McCarran Airport

Transportation Development

LVCVA successfully works with airports, airlines, DOTs at the federal and state level, TSA and other key stakeholders including travel trade associations on strategies to expand and enhance the overall traveler experience.

Brightline West

The first true high-speed passenger rail system in the nation, this 218-mile, all-electric high-speed rail service will include a flagship station in Las Vegas, with additional stations in Apple Valley, Hesperia, and Rancho Cucamonga. At speeds up to 200 miles per hour, Brightline West will take passengers from Las Vegas to Rancho Cucamonga in just 2 hours and 10 minutes, twice as fast as the normal drive time.

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Partnership with Harry Reid International Airport

In recent years, the LVCVA / Harry Reid International Airport partnership has been successful in securing new and increased service. We’re continuing to stay engaged with important air service development issues and host airline and travel conferences that position Las Vegas as a premier travel destination.

Vegas Loop at Las Vegas Convention Center

The innovative underground transportation system known as the Vegas Loop at Las Vegas Convention Center serves as a fun and quick transportation solution to move thousands of convention attendees throughout the more than 200-acre Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) campus and Resorts World, 40 feet beneath the ground in all-electric Tesla vehicles.

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Las Vegas Monorail

The LVCVA acquired the Monorail in December 2020. The transaction ensured that the important transportation option in Las Vegas was preserved and allows for other transportation options on the east side of Las Vegas Blvd.

The Las Vegas Monorail carries millions of passengers every year, consisting mostly of business and leisure travelers to the destination. During a typical citywide 4-day convention, the system carries between 100,000 and 150,000 riders, significantly decreasing the number of shuttle bus and vehicle trips needed to move within the Resort Corridor. In addition, the system is 100% electric and runs zero emission trains, therefore reducing both emissions by more than 27 tons and more than 2 million vehicle miles annually in Southern Nevada.

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