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Los Ranchos / Journal Center Station Improvements

public meetingThe Rio Metro Regional Transit District is conducting a public information meeting to present the future parking, bicycle, and pedestrian improvements at the Los Ranchos / Journal Center Rail Runner Station, to be constructed immediately west of the rail road tracks in late spring 2017. The meeting will take place at the North Valley Library in Albuquerque on March 9 from 5-6:45 p.m. Please join us!

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Reading on the Rails

reading on rails logoStarting March 6, passengers on the New Mexico Rail Runner Express will see a new addition to the interior of our train cars. Each car will now feature a brightly labeled pocket containing children’s books near the entrance. These books are part of Reading on the Rails, a new program being offered by the Rail Runner to provide children and families with a meaningful and educational experience while riding the train.

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Valencia County Employees Receive a Special Salute

valencia staff appreciation 2On a chilly Thursday morning this past February, Rio Metro’s Valencia County staff was greeted to a special delivery of Blake’s Lotaburger breakfast burritos and hot coffee. And the person delivering? None other than KOB 4’s beloved weatherman, Steve Stucker. The delivery was part of KOB 4’s Morning Shift Salute, where Stucker delivers breakfast to workers who get up early, do their jobs well, and work hard at what they do.

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New Low-Floor Buses Now Serving Valencia County

low floor bus valenciaIn January of this year, the Rio Metro Regional Transit District introduced four new low-floor buses to our Valencia County fleet. The buses are equipped with an air ride system, allowing the driver to safely exit the bus through the passenger side to assist individuals in wheelchairs, and to lower the bus closer to the ground for passengers to get on and off.

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Proposed New Train Schedule

train in cloudsThe New Mexico Rail Runner Express will soon be implementing a new weekend train schedule. The new schedule would begin sometime in late March to coincide with the opening of the Zia Station in Santa Fe. In addition, there will be minor adjustments in timing to the weekday schedule. Please see the proposed schedules below. We invite you to take a brief survey regarding the changes.

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Thank You to Our Job Corps Volunteers

job corps party smMore than 30 students and staff from Albuquerque Job Corps helped put smiles on the faces of children and families this past December when they volunteered for Rio Metro’s annual Santa’s Village event. As a thank you for their cheerful participation in the event, Rio Metro staff hosted a pizza party in their honor last month.

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Seniors Ride Free This Spring!

seniors spring 2017Seniors are invited to explore central New Mexico by rail for free this February, March and April. Every Wednesday, seniors age 62+ can ride any New Mexico Rail Runner Express train at no cost. This special promotion will give residents and visitors the opportunity to explore locations in Santa Fe and Albuquerque using public transportation.

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Holiday Party Brought Together Seniors from Albuquerque, Pueblos

senior holiday party 2016 1 smIn mid-December, nearly 200 seniors from Albuquerque and four surrounding Pueblos gathered at the Los Volcanes Senior Center for a one-of-a-kind holiday party. The party was the culmination of a year’s worth of visits between members of the Albuquerque, Cochiti, Santo Domingo, Zia and Isleta Pueblo senior centers as part of the Rio Metro Regional Transit District’s Senior Exchange Program.

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Changes to Sandoval County Bus Routes

route 201Effective Monday, December 5, 2016, the following changes will go into effect for Rio Metro’s Sandoval County bus routes:

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Take the Train to Ski and Play in Santa Fe!

skier smTake the train to ski and play in Santa Fe this season. With one easy bus connection, the New Mexico Rail Runner Express can connect you to Ski Santa Fe, the Santa Fe National Forrest, Ten Thousand Waves and various points downtown including several hotels. Ride the train north and catch the new North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD) Mountain Trail bus at the South Capitol Station to begin your adventure!

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Meet Josh, Materials Supervisor for the Rail Runner

staff profile josh brennanAlthough a large part of Josh Brennan’s job is keeping the New Mexico Rail Runner Express running, an equally large part is getting it to stop.

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