Transit Centers and Park & Rides


BTC July 2013Bonneville Transit Center (BTC)

The Bonneville Transit Terminal is located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, on the southwest corner of Casino Center Boulevard at 101 E. Bonneville Avenue, and was designed to compliment the redevelopment and revitalization of the Downtown Las Vegas area.The facility features 16 on-site vehicle bays, approximately 100 double-stacked bike racks, a self-service bike repair station and preferred parking spaces for hybrid vehicles.

The Bonneville Transit Center was designed with a commitment to sustainability and received a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building certification of Platinum.

Centennial Hills Bay MapCentennial Hills Transit Center and Park & Ride

The Centennial Hills Transit Center and Park & Ride is located at 7313 Grand Montecito Pkwy. in the northwest part of the Las Vegas Valley near the US 95 and Durango Drive interchange. The facility features approximately 900 free surface parking spaces for cars, transit shelters and transit bays for future service, “kiss and ride” area and ticket vending machines.

South Strip Transfer Terminal (SSTT)

The South Strip Transfer Terminal located at 6675 Gilespie St. is the Regional Transportation of Southern Nevada’s (RTC’s) first park and ride facility and has been successfully serving the community since 2004 as a transit hub for the RTC and it’s an option for travelers using McCarran International Airport.

SSTT Bay MapThe parking spaces at the terminal are available free of charge on a first come, first-serve basis to transit riders. Passengers are permitted to leave their vehicle parked in the lot for up to seven days and are encouraged to notify Security at 702-676-1849 when leaving their vehicle in the parking lot. If their vehicle needs to be left for longer than seven days, transit riders must make arrangements with Security. It is a good idea to register your vehicle with us if you plan to park there for more than just the day. You can do so by clicking here to download the Vehicle Information Form. Simply fill this out and present it to the security officer on-site

Westcliff Transit Center and Park & Ride

Westcliff Transit Center Bays

Residents living in the western part of the valley now have a fast transit option for travel to Downtown, the Strip and McCarran International Airport via the Westcliff Airport Express (WAX). The Westcliff Transit Center located at 25 S. Durango Dr. features more than 140 parking spaces, ticket vending machines and a climate-controlled transit center for passengers to wait for vehicles.

Three residential transit routes also serve the Westcliff Transit Center. Routes 207 (Alta/ Stewart), 208 (Washington), and 209 (Vegas Drive/Owens) stop at the Westcliff Transit Center. The transit center is conveniently located near Summerlin Parkway, making it an ideal spot for carpool partners to meet.

UNLV Transit Center

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Transit Center is located on the main campus near the intersection of Maryland Parkway and University Avenue.  Development of the site and the usage of the transit center was a joint venture between the RTC and UNLV.  Amenities include six transit vehicle bays for Centennial Express (CX) and future UNLV campus shuttle vehicles.  Additional amenities include an outdoor shelter waiting area with canopies, bicycle racks, lighting, landscaping, and informational signage for route planning.

The UNLV Transit Center Project is part of a nationwide effort to promote livability and sustainability in transportation systems across the country.

Airplane IconTraveling to McCarran International Airport?

Route 108, Route 109, and the Westcliff Airport Express all stop at the airport’s Ground Level Zero at Terminal 1. If you are traveling to Terminal 3 you can now take the Centennial Express and the Westcliff Airport Express. Please note that the Centennial Express only goes to Terminal 3.

You can also access the airport on the Strip & Downtown Express by going to the South Strip Transfer Terminal (SSTT) and riding Route 109 straight there. To plan a trip online, use the Google Transit Trip Planner located on our home page.

At the airport, purchase transit passes using the Ticket Vending Machines (TVM) located at the bus stops on Level Zero of Terminal 1 and 3. TVMs only accept Visa or MasterCard credit/debit cards. Alternately, you can purchase your pass when you board the vehicle. Please have exact change ready.