The Montaño Rail Runner Station is located within Albuquerque’s newest transportation hub – the Montaño Transit Center. It serves residents of Albuquerque’s North Valley and the bustling Montaño/Montgomery river-crossing corridor. LED lighting, solar panels and a pueblo-revival style rail platform are just some of the features unique to this station.
130 Montaño Road NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(Montaño Road and 2nd Street NW)
From I-25 or Albuquerque’s East Side:
From Albuquerque’s West Side:
From Downtown Albuquerque & the near North Valley:
Approximately 290 parking spaces are located adjacent to the rail platform.
Each New Mexico Rail Runner Express station is distinguished by a symbol representative of the area in which the station is located. The symbol for the Montaño station, located in Albuquerque’s North Valley near the Rio Grande Bosque, depicts a cottonwood tree leaf and a sprinkling of cottonwood seeds. Rio Grande cottonwoods have been growing in Albuquerque’s bosque (Spanish for woods) for more than a million years. With heart-shaped leaves, cottonwood trees are sometimes referred to as the heart of the bosque, as they provide critical habitat for the many birds, mammals and insects of the ecosystem.