Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada operates the Citizens Area Transit (CAT) bus system. CAT has multiple routes throughout the Las Vegas Valley and Henderson. The Strip route features a double-decker bus nicknamed The Deuce and run 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Los Angelenos: Don't be afraid to hop on The Deuce! I know it's not glamorous back in L.A. but, it's pretty clean here & there's lots of room onboard! Great going To & From DownTown LV & The Strip👍🚍
Make sure you know the "routes", "bus-stops" & "times" beforehand. Especially, if you're using The Deuce to head to the LA⬅➡LV Bus/ Party Bus or McCarran✈. Prob best to use Über 🚗 or flag a cab 🚕
I missed My Departing @ Midnight because somebody had passedout on The Deuce, 1 Stop, before My Stop @ the next casino over. Had to tough it out until 7. Got sick. Not worth it. Have a BackUp Plan!😠
No drinks on board! So if you plan to have a drink on hand while casino-hopping, do not take the bus and just walk and enjoy the view :)
$20 for 3 days of unlimited transportation. What a steal! Take the express line if you can during peak times.
I recommend this to all. Eventhough it'll mean that it will be more packed than it already is during peak hours
It comes every 15 to 30 minutes. There is no set times. You just have to wait.
Signage is ridiculous. Apparently the CAT 151 bus no longer exists. Should u want to go to Fremont St, pay your $5 for this fabulous 2 hour experience...(and I mean finding the stop, not riding on it
The Carrot Cake Martini that's promoted here is very messy and very sweet... drink cautiously!
On our way to the mgm grand to see the m & m display. Woo hoo and yes we got a late start. Exhausted from yesterday but still going.
Ride on top for a great view but plan to dump out any drinks or finish before boarding. No drinks allowed!!
Cool double decker bus that you can take unlimited times in a day for $7. It's better than walking 4 miles down the strip. :)
Use it! $5 for a 2 hour pass, but it's worth it to get North/ South on the Vegas Strip
Pay cash whenever possible especially if you don't use bus ticket machines often.
Convenient to Downtown but often crowded and gridlocked on the South Strip.
Cheapest way to get around, especially between the strip and downtown.
You are fine during the day but at night beware of crazy old dudes thinking this is a cheap city bus to home. Ughhh!
Cheap price for convenient (if sometimes crowded) travel.
$6 for a 2 hour pass or $8 for a 24 hour pass. And bring exact change!
Great price. Twice the bus route terminated before the end of route, so you may have to transfer unwittingly.
It would take 288 years for one person to spend one night in every hotel room in Las Vegas.
Only runs Vegas Blvd....so make sure you know that before paying.
This was the easiest way to get up and down The Strip. Buy the 24 hr. pass.
Best option going up and down the strip. $5 one way $7 for 24hrs.
If you're in town for more than a day get a 3-day pass it is the best value
Make friends with people. You'll never know when you'll get a free bus pass ;-)
Buy the 3-day pass for $20 it is worth it!
Great value, $7 for 24 hours
$3 for one way / $7 for 24hrs / $20 for three days
The Deuce and the SDX are the best way to get around Vegas !!
Take the express if you are in a hurry.
This thing is like The People of Walmart on wheels.
Get the 3-day unlimited pass for $20! :)
Map out the stops before trying to ride this thing.
8$ 24/7, very convenient
24 hr pass only $8
On a double decker bus riding down the strip!!
No food or drinks allowed.
A lot better then walking
If u can take the express do so!!
Al is the best driver!
Bring exact change!
Stand back, doors are closing.
$20.00 for 3 days!
slowest. service. ever.