(last updated 09/12/20: Latest General FAQs (URL) here)
(09/07/20): IROS 2020 will not
be held in-person. The safety and well-being of our participants is our priority. With the continued resurgence of COVID-19
within the State of Nevada, in particular Las Vegas, along with the city’s prohibiting large or even
moderately-sized public gatherings, it makes it an impossibility to hold the in-person event as originally planned.
Instead, IROS On-Demand will be the platform to enjoyable and easily access
IROS content anywhere, anytime, with any device. IROS On-Demand will be released Oct 25, 2020 and content will be available
for 1-month minimum. More details will be released over the next few weeks.
If you made travel reservations, we suggest you cancel them since the in-person format will not be held.
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McCarran International Airport (LAS) is located 3 miles southeast of the Caesars Forum. For information regarding airport, please refer to airport's website
There are various options for transportation to and from McCarran International Airport
including taxis, limos, ride share and shuttle services. Additional information can be
For parking information and pricing please visit CET Parking
Please note that there are limited parking facilities for large or oversized vehicles on
Getting Around Las Vegas
Ride-sharing, most commonly associated with Uber & Lyft are prevalent as a means of transportation in Las Vegas, providing another option for visitors to get around the destination. Ride-sharing companies provide transportation through their apps in the driver's personal vehicle.
: Varies depending on where you want to go. Prices are estimated in the app when ordering a ride.
The Las Vegas Monorail
stops at seven points on the Las Vegas Strip:
• MGM Grand
• Flamingo/Caesars Palace
• Harrah's/The LINQ Hotel + Experience
• The Las Vegas Convention Center
• SAHARA Las Vegas
A single ride is US$5; a day pass is US$13; and they also have two to seven-day passes with prices that range from US$23-$56. If you're a Nevada local, you can buy a single ride for $1; restrictions apply depending on how many you want to buy.
Taxis are the main form of transportation used throughout Vegas. There is an abundance of them all over the city and, most likely, always a few waiting within a taxi line at a hotel during all hours of the day and night.
Varies depending on traffic and time of year. Additionally, taxis requested at the airport have an additional fee included.
is the name of Las Vegas' form of public transportation that's operated by the Regional Transportation Committee. It's one of the best ways to get around the city when you're looking to save your money during your trip.
While the bus runs throughout the town, there are two routes you can specifically take for the Strip and Downtown. The routes are The Deuce on the Strip, which stops at or around most properties on the Strip, and the SDX (Strip and Downtown Express), which stops at about half the stops as the other route. In total, the SDX bus (Direction: Strip and Downtown Express Southbound) has 21 stops departing from Grand Central @ LV North Premium Outlets (N) Opens in New Window and ending in South Strip Transit Terminal Bay 3 (N).
Tickets can be purchased on the bus for:
A two-hour pass | US$6
24-hour pass | US$8
Three-day pass | US$20.
This is also the most cost-effective way to get to your hotel from the airport. The Deuce does not stop at the airport, so you'll have to take the Route 109 bus to the South Strip Transfer Station to get on The Deuce. Access to Route 109 is located in Terminal 1.
Hertz Rental Car has a location at The Flamingo and Harrahs Las Vegas in the Front Lobby.
Hours of operation are 7:00am to 1:00pm and 2:00pm to 5:00pm 7 days a week. For more
information please call 1-800-654-3131 or visit the Hertz Website - Flamingo
or Hertz Website - Harrahs