Belen Bus Connections

Alert NoticeNOTICE: In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, many New Mexico transit providers have suspended or adjusted service. Please contact the transit agency directly to inquire about service and schedules. View Transit Provider Contact Information 

Ride any ABQ RIDE, Santa Fe Trails or Rio Metro bus for free when you show the driver your valid New Mexico Rail Runner Express printed or mobile ticket!

Rio Metro Route 206 * - Service Suspended

This bus takes commuters from Main Street and Camino del Llano to the Westside Apartments, along the neighborhoods served by Mesa Road and Reinken Avenue to the Belen Rail Runner Station in the mornings and back home in the evenings. Weekdays only.

View the Route 206 Schedule (PDF)

*Effective August 30, 2022: Route 206 service suspended until further notice.

Rio Metro Route 208

This bus provides three northbound and three southbound trips morning/midday between Valencia County, the Pueblo of Isleta, and Downtown Albuquerque when the Rail Runner does not operate. Riders are encouraged to use Route 208 in combination with the Rail Runner, for example, by taking the bus to Downtown Albuquerque midday and returning by train in the evening. Weekdays only.

View the Route 208 Schedule (PDF)


A curb-to-curb service in the Belen area. All rides must be requested by 12 noon one business day in advance by calling 505-352-3595. Rides are $1 each way. Weekdays only.

View the Valencia County Dial-a-Ride Page

Socorro Shuttle

Use this route to access Socorro Monday through Friday. Fares apply. 

Visit the Socorro Shuttle Schedule Page

Rail Runner Bus Connection Guide

Download the Rail and Bus Connections Guide (PDF)

Alternate Format

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