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North Central Regional Transit District



The mission of the North Central Regional Transit District is to provide safe, secure and effective public transportation within North Central New Mexico in order to enhance the quality of life of our citizens by providing mobility options and spur economic development throughout the region.


The North Central Regional Transit District began service in 2007. It provides free and premium fare-based 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 and Red River Miner’s Transit. 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.


NCRTD Employees: Administration: 16 Operations: 34 Including Bus Drivers Fleet: Buses: 43 Including: 40 Passenger Buses, 3 25 to 28-Passenger Buses, 5 18 to 20-Passenger Buses, 8 8 to 14-Passenger Buses, 21 5-passenger paratransit vans, 3 Contingency Fleet: 20% Vehicle Miles, Annual: 922,840 miles (an average of 46,142 miles per route) Facilities: Bus Passenger Shelters: 43

Total Service Area: 10,079 square miles

1327 N. Riverside Drive
Española, NM 87532

Main number: 505-629-4725
Toll-Free: 866-206-0754
Fax: 505-747-6647

300 - Taos Routes and Schedules 305 - Taos Routes and Schedules
310 - Red River Routes and Schedules 320 - Questa Routes and Schedules
330 - Penasco Routes and Schedules 340 - Chile Line Red
341 - (TSV) Chile Line Green 350 - UNM Taos
360 - Tres Piedras 200 - Santa Fe

To track the blue bus click on the link below:
Blue Bus Tracker

For complete details on routes and schedules for your area please visit the North Central Regional Transit Department website at;

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To bring the knowledge, research and education that is being conducted at the University level to the people of Taos County.  This is done through informal and formal educational programs and research conducted by the Agricultural Science Centers across N.M.


Grass Roots Direction 

  • The Extension Office works on the premise that the local people understand their educational needs
  • Program direction is provided by an overall Extension Advisory Committee
  • Further direction is provided by commodity groups, individuals, Taos County Board of Commissioners and NMSU administration (when necessary)


Four Major Program Areas 

  • Agriculture
  • Home Economics
  • Community Resource Development
  • 4-H and Youth Development

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