Visitors to Las Vegas have a new way of getting around.
After months of delays, the city launched its 650 million dollar monorail today. The Z-shaped track shuttles gamblers to casinos on the Strip and is expected to help ease traffic along the stretch of glittering resorts.
A Florida man in town for a fishing convention says "it wasn't bad." Blair Wiggins says he'd take it any day over a cab.
Tourism officials are betting as many as 20 million visitors a year will use the monorail. It costs three-dollars one-way, and five and a-half dollars for a round trip ticket.
The monorail was supposed to start running in January but a series of problems derailed the project's timeline.
An extension to downtown Las Vegas and a connection to the airport are being considered.