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Las Vegas RTC launches tourist-friendly website

Posted on October 12, 2011

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) launched ridethestrip.com, a new website specifically designed to make it easier for the millions of business and leisure travelers to plan their transportation in advance of visiting Las Vegas.

Ridethestrip.com highlights the cost-effective, reliable and modern public transportation alternatives to and from McCarran International Airport, the Las Vegas Strip and downtown Las Vegas.

Visitors can use the new website to help plan their transportation to and from their destinations. They can also purchase a three-day All Access Pass for $20 online, before they depart to Las Vegas. The transit services highlighted on the new site include the "Deuce on the Strip," the Strip & Downtown Express and the Westcliff Airport Express.

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