ABQ RIDE

ABQ RIDE Each day ABQ RIDE serves over 40,000 passengers - providing over 10 million rides every year. ABQ RIDE is Albuquerque, NM's citywide mass transit provider.

With 41 fixed-service routes, a fleet of 160 buses, and 65 paratransit vans running every weekday across the Albuquerque area, ABQ RIDE gets you where you want to go. Want more info? Go to our website! www.myabqride.com

Have any questions or concerns? Write on our wall or send us a message.

Operating as usual

02/14/2021

UPDATE:
ABQ RIDE is providing limited service due to weather conditions. Additional service on routes will be provided as road conditions improve. ART service is cancelled for the remainder of the day today. Customers are urged to stay in touch with ABQ RIDE via abqride.com, and social media for updates. The fastest way to get up-to-date information about routes and service is by calling 3-1-1.

02/14/2021

All ABQ RIDE routes are running at this time, except for ART. Icy conditions are keeping that route from running.
However, due to icy roads, the buses in many instances are moving more slowly than usual.
We’ll update you if there are any changes.

02/14/2021

No ART service today. Road conditions are being monitored for other routes

02/14/2021

All ABQRIDE service is delayed due to unsafe driving conditions. Additional updates will be provided.

Two ART stations in Downtown will be temporarily shut down from February 15 through February 18. This is due to routine ...
02/11/2021
Route Detours

Two ART stations in Downtown will be temporarily shut down from February 15 through February 18. This is due to routine maintenance on light fixtures. For more information, including temporary stops, go to the link below:
www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

Construction in Downtown Albuquerque through Friday, Feb. 12 is detouring five routes. For details on the routes and det...
02/11/2021
Route Detours

Construction in Downtown Albuquerque through Friday, Feb. 12 is detouring five routes. For details on the routes and detours, go to the link below;
www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

Temporary bus stops setting up at two locations in NE Albuquerque this week, due to road work. One is for Rt.#5 on Montg...
02/08/2021
Route Detours

Temporary bus stops setting up at two locations in NE Albuquerque this week, due to road work. One is for Rt.#5 on Montgomery, west of Morris. The other is for #66-Central and #777-ART Green Line on Central, just west of Juan Tabo due to N.M. Gas work. For details on the temporary stops, go to the link below:
www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

02/05/2021
Transit Equity Day 2021

Mayor Tim Keller, Directors Danny Holcomb, (ABQ Transit) and Michelle Melendez, (Office of Equity and Inclusion) news conference about Transit Equity Day 2021.

Happy Transit Equity Day! Everyone rides for free today:) 🚌 🤩
02/04/2021

Happy Transit Equity Day! Everyone rides for free today:) 🚌 🤩

Don't forget! Ride free on all ABQ RIDE buses and Sun Vans on Thursday, February 4, Transit Equity Day. More about that ...
02/01/2021

Don't forget! Ride free on all ABQ RIDE buses and Sun Vans on Thursday, February 4, Transit Equity Day. More about that to come in the next few days. See you on the bus!

The detour for Route #50-Airport/Downtown is back in effect until further notice. This is due to a road closure at Lead ...
01/28/2021
Route Detours

The detour for Route #50-Airport/Downtown is back in effect until further notice. This is due to a road closure at Lead and Yale because of construction. Detour details in the link below:
www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

Route #51-Atrisco/Rio Bravo is on detour through late February due to construction on Prince, between Prosperity and Rio...
01/25/2021
Route Detours

Route #51-Atrisco/Rio Bravo is on detour through late February due to construction on Prince, between Prosperity and Rio Bravo. Several stops are temporarily closed for the time being. Two other temporary stops are available. For more information, go to the link below: www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

The ABQ RIDE+ app is available for download on both Apple and Android phones. It combines the features of the old ABQ RI...
01/21/2021

The ABQ RIDE+ app is available for download on both Apple and Android phones. It combines the features of the old ABQ RIDE app, as well as some new upgrades. For more on the upgraded app and where to download it, go to the link below:
www.cabq.gov/transit/news/abq-ride-upgrading-its-abqride-app

For the next two days, the eastbound lane of West Central ART station at Coors will be closed. Riders can use the eastbo...
01/20/2021
Route Detours

For the next two days, the eastbound lane of West Central ART station at Coors will be closed. Riders can use the eastbound Route #66-Central stop to catch all eastbound ART buses. For more information, go to the link below:
www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

Rt. #16-Broadway/University/Gibson is detouring eastbound from Monday, Jan. 18 through Wednesday, Jan. 27. This is due t...
01/19/2021
Route Detours

Rt. #16-Broadway/University/Gibson is detouring eastbound from Monday, Jan. 18 through Wednesday, Jan. 27. This is due to road construction on Gibson & University. For more information, go to the link below:
www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

01/16/2021
Rt. #16-Broadway/University/Gibson is detouring southbound around road work at Carlisle & Lead. Detour is until further ...
01/15/2021
Route Detours

Rt. #16-Broadway/University/Gibson is detouring southbound around road work at Carlisle & Lead. Detour is until further notice. For details, go to the link below:
www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

