The Montaño Transit Center is now open.
Download the New Weekday Schedule Effective April 7, 2014
Download the New Weekend Schedule Effective April 7, 2014
The 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.