COVID-19 - Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, services and schedules of the different transportation options may be subject to change as well as the limit of available capacity could be reduced. In turn, due to the changing situation, some services may even be temporarily canceled.
Vehicles from Uber
can be boarded outside the luggage recollection hall.
(Tel +1 505 243 7433) operates services between the airport and Alvarado Transportation Center, in the city centre. Line 250 is an express and free service that runs only on weekdays. Travel time is 15 minutes. Route 50 runs along Yale Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. It operates from Monday to Friday between 7:00 am and 8:00 pm, Saturdays from 9:45 am to 6:50 pm and Sundays from 9:42 am to 4:57 pm, with a frequency of 30 min. and a cost of USD1.00. Stops are located at the west end of level 1.
There are also mini-bus services to Santa Fe provided by Groome Transportation (Tel +1 505 474 5696), and to Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Espanola and surrounding areas provided by RoadRunneR Shuttle & Charter (Tel +1 505 424 3367).
There are several companies that offer transportation to destinations inside the state, such as Belen, Catron County, Santa Fe, Espanola, Taos, Taos Ski Valley, Red River, Rio Costilla, Questa and Southern Colorado: Herrera Coaches (Tel +1 505 242 1108), Paradise Tours (Tel +1 505 877 0697), Socorro Taxi (Tel +1 505 835 4276), Taos Rides (Tel +1 575 613 3256), Tours of the Southwest (Tel +1 505 982 0623).
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A shuttle service from ABQ Ride
runs to the train station, where you can board services from New Mexico Rail Runner Express
(Tel +1 505 245 7245) to Santa Fe and Belen, or from Amtrak
(Tel +1 800 872 7245) to several locations inside the country.
Outside the Arrivals Hall, you can find cabs from zTrip
(Tel +1 505 247 8888) and ABQ Green Cab Company
(Tel +1 505 243 6800). The trip to the city centre takes 15-20 minutes.
Public transportation fares and schedules