Ride Share from McCarran International Airport with Uber & Lyft

Ride Share services can be found at McCarran International Airport. Passengers have the option for getting to and from the airport, as Uber and Lyft are authorized at the airport located in Las Vegas.

Ride Share Map at McCarran International Airport
Ride Share Map at McCarran International Airport

It’s easy to get a ride using the Uber or Lyft app on your smart phone or mobile device. Get a free ride on Uber by using Promo Code 6y70u.

Ridesharing passengers are allowed to be dropped off curb side at the airport’s departures area at both Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. Check out where the designated Ride Share passenger pick up locations are below.

  • Ride Share Pick up from Terminal 1 – From Baggage Claim, take the elevator near door #2 up to level 2. Cross the pedestrian bridge on level 2 to the Terminal 1 Parking Garage. The Ride Share pick up is located on level 2M of the parking garage.
  • Ride Share Pick up from Terminal 3 – From Baggage Claim, take the elevator near door #52, #54 or #56 up to level 1. Cross the pedestrian bridge on level 1 to the Terminal 3 Parking Garage. The Ride Share pick up is located on the Valet level of the parking garage.
Uber and Lyft
Uber and Lyft

About Ride Share

Ride Share or Ridesharing is the sharing of vehicles by passengers to reduce vehicle trips, traffic congestion and automobile emissions. Types of transportation that are considered Ridesharing include carpool, vanpool, and transit or public transport. Bicycle commuting and walking are also considered forms of Ridesharing, since a motorized vehicle is not being used for the trip. Telework and compressed work schedules are also included, since no vehicle trip is used for the work hours. Other names for ridesharing include Transportation Demand Management, Alternative Transportation, Active Transportation, and Mobility.

The service commonly referred to as Real-time ridesharing, and provided by Transportation Network Companies such as Lyft and Uber and Sidecar, arranges one-time rides on an on-demand basis and does not require the sharing of the vehicle for the purpose of reducing vehicle trips. As of January 2015, the Associated Press Stylebook recommended a change in this language to ride-hailing or ride-booking services. – Wikipedia

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