CURRENT STATUS ON NCRTD ROUTES:
NOTE ON DEMAND SERVICE:
Passengers whose route is currently operating on a temporary Demand may reserve a ride FROM any designated stop on the route TO any designated stop on the route within the service hours. Passengers must reserve a ride at least 24 hours in advance by calling 866-206-0754 ext. 2.
Please refer to the ROUTES section to determine the latest information on your route.
NCRTD STATEMENT ON MEASURES IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19:
North Central Regional Transit District’s RTD Blue Buses provide vital transportation services within north central New Mexico. The District respects that people may be feeling anxiety and concern about the safety of public transit in the regards to COVID-19; we take this very seriously. We continue to clean and disinfect our vehicles daily and regularly utilize a disinfecting fogger. Our top priorities are to continue service to the public, and to keep them and our employees healthy and safe. Thank you for partnering with us to help prevent the spread of any germs and flu. The District asks that anyone experiencing flu symptoms refrain from boarding our vehicles. Thank you for partnering with us to help prevent the spread of any germs and flu.
FACE COVERINGS ARE ENCOURAGED.
Across America government entities and jurisdictions of all sizes and influence are tasked with continuing to provide services in an era of waning resources and concerns of the effects of climate change amidst ever-increasing regulations. Whether it be by a legislative mandate, a common environmental conscience or a combination of the two, the majority of these have established sustainable plans that require environmentally green practices for their communities and within their own organizations. These may range from purchasing alternative-fueled vehicles, building energy-efficient structures, recycling of solid waste and providing incentives for the purchase and installation of alternative forms of renewable energy production.
The NCRTD is no different. The District is a governmental entity that provides a public service, which owns, develops and manages property and facilities. Those of us who make up the human element of the NCRTD share similar environmental concerns and stand responsible to establish a sustainable plan that will minimize the impact of its existing facilities and future infrastructure and building investments within North Central New Mexico.