The Deuce, also referred to as the Las Vegas Strip’s bus system, is an affordable bus that services the metropolitan area.
The transit bus service is managed by RTC and is an alternative means of transport for visitors who would like to explore the city without paying an arm and a leg.
The Deuce, Bus Route, Stops, Schedule & Fare Prices, Las Vegas NV
As the bus makes its way to Mandalay Bay at the Strip’s south end, it makes stops at every casino and hotel located on The Strip. The stops are easily identifiable by their marked bus shelters and are found about every 500 yards.
One of the advantages that The Deuce has over conventional taxis is that it can pick up passengers directly off the street; a practice that is prohibited for taxis in Las Vegas. The 97-capacity bus is spacious and is fitted with air conditioning to ensure passenger comfort – especially during summer.
The buses operate 24 hours daily, with a scheduled frequency of approximately 15 minutes between 7am and 2am, and about 20 minutes between 2am and 7am. The Deuce AM Route is operational between 12am and 9am. Please refer to the schedule and route map in the image gallery below.
Some of the stops along the AM route include the iconic ‘Welcome to Las Vegas Sign,’ Town Square, and the Las Vegas Premium Outlets -South before finally coming to a stop at South Strip Transfer Terminal (SSTT). Visitors are advised that the scheduled frequency is an estimate and may vary from time to time as a result of unexpected traffic conditions.
To make the most of this experience, the’ All Access Pass’ gives passenger access to the Deuce, buses on the RTC Residential Routes, as well as the Strip and Downtown Express. The pass is available with the options of a 2-hour, 24-hour, and 3-day access passes.
The Deuce is a popular transit route on The Strip and a must-experience for Vegas visitors.