Information about a proposed 3.4 percent Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Goal from ABQ RIDE.
City Council-Sponsored Program to Last through Dec. 31, 2016
Park and ride information for the 2016 Freedom 4th event.
Closer Park and Ride service at Cottonwood Mall -- again complementing traditional service from Coronado Center.
Service runs from June to close of N.M. State Fair in September.
Plans include avoiding construction in Nob Hill and Old Town during the holiday shopping seasons.
Salutes Transition from Once-Private Bus Company to State’s Most Utilized Public Transportation
Features Include New Design, More Seating and Money-Saving Tech Improvements
Renowned Performer, Teacher and Innovator Honored in a Ceremony at the Alvarado Transportation Center
ABQ RIDE fact checked this article about Albuquerque Rapid Transit in a local paper. We are addressing some of discrepancies or facts it left out.
ABQ RIDE fact checked a published opinion about Albuquerque Rapid Transit. We are addressing some of the inaccuracies it listed, or the facts it left out.
Route #40-D-Ride has moved passengers around Downtown since 2006.
Drivers needed for ABQ RIDE buses and Sun Van vehicles. Apply today!
Celebrating National Dump the Pump Day with App’s new City Bike Maps, as well as Metro Savings Calculator
Quantum Securement System Being Tested on a Rapid Ride Bus
A Look at 87 years of Driving Buses during ABQ RIDE’s 50th Anniversary Celebration
Middle and High School Art Students Help Promote Public Transportation
Mixed Media Displaying at Bus Shelters from Northeast to Southeast Albuquerque
“Life isn't a matter of milestones, but of moments.” Rose Kennedy
Working to Fix Problem
“Plan My Ride” Option Still Available in Several Places on ABQ RIDE’s Website
Middle and High School Art Students Create Ads That Promote Public Transportation.