Transit Advisory Board:  Do you regularly ride the City bus (ABQ Ride)?  If so, we invite to apply to serve on the City’...
01/13/2021

Transit Advisory Board: Do you regularly ride the City bus (ABQ Ride)? If so, we invite to apply to serve on the City’s Transit Advisory Board, which advises the City on ABQ Ride programs and services. Ideal candidates are regular ABQ Ride users who work well with others and have an interest keeping ABQ Ride safe, reliable, innovative, and inclusive for all. For more information, visit: https://www.cabq.gov/clerk/boards-commissions#transit-advisory-board

Route #157 will not be servicing Kirtland Air Force Base on the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Holiday. Due to the Gibson Gat...
01/13/2021
Route Detours

Route #157 will not be servicing Kirtland Air Force Base on the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Holiday. Due to the Gibson Gate closure, trips to Kirtland on Route #157-Montaño/Uptown/Kirtland will end instead at Gibson and San Pedro. For detour details, go to the link below:
www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

Seven routes detouring in Downtown on Wednesday, January 13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. only. This is due to the closure of Go...
01/12/2021
Route Detours

Seven routes detouring in Downtown on Wednesday, January 13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. only. This is due to the closure of Gold Avenue, between Fourth and Fifth Streets. Go to the link below for more details.
www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

01/11/2021

Detour: #16-Broadway/University/Gibson
Effective from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday, January 11, 2021 only. Detouring northbound due to Water Authority work at the intersection.

Northbound:
• North-Carlisle
• East-Carlisle Place
• North- Parkland Circle
• West-Santa Clara
• North-Carlisle
Back to Regular Route.

ART routes #766 & 777 are detouring westbound only around Broadway and Central due to construction in the area. Route #6...
01/04/2021
Route Detours

ART routes #766 & 777 are detouring westbound only around Broadway and Central due to construction in the area. Route #66-Central is also detouring westbound through the area. These detours could last through Friday, January 15. For more information, go to the link below:
www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

ABQ RIDE
01/01/2021

ABQ RIDE

Hey Sun Van Family! We know staying home has been hard, hang in there. We’ll continue to drive you to those essential ap...
12/31/2020

Hey Sun Van Family! We know staying home has been hard, hang in there. We’ll continue to drive you to those essential appointments and errands and look forward to getting the rest of you around town when it’s safe. Happy New Year!

ABQ RIDE's cover photo
12/31/2020

ABQ RIDE's cover photo

Our hoomans love their doggos and here’s why:Stephanie’s baby and Maddie: Loving, happy disposition, always wanting to p...
12/29/2020

Our hoomans love their doggos and here’s why:
Stephanie’s baby and Maddie: Loving, happy disposition, always wanting to play.
Amanda Trujillo and Sabie: The unconditional love a dog gives you!
Rolando Suarez and Cali: She was a great companion for my wife and myself with the kids all grown up and being on their own. She was a great comfort and companion to us.
Pets also have health benefits-
https://pets.webmd.com/news/20200930/pets-helped-people-cope-during-pandemic-lockdown-study
And if you’re looking for a dog or cat friend check out Albuquerque Animal Welfares page.
Happy Upcoming New Year!

12/21/2020
Employee appreciation day December 2020

Hey Albuquerque Fam! Happy Holidays. Our Paratransit and Transit Advisory Board bought burritos from Blakes for all of our employees last week! Big shout out to Together for Brothers for helping hand the burritos out. We appreciate the work that our Advisory boards do to help us resolve and respond to issues that are reported directly from the public - and we appreciate our entire staff for everything they do. Please continue to mask up and social distance- we will continue to do our best to keep you safe while you ride with us.

ABQ RIDE Routes #8 & 37 are detouring from Saturday, Dec. 19 through Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2020 (the detour for the #8 rep...
12/18/2020
Route Detours

ABQ RIDE Routes #8 & 37 are detouring from Saturday, Dec. 19 through Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2020 (the detour for the #8 replaces the detour for 12th St. and Menaul, dated December 3). For more information, go to the link below.
www.cabq.gov/transit/route-detours

Information about ABQ RIDE route detours and route delays.

On the real though- COVID-19 spreads mainly among people who are in close contact (within about 6 feet) for a prolonged ...
12/11/2020

On the real though- COVID-19 spreads mainly among people who are in close contact (within about 6 feet) for a prolonged period. Spread happens when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks, and droplets from their mouth or nose are launched into the air and land in the mouths or noses of people nearby.Social distancing is especially important for people who are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Stay safe Albuquerque Fam!

In this city, we step up for our family, our neighbors, our community. From volunteering, to supporting the causes we be...
12/05/2020

In this city, we step up for our family, our neighbors, our community. From volunteering, to supporting the causes we believe in, to serving in ways that keep our neighbors safe, we can all make a positive impact.

Choose One thing and do it.

Learn more at chooseone.us.

