Transportation

When visiting Santa Fe it’s best to rent a car, however it’s possible to manage without a car. The listings here offer various options for transportation in and outside Santa Fe

Sandia Shuttle

505-474-5696 • 1-888-775-5696

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Convenient shuttle services between Santa Fe and Albuquerque International Airport with 30 trips daily. Pick-up and drop-off at all Hotels, Motels, B&Bs, Colleges and other locations.

Road Runner Shuttle & Charter

505-424-3367

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Daily shuttles to and from Santa Fe airport. Also private rides available. Serving Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Espanola, and all surrounding areas.

Capital City Cab

505-438-0000

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24 hour service taxi service

Clean, courteous, and quick service

Airports • All Casinos • Packages & Documents • Food & Beverage Delivery


Santa Fe Pick-Up

505-231-2573

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Santa Fe Pick-Up is a free shuttle service around downtown Santa Fe and the Museum Hill. The shuttle starts and ends in front of New Mexico Film Museum (the old Jean Cocteau Cinema) on 418 Montezuma Ave. It runs counter clockwise and stops at: The Capitol/PERA building, The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, The Main Library / City Hall, The Santa Fe Community Convention Center / Santa Fe Plaza, Eldorado / Hilton Hotel, Four stops on Canyon Road, One stop at Alameda and Paseo de Peralta. Also, to the Museum Hill which includes Museum of International Folk Art, the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, and the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Between 6-10am it shuttles the arriving train commuters to various public work places and government building. The service for downtown and Museum Hill starts at 10am and ends at 2pm. Please check their web page for updated information and map.

New Mexico Rail Runner Express

1-866-795-7245

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The New Mexico Rail Runner Express carries passengers in and out of Santa Fe to Albuquerque and points south.


Santa Fe Trails Bus System

505-955-2001

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Devision of City of Santa Fe, this bus system provides transit service in the city of Santa Fe (and parts of Santa Fe County) to get area residents - and visitors alike to various destination, please check the website for routes and schedule.


CAADy Program - $5 cab

505-438-0000

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The CADDy program provides a safe ride home via Capital City Cab to adults from a liquor establishment or residence/party where alcohol is served. Santa Fe County subsidizes cab fare up to $25. Cab riders pay $5 for one rider or two, and $10 for three or more riders. Rider will pay the difference of the fare over the $25 limit.

The service is offered on Friday and Saturday nights from 5:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. Call 438-0000 for a $1 cab ride home. On New Year’s Eve, St. Patrick’s Day and Fiesta de Santa Fe the fee will be lower to $1.


Bicycle Rental


Melow  Velo

132 East Marcy Street • 505-995-8356

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New Mexico Bike N Sport

524C Cordova Road • 505-820-0809

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Motor Scooter Rental


Iscoot Santa Fe

228 Old Santa Fe Trail • 505-577-5048

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Rental of 50cc and 150cc scooters, open April through October. Perfect way to ride around Santa Fe.


Scoot Over

118 Old Santa Fe Trail • 505-352-5252 or 1-800-917-2668

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Selection of 49cc scooters are perfect for anyone because their classification allows nearly anyone to rent them without a special endorsement or requirements. Rent by the hour, by the day, or night.


Motorcycle Rental


Centaur Cycles & Scooters

3232 Cerrillos Road• 505-471-5481

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Hyosung Avitar GV 650:  (Rental Season for this bike ends October 31st)Treat yourself to a unique motorcycling experience that can best be described as sport cruising.  Tour the Southwest on one of our specially prepared Hyosung Avitars.  This is the bike Motorcycle News called “Simply the best performing and best equipped middleweight cruiser around.”  And motorcycle.com said “The Hyosung’s sophisticated frame and motor are so superior to (other) bikes that it’s almost unfair to compare them”  and “even the larger displacement (bikes up to 900cc) can’t touch this bike in performance and features.”  Our Avitars are fully equipped with a custom seat, windshield, engine guard, luggage rack and passenger backrest.

Park and Ride

866-551-7433

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Park and Ride is commuter program run by the  New Mexico Department of Transportation. From Santa Fe you can take the bus to and back from Pojoaque, Los Alamos, Española, Las Vegas (NM), Albuquerque, Moriarty, Edgewood, Sedillo, Tijeras, Albuquerque. Check their website for fee, destination, and schedule.

Rides to Taos

575-751-4459, after hours 575-770-1097

Taos Express

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The Taos Express, a Town of Taos service, accommodates travel connections Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with the New Mexico Rail Runner, Santa Fe transit – and the Taos Plaza area. Fares: $10 per adult roundtrip; (round trips can be broken up and used on different days/different buses). Children 10 and under ride free. Exact change only.Reservations are required, you can call their customer service between 8 am to 5 pm, Monday–Friday. After hours and weekend dispatch can be reached at 575-770-1097. Travel time is estimated at 1.5 hours one way.

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