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This is a blog that hopes to help with the confusion of bus riding in Vegas. Comments are encouraged. Spam is not encouraged. Comments that include websites will not be published. Allow time for moderation of all comments.



Tuesday, June 26, 2012

WElCOME

Welcome.
There were many bus changes this year.
However, I think I am up and current on enough bus information to make this a viable blog again.
Don't hesitate to make comments that ask questions or correct errors.
I hope this is a helpful guide to using the current bus system in Vegas.
The usual tourist routes were not changed with the new change of service.
However, there is a proposal for radical rate changes, probably not to come in to effect until September 2012.  Near that time, check to see what is current.  I'll post what I know when I know it.

3 comments:

  1. Im a little surprised on their new system, i think it will work just like the old one.

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  2. Hi Dewey!
    I am planning on a trip to Vegas in October. I am planning on buying a 15 day pass. Will that pass be good on the Strip buses and express buses - like in the past? Thanks for all your help and for the great advice you share!
    Connell

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  3. I have no knowledge of anything in October. Sorry. No 15 day pass has as yet been implemented. See what happens next month, if anything.

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