Las Vegas Monorail Files for Bankruptcy Again as Coronavirus Shuts Service

Las Vegas Monorail Co., a transit system financed with municipal debt that serves some of the city’s marquee hotels, filed for bankruptcy for the second time in just over a decade after the coronavirus pandemic shut down service. The nonprofit transit system is proposing a quick bankruptcy sale to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority for about $24 million. The bulk of the purchase price is held entirely by municipal-bond investor Preston Hollow Capital LLC.

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