Getting There and Around

December 2009
Medical Meetings;Dec2009 Vegas Supplement, p34
Trade Publication
This article offers transportation information for visitors in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is noted that the McCarran International Airport serves more than 125 destination in the U.S. and abroad. Also stated are fare range for taxis, airport shuttle service and public monorail. The driverless public monorail reaches more than 25,000 hotel rooms.


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