Las Vegas Metropolitan Commuter Monorail

The American Monorail-proposed metropolitan commuter monorail system should serve as an effective and attractive alternative to auto commuting and traffic congestion throughout urban Las Vegas.

Designed to serve Las Vegas metropolitan area commuters and intra-city travelers, fifty miles of proposed dual monorail guide ways would connect Henderson, northwest, northeast, suburban and central Las Vegas and link with the existing four-mile Las Vegas Monorail. Monorail service to McCarran International Airport would effectively link and integrate the airport into the existing and new monorail systems.

Proposed Route Run Path Video

Other Las Vegas Run Path Videos

Las Vegas Monorail

Las Vegas Central Monorail

Central Las Vegas Monorail & McCarran Airport

Las Vegas Central & McCarran Airport Connector

Northwest Commuter Express Monorail

Southwest Commuter Express Monorail

Southeast Commuter Express Monorail

Northeast Commuter Express Monorail

One Response to “Las Vegas Metropolitan Commuter Monorail”

  1. For a 501(c)(3) organization, leaning towards Public-Private Partnerships, American Monorail could pave the way with Monorail and other elevated designs. I love the mission statement conclusion. Lots of luck in your endeavor. Great depiction of different locations in the ride through modes.
    American Monorail was one of the 16 presenters in the December 2011 MonorailEX International conference, a well attended and informative event!

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