The service area covers the Las Vegas Strip between McCarran International Airport and Sahara Avenue, including the Las Vegas Convention Center with plans to expand to downtown Las Vegas and south to the M Resort in the near future.
 - Photo via Tony Webster/Flickr. 

The service area covers the Las Vegas Strip between McCarran International Airport and Sahara Avenue, including the Las Vegas Convention Center with plans to expand to downtown Las Vegas and south to the M Resort in the near future.

Photo via Tony Webster/Flickr. 

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is offering a new way to travel along the Las Vegas Strip and downtown Las Vegas area – Trip to Strip.

The on-demand rideshare service is a convenient option, especially for tourists traveling for conventions, birthday and bacherlor(ette) parties who want to ride in style in limousine-style interior without paying premium prices.

The service area covers the Las Vegas Strip between McCarran International Airport and Sahara Avenue, including the Las Vegas Convention Center with plans to expand to downtown Las Vegas and south to the M Resort in the near future. Pickups and drop-offs are at the nearest RTC fixed route or paratransit stop, most of which are located near property entrances, and the zero level of McCarran International Airport. 

Trip to Strip vehicles are equipped with complimentary WiFi, USB ports for charging, and space for luggage. Rides start at $6 and are determined on the distance and number of passengers in the booking party.

New Trip to Strip users can receive 15-percent off their first ride using promo code “FIRSTRIDE.”

The Trip to Strip app is available free in the Apple and Google Play store and is integrated with the popular “Transit” app used in more than 125 metropolitan areas worldwide. The Transit app powers the transit planning element of the rideRTC mobile ticketing app in Southern Nevada.

The RTC partnered with Keolis, one of its transit system operators, and Via to provide the service and app. The service includes vehicles compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. 

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