New Transportation Service out of Las Vegas McCarran Airport

Last Updated on June 13, 2019 by Greg Bessoni

 (Sampsel & Preston Photography / Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada)

There’s no shortage of ways to get from McCarran International Airport to the Strip, and as of this week, you’ll have yet another choice in ground transportation at LAS Airport.

This service can be described as this: Think if SuperShuttle and Uber had a baby. A ride hail app service with a shared ride flavor. The Service called Trip to Strip will cost from $6 and up and drop off at designated locations. Unlike Uber or Lyft, however, the service will remain the same per mile rate regardless of the time of day or demand for its services.

Unlike a taxi, Uber or even SuperShuttle, Trip to strip will pickup and drop-off at bus stops. You’ll find stops at the Airport, naturally, the Las Vegas Convention Center, Resorts along the strip and the M Resort.

According to the LA Times, a trip from the MGM Grand costs $8.40, while Lyft was $8.85 and SuperShuttle cost one passenger $11.

Taxi service is still going to cost at least $20, but they by far the fastest means of transportation.