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Treasure Island-Mirage Tram

Though Treasure Island and the Mirage are only separated by a street, there is a free tram that runs between the two of them if you’d prefer not to walk.

To catch the tram at Treasure Island, you’ll need to navigate your way to an indoor corridor located near the entrance to the parking garage, where you’ll have to stand behind automatic gates. When the tram arrives, give those leaving the cars a chance to disembark.

The station at the Mirage is located outside, but it is shaded and there is a misting system running at times. You can find the station to the left of the hotel’s front entrance.

The Treasure Island-Mirage tram runs behind the hotels, set back from the Strip. It passes over palm trees, vegetation and Treasure Island’s pool on the west side of the resort.

Seating on the tram is similar to that on a bus with long benches and some standing room.

The Treasure Island-Mirage tram runs between 7:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m. daily. You shouldn’t have to wait longer than 15 minutes for the tram to arrive, and the ride lasts two to four minutes. Depending on how fast you can walk, it may be quicker to go on foot.

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