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Follow Chase Stevens on Twitter @csstevensphoto Las Vegas Monorail and ride-sharing app Lyft are collaborating for a deal to increase ridership with both transportation modes. Anyone who purchases the Monorail’s full-price, unlimited trip pass for $12 will receive a special code for a $5 discount rates with Lyft, authorities with the Las Vegas Monorail said Thursday.
“This collaboration with Lyft bridges the transport gap and permits our customers to extend their journeys quickly and economically to the airport, downtown and beyond,” Ingrid Reisman, a Monorail vice-president, said in a ready statement. Single flights on the Monorail cost $5, but regional residents can buy the fare for$ 1.
By Art Marroquin Las Vegas Review-Journal October 19, 2017-4:39 pm