-mile-long tunnels built to accommodate all-electric Tesla vehicles driving at speeds of up to 35 mph. The LVCC Loop reduces a 25-minute walk to a less than two-minute ride.
Attendees can access Vegas Loop at Las Vegas Convention Center via four stations:
- South Station – Back end of the South Hall, this station is located aboveground
- Central Station – Outside the Central Hall Main Entrance, this station is located belowground and is accessible via escalator or elevator
- West Station – At the Southwest side of the West Hall, this station is located aboveground
- Riviera Station – At the Northwest side of the West Hall closest to Elvis Presley Drive, with direct access to Resorts World. This station is located aboveground.
Taxis are a reliable form of transportation used throughout Vegas for decades. With several companies to choose from, you never have to worry about there not being enough drivers at a late hour. Unlike other cities, you cannot hail a taxi on the street in Las Vegas. Taxis are required to pick up passengers at a physical address, such as a hotel taxi line. Hotels have specific areas for taxi pick-up, usually near the valet or main entrance.
The Harry Reid International Airport Car Rental Center houses 10 car rental companies in one location. The center is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with continuous shuttle service to and from airport terminals. There are several standalone rental sites across Las Vegas and a few on site at some hotels, but the airport is the most convenient.
Ridesharing service through Uber and Lyft will be available for pickup and drop-off at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). Pickup and drop-off are also available at Harry Reid International Airport (LAS). Please note surcharges may apply to airport pickups.
Uber and Lyft are car pickup services that can be a great alternative to waiting in long transportation lines. You can download the Uber app or Lyft app to your smartphone. The apps use your phone’s GPS to detect your location and connects you with the nearest available driver.
Limousines are a fun and fancy way to get you from the airport to your resort and around the city in style. While limos are available at Harry Reid International Airport, your best bet would be to make a reservation.
The Deuce is Las Vegas’ public transportation operated by the Regional Transportation Commission. While the bus runs throughout the destination, there are two routes you can specifically take for the Strip and downtown. Deuce on the Strip will stop at just about every resort on the Strip, while DVX. PDF File runs partially through downtown and Fremont Street. The Downtown Loop is a free shuttle that brings visitors to the exciting scene in Downtown Las Vegas, including the Arts District and Fremont Street Experience.