LOGO Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ entry 5.05:

What about the Monorail? The city bus? The shuttles?

The main Las Vegas Monorail is quite "safe" to use and travels on the east side of the Las Vegas Strip. Ticketing is very similar to that used on most subways and elevated systems. You buy a single or multi-ride ticket at a machine and insert it into the slot at an entrance turnstyle.

For our activities located in venues near the Monorail, the proper Monorail stop will be noted on our final detailed schedule.

Motorized tramway systems run between the Bellagio, City Center, and Park MGM, and also between the Excalibur, Luxor, and Mandalay Bay on the west side of the Strip. These are free and there are no formalities when boarding or riding. A smaller free tramway runs between the Mirage and Treasure Island.

Some casinos and other firms operate free shuttles between various properties. Some are free with no formalities, while some others require proof of residency such as a room key or a players club card. Some of these are reported to be "safe" but circumstances vary between the various shuttle services.

The newer double-decker "Deuce" bus on the Strip and other major bus routes has been ridden by our attendees with no major issues reported, but in general, the city bus is only suggested for those with a high confidence level and significant public exposure experience.

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