GETTING AROUND

  • ACVB_ABQride_rapid_rideOnce visitors are here, they will find Albuquerque is best experienced by car.
  • The Alvarado Transportation Center, located Downtown, is Albuquerque's transportation hub, directing both train and bus travel.
  • Legendary Route 66 can still be traveled today—it is now Central Avenue, Albuquerque’s “main street.”
  • Interstates 25 and 40 are Albuquerque’s major thoroughfares, intersecting in the middle of the city.
  • ABQ Ride is the City of Albuquerque’s public transportation service and provides rapid transit and local bus service as well as paratransit service with Sun Van. 
  • Visitors can use the buses to get to Albuquerque’s cultural attractions 
  • New Mexico Rail Runner Express runs most days (with north-south service through the metro area and Santa Fe)
  • Beginning in 2018, Albuquerque will offer Rapid Transit (ART) between Nob Hill, Downtown, and Old Town. 
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