Las Vegas Transportation From Airport | Las Vegas Transportation To Downtown

Since Las Vegas is a very popular international tourist destination, there are numerous ways that one can easily get to Las Vegas. Also, once you get here, check out the Regional Transportation Authority of Southern Nevada for information about public transportation.

The main Interstate near Las Vegas is Interstate 15 which connects the city with Los Angeles, California and Salt Lake City, Utah. Interstate 40 is the next closest Interstate which runs south of Las Vegas near Kingman, Arizona and connects Southern California (where it intersects with Interstate 15 in Barstow) with Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina. Other Interstates like 5, 10, 70, and 80 connect with Interstate 15 within a half a day's drive of Las Vegas, and they provide access to most of the country. Beyond driving in a car, these interstates are also used by bus companies like Greyhound Bus Lines.

Travel to Las VegasFlying into Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport (LAS) is also a major way to get to Sin City. Many airlines offer extensive service and discounts to the city since it is so popular with people from all over the country and the world. With extensive air service, many people in the world will be able to get here with direct or one to two stop service. The airport enjoys direct non-stop service from all major hubs in the United States, all major cities in the west, several destinations in Canada and Mexico, London-Gatwick (LGW), and Tokyo-Narita (NRT).

Airline Service:

Car Rental Services:

Limousine Service:

Shuttle Services:

  • Bell Trans: (702)739-7990
  • C.L.S.: (702)740-4050
  • Grayline/Coach USA/Express Shuttle: (702)739-5700
  • Las Vegas Limousine: (702)736-1419
  • ODS: (702)876-2222
  • Showtime: (702)261-6101

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