Transportation

Find out how to get around the show and the city of Las Vegas during CES.

View CES 2023 Transportation Flyer (PDF)


Complimentary shuttle service will be provided at select official CES hotels to/from the LVCC and Venetian Expo, Wednesday, Jan. 4 - Sunday, Jan. 8. View CES 2023 Transportation Flyer (PDF)

 
ADA accessible transportation is available during regularly scheduled shuttle hours and must be requested at least 30 minutes in advance.

C Space Shuttle

Take the C Space Shuttle (Route 8) to ARIA to/from the LVCC and Venetian Expo Wednesday through Sunday. See the Hotel Shuttle Schedule for hours and loading points.

Tech Express

Take the Tech Express between the LVCC and Venetian Expo Wednesday to Saturday 7:30 AM-7 PM, Sunday 7:30 AM-5 PM. Boarding locations are Curbside at the LVCC Central Hall 2 entrance and curbside along Sands Ave. in front of the Venetian Expo.

 

The Las Vegas Monorail connects the LVCC and Westgate to a variety of hotels on the Strip including, Bally’s, Flamingo, Harrah’s/LINQ, MGM Grand and Sahara. Discounted tickets will be available to purchase here by Oct. 1.

Service is available:

  • Monday: 7 AM–Midnight
  • Tuesday -Thursday: from 7 AM–2 AM
  • Friday to Sunday: 7 AM–3 AM

Note: The Monorail does not service Venetian Expo. Take the complimentary Tech Express shuttle to and from the LVCC and Venetian Expo.

Uber, Lyft and other transportation network companies operate in Las Vegas. Pay attention to pop-up messages within these apps as some pickup locations are restricted. CES venues and most hotels have designated pickup entrances to meet your driver.

Pickup locations:

  • LVCC: West Hall driveway off Convention Center Drive or front of South Hall off Paradise Rd. 
  • Venetian Expo: Main porte-cochere on Sands Ave.
  • Venetian Hotel: Valet area in parking garage
  • ARIA: North Valet

There are also other nearby options that riders may select near the LVCC, including the Westgate, Renaissance and surrounding hotel and restaurants.

You’ll find taxi lines at the front of the LVCC, West and North Halls and at all other show venues. Taxi lines tend to be long, especially at the close of the show each day. Consider taking one of the free CES shuttles or the Las Vegas Monorail to avoid the crowds.
Public parking is available at the LVCC in the Bronze and Platinum lots for $10 per day. Parking is also available at other CES venues in their respective hotel garages. 

Passenger vehicles may pick up or drop off passengers in front of the LVCC South Hall by entering from Paradise Road next to the Renaissance Hotel or at the West Hall entrances by entering off of Convention Center Drive.

Drivers must remain with their vehicles at all times; no standing or parking is allowed. Uber/Lyft cars must use the West Hall driveway or front of South Hall.

The Vegas Loop is the newest transportation option in Las Vegas which includes the LVCC Loop and the brand-new extension to the Resorts World hotel from the LVCC West Hall.

The LVCC Loop provides a free and fast two-minute trip across the LVCC campus connecting the new West Hall with Central and South Halls (adjacent to the Platinum parking lot). View the map here.

The Vegas Loop Resorts World extension carries passengers directly between Resorts World and the LVCC West Hall for a small fare. If you are a guest at Resorts World, you will receive a daily credit to and from the LVCC each day.
 
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