(505) 955-2001 Santa Fe Trails main office: 2931 Rufina Street

The City of Santa Fe offers a comprehensive bus service for its residents and guests. Click here for maps and schedules:


Medicare cards are accepted for the reduced fare.
Semi Annual and Annual passes sold at Santa Fe Trails main office only. Partnership Program for Non-Profit & Social Services Agencies who purchase bus passes in volume for their indigent clients. BUS PASSES MAY BE PURCHASED

On the bus (cash only) At the Santa Fe Trails main office located at 2931 Rufina St. (cash, check or most credit cards) At the Santa Fe Place Mall business office (cash only)


At the Santa Fe Community College book store: At St. John’s College book store:
*** Student must present a valid student ID***


(505) 473-4444 In addition to the fixed route service, the City of Santa Fe provides ADA complementary para-transit service. This is “origin to destination” transportation service for persons with disabilities who cannot use the regular bus service. It is primarily curb to curb service, but door to door service is provided upon request. This service is provided during the same days and hours of operation of the fixed route service. Individuals who wish to be considered for this service will need to complete an application, have the information verified by a medical professional, and be certified by us as ADA para-transit eligible. The cost for this service is $2.00 for each one-way trip within the city limits. The bus operator will assist an individual to get on or off the bus, but will not load or unload the individual’s personal belongings or carry-on items. If an individual needs assistance beyond this, he/she must be accompanied by a personal care attendant. Required personal care attendants ride free with the person they are assisting. You may read the entire Santa Fe Ride policies and procedures by clicking here.


(505) 629-4725 | 866-206-0754
1327 N. Riverside Drive | Española, NM 87532 The North Central Regional Transit District began service in 2007. It provides free bus transit connecting communities and pueblos throughout the counties of north central New Mexico including Los Alamos, Rio Arriba, Santa Fe and Taos. Further expanding its reach, the signature RTD Blue Buses provide riders with connections to New Mexico Rail Runner, Santa Fe Trails, New Mexico Park and Ride, Los Alamos Atomic City Transit, Taos Chile Line, Red River Miner’s Transit and Mountain Trail. All of its buses are ADA accessible and equipped with bicycle racks. The RTD provides service on 20 Fixed routes and two Demand Response routes.

AMTRAK (Train Service)

800-872-7245 The Amtrak train station in Lamy, New Mexico, approximately 25 miles from Santa Fe, has an enclosed waiting area without Wi-Fi, parking, and an accessible platform with no wheelchair available. To check train schedules, visit:

RAIL RUNNER EXPRESS (Regional Train Service)

866-795-7245 Santa Fe Trails accommodates train passengers with connecting bus service at two locations in Santa Fe via Routes 2 and 4. Ride the bus to the train station and eliminate parking costs, gas costs and traffic woes. Ride for free by just showing your bus driver your Rail Runner Day or Monthly Pass. Rail Runner E tickets on your mobile device are accepted.

Santa Fe Depot

(410 S. Guadalupe)
South Capitol Station (off Pen Road) For a bus route map for the two Santa Fe Depots click the link: Bus to Rail Runner Connection: CONNECTION_TO_RAIL_RUNNER_8-11-14_2.pdf


schedule, connections, fees, stations and more.


A free shuttle runs every 15 to 20 minutes depending upon traffic, Monday through Saturday.

(505) 955-6581
Parking Division Administrative Services
500 Market Street, Suite 200
Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Residents can purchase a “Cash Key” to use in city meters except those taking credit cards at the Parking Division office. The cash key is programmable and provides a cashless way to park at single-spaced parking meters. Customers purchase a cash key for $25 plus tax, then load monies onto the key for use in meters. To use, insert the cash key into the slot on the left-hand side of the parking meter and add time in increments of 15 minutes. The cash key can be attached to a key ring and kept with your car keys. To report a broken meter, visit:


The Santa Fe Municipal Airport offers daily commercial flights that connect to Dallas, Denver and Los Angeles.

American Eagle Airlines
Offers daily nonstop flight service to Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) and Los Angeles (LAX). Reservations: 800-433-7300
Lost Baggage Claim: 800-535-5225

United Airlines
Offers daily nonstop flight service to Denver (DEN).
Reservations: 800-864-8331
Lost Baggage Claim: 800-335-2247

The Terminal Building offers a variety of services for the traveling public. Amenities include a full-service restaurant, airline ticket counters, airline self-serve kiosks, parking pre-pay envelopes and drop box, baggage claim, rental car counters, airport shuttle, restrooms, vending machines, information displays and flyers, and the airport management offices.

(505) 424-3367
RoadRunner Shuttle is located inside the airport terminal for your convenience. They offer 14 passenger vans, suburban SUVs, sedans and a 28-passenger charter bus. Call for reservations.


Two rental car companies are located inside the airport terminal for your convenience. Avis Rent-A-Car
Reservations: 800-230-4898

Hertz Rent-A-Car
Reservations US, Puerto Rico, Canada: 800-654-3131 Reservations International: 800-654-3001

The Santa Fe Municipal Airport offers convenient and affordable long- and short-term parking just steps away from the terminal. Parking is free for the first four hours, and then $3 a day in all lots. Handicapped accessible parking is available.

How to Pay
Parking is on a pre-pay, self-serve system. They accept debit or credit cards at the 4 Pay and Display machines within the parking lots. For cash and check, you may use the pre-pay envelopes that are available inside the major entrance door way and outside in the parking lot under the large parking instruction sign just before you get to the terminal.

Follow the instructions on the pre-pay envelope.
Insert your payment. Cash or check only.
Affix the white display copy to your windshield.
Drop your sealed payment envelope in one of two secure lock boxes near the blank envelopes. The secure lock boxes are bright yellow.

Frequently Asked Questions About Parking
What if I’m not sure how long I will need to park my car?

Pay for the least amount of days you think you will need to park your car at the  airport.  Call (505) 955-2900 or email us to let us know your car may be here  longer than you’re pre-paying for.  If your stay is longer than expected, you can  pay the difference upon your return by using a debit or credit card at the pay and display machines or pulling an envelope and enclosing the extra amount and  dropping into the secure lock box.

What if I pre-pay a certain amount and then my travel plans change?

If your car may be here longer than you pre-paid for, call (505) 955-2900 or email us to let us know. You can pay the difference when you return by using a debit or credit card at the pay and display machines or pulling an envelope and enclosing the extra amount and dropping into the secure lock box. If your car is here for less time than you pre-paid for, call (505) 955-2900 or email us. They can refund the difference.

Is my car safe?

Parking at the Santa Fe Municipal Airport is at the owner’s risk and the airport  assumes no responsibility for your car.  Lock your car and do not leave valuables in it, especially in plain sight.