Business is back: Las Vegas Monorail to reope...
Business is back

Las Vegas Monorail to reopen

Photo: LVCVA

As leisure and convention business returns to the destination and occupancy limits increase, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) has announced that the Las Vegas Monorail will resume operations at 7 a.m. on May 27, 2021 in time for Memorial Day weekend and upon completion of all systems safety inspections.

The 3.9-mile elevated system along the Las Vegas Strip enables passengers to travel the length of the resort corridor in less than 15 minutes, at speeds of up to 50 miles per hour. Trains will continue to arrive every 4-8 minutes at each of the seven stations.

"The Las Vegas Monorail has provided an important and convenient transportation solution for both leisure visitors and convention attendees," said Steve Hill, president and CEO of the LVCVA. "We are thrilled to resume normal operations in time for both Memorial Day weekend and World of Concrete, allowing us to provide a reliable and safe transportation solution for passengers looking for an efficient way to navigate to the Las Vegas Convention Center and throughout the resort corridor."
„We are thrilled to provide a reliable and safe transportation solution.“
Steve Hill, president and CEO of the LVCVA
Face masks will be required at all times throughout the system and customers are encouraged to maintain social distancing whenever possible. To ensure the system remains clean and sanitised, customers may encounter cleaning staff on trains and platforms. Additionally, hand sanitiser will be available at every Monorail station.