Just because downtown Las Vegas is known for its easy walkability doesn’t mean a free shuttle service to get around town isn’t a welcome convenience when a quick and easy ride is preferred.
If you live downtown in one of the area’s coveted high-rises, including Juhl, the iconic loft-style condominium community that spans an entire block, the Downtown Loop is not only convenient, but it’s also free!
Known as the Downtown Loop, the free service features comfortable shuttles that continuously loop around downtown. So, whether you’re checking out local craft brewers on Brewery Row, lingering in the Art District’s galleries and coffee houses, shopping at the world-famous Las Vegas North Premium Outlets, visiting The Smith Center for the Performing Arts or the Mob Museum, the Downtown Loop offers a quick, free and convenient way to get to-and-from all of the area’s amazing attractions and amenities.
Simply stand by a Downtown Loop sign that designates a stop and wait for the shuttle. You can track how far the shuttle is from your stop at the City of Las Vegas GoVegas app. When you board, tell the friendly driver where you want to visit. They will remind you when you’ve reached your stop.
The Downtown Loop Shuttle runs Sunday-Thursday from 11am to 6pm and Friday and Saturday from 3 pm to 10 pm. And during First Friday events there’s a special route that runs from the City Hall Garage, at 495 S. Main St. to the 18b Arts District. Since the shuttles run continuously around the loop, there are no set times or schedules, but the wait is never long.
The Downtown Loop launched in 2017 and is a partnership between the city of Las Vegas, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada and Keolis Transit.