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Alvarado Transportation Center, 100 1st St SW
Albuquerque, NM
87102

We welcome you and your comments to ABQ RIDE's page. The purpose of this site is to present matters of public interest in The City of Albuquerque Transit Department/ABQ RIDE including detours, schedule changes, services promotion and many other happenings. We encourage you to submit your questions, comments, and concerns, but please note this is a moderated online discussion site and not a public forum. The City of Albuquerque Transit Department/ABQ RIDE social media sites are subject to the State of New Mexico's public records laws. This means that any content maintained in a social media format that is related to City business, including a list of subscribers and posted communication, is a public record. Users and visitors to social media sites shall be notified that the intended purpose of the site is to serve as a mechanism for communication between City departments and members of the public. City of Albuquerque Transit Department social media site articles and comments containing any of the following forms of content shall not be allowed: a. Comments not topically related to the particular social medium article being commented upon; b. Comments in support of or opposition to political campaigns or ballot measures; c. Profane language or content; d. Content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation; e. Sexual content or links to sexual content; f. Solicitations of commerce not directly related to City business; g. Conduct or encouragement of illegal activity; h. Information that may tend to compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems; or i. Content that violates a legal ownership interest of any other party. Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the City of Albuquerque government or Transit Department employees. The City of Albuquerque Transit Department/ABQ RIDE reserves the right to restrict or remove any content that is deemed in violation of this social media policy or any applicable law. While the Transit Department shall endeavor to monitor content and enforce the policy described above, the City of Albuquerque and the Transit Department shall not be liable for any undetected violation of this policy If you have any questions concerning the operation of this online-moderated discussion site, please contact ABQ RIDE at 724-3100.

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Plan your bus trip using Google maps! Download ABQ RIDE's free smartphone app to your iPhone or Android device and find your nearest bus stop, the next arriving bus on your route, and other useful, real-time information. Waiting for your bus? Try TXT2RIDE, our free texting service! Message and data rates may apply if you use TXT2RIDE.

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Monday 06:00 - 22:00
Tuesday 06:00 - 22:00
Wednesday 06:00 - 22:00
Thursday 06:00 - 22:00
Friday 06:00 - 22:00
Saturday 06:00 - 22:00
Sunday 06:00 - 18:00

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(505) 724-3100

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Comments

When are the bus routes going to go back to they're regular service schedule?
Yesterday I went all the way downtown to get a semi annual bus pass just to find out they were closed until further notice. Seems to me they could have put this notice on the buses in advance instead of wasting peoples time with a wasted trip. I didn't see anything about the closing on their web site either.
Effects of changes to route 50 #ABQRIDE I know of many here at the Encino House (609 Encino PL NE who are very unhappy with the removal of bus service at this location. I don't think that a data driven analysis took into consideration the effect it has had on the residents here. Many low income and handicapped now have no access to transportation for shopping and medical appointments ETC. Options such as Sun Van and Senior transportation should not be the only options. The community is low income and most if not all can not afford the costly alternatives'. Consider this a formal complaint and I urge the city to service the MLK and Encino PL stops so our honored citizens can access the transportation system.
The Governor just placed non essential services on a two week pause. Will the busses still continue to run as scheduled or will there be cutbacks and if so when. Please respond as quickly as possible as people are requiring this information. Thank you.
Only 2 Buses on Route 10 Northfourth? only 2 gps on.
Only 2 Active Buses on route 10 North 4th!!!😎🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸👎👎👎👎👎
Hi, who do I talk to about the constant issues involving buses on the 155 route? Buses are constantly 5 to 6 minutes early from their scheduled time and when I make an attempt to rush to a bus stop that the drivers are EARLY to, the drivers make no attempt to stop or wait. Just now, I'm sitting at the bus stop waiting and the bus shows up five minutes early. Even my bus tracking app says it is four minutes away. By the time I react and gather my things, the driver has pulled away and refuses to stop. I get that it's on me to pay attention but it is several minutes before the expected time! I only seem to experience this issue on the 155 line and it happens constantly.
June 19, 2020, about 10am, I just checked cabq.gov/transit and find new, up-to-date information about Suntran bus service😄😃😂s! Now I can go somewhere around town other than the one grocery store on west Central! Hooray! Thank you!
I used a #66 on June 11. Saw a small sign about some schedules changing soon, improving, later this month. Nothing about that here on FB or on Suntran website. If I see sign again, I'll take a picture of it as that may be the only way I can get the info I need to prepare.
Oh! Also it would be nice to know when Suntran hopes to resume anything close to "normal" weekday service. I haven't done any real shopping since early March, only going to one grocery store (on Central) via bus. I'd like to go other places w/o having to wait a long time for a bus to come...
It would be nice if Suntran would let riders know if there will be any delays or even closed bus stops downtown after the young fascist attacked businesses along Central last night (5/31). The stops at the Library and at 5th-6th on Gold are of particular interest to me, but folks may also wish to know if the ATC is effected. There is zero info about this on Suntran's website, and tweeting a request was probably useless, so trying here is the only thing I can think of that may share the info far and wide... if you let us know.
Good morning. I was wondering why abq ride is not enforcing social distancing on city buses. This morning on my ride to work, the bus was jam packed. And a lot of people didnt look like they were riding it for a necessity. Also some people still not wearing masks.