Las Vegas Loop
The Las Vegas Convention Center offers fast, convenient, free on-campus transportation!
Looking to travel around the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) campus? The Vegas Loop at the LVCC quickly transports passengers throughout the 200-acre LVCC campus in a fun and convenient way, free of charge. The system consists of two one-way, .8-mile-long tunnels built to accommodate all-electric Tesla vehicles driving at speeds of up to 35 mph. The LVCC Loop reduces a 25-minute walk to a less than two-minute ride.
A show badge is required to board. Attendees can access the Vegas Loop at the LVCC via four stations:
- Central Station – Outside the Central Hall Main Entrance, this station is located below ground and is accessible via escalator or elevator (use this station to access the front of the South Hall).
- West Station – At the Southwest side of the West Hall, this station is located above ground.
- South Station – Back end of the South Hall, this station is located above ground.
- Riviera Station – At the Northwest side of the West Hall closest to Elvis Presley Drive, with direct access to Resorts World. This station is located aboveground.
The Vegas Loop also services the Resorts World Passenger Station, providing direct access between the hotel and the LVCC. Riders can now access the Resorts World station from any of the LVCC stations (Central station, West Station, South Station and Riviera Station).
There is currently no charge to travel between stations at the LVCC or from the LVCC to Resorts World Station.
Rides from Resorts World to the LVCC cost $4.50 for a day pass.