New On-Demand Rideshare Service Enters Las Vegas

by Jessica Montevago
New On-Demand Rideshare Service Enters Las Vegas


Travelers looking to get from the Las Vegas airport to the Strip may now have a cheaper option. 

New on-demand rideshare service Trip to Strip began offering rides as low as $6 last month. Prices are determined by distance and number of passengers in the booking party, and are not subject to surge or peak pricing, like with Uber and Lyft.

Operated by the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC), the vans can fit up to 11 people. Amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, USB charging ports, and ample luggage space. Wheelchair accessible vehicles are also available.

The app is free in the Apple and Google Play store Trip to Strip app is free in the Apple and Google Play store.

Passengers are picked up and dropped off at stops, inclding McCarran International Airport, the Resort Corridor to Downtown Las Vegas and south on Las Vegas Boulevard to the M Resort with a stop at South Point Hotel Casino and Spa.

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