ABQ RIDE

ABQ RIDE is the local transit agency serving Albuquerque, New Mexico. ABQ RIDE operates a variety of city bus routes including the Rapid Ride semi-BRT service. Serving 12 million passengers in 2010, it is the largest public transportation system in the state. The name "ABQ RIDE" and a new logo depicting the Alvarado Transportation Center clock tower were chosen in a contest, replacing the previous name, "SunTran". The current ABQ RIDE color scheme is red, white, and gold, though some of the existing fleet wears the previous red, white, and turquoise livery.

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Albuquerque, New Mexico - Infrastructure - Transportation - Local Mass Transit
... Today, ABQ RIDE is the local transit agency in the city ... ABQ RIDE operates a variety of bus routes, including the Rapid Ride express bus service ... currently carries 44% of all bus riders in the ABQ Ride system, making it a natural starting point for enhanced service ...
Alvarado Transportation Center - Services - ABQ Ride
... the main hub for most of the ABQRide bus routes as well as the Rapid Ride Red Line BRT route ... addition, the clock tower of the ATC serves as the logo for ABQ Ride ...
ABQ RIDE - Plans - Bus Rapid Transit Service Along Central
... In November 2011, ABQ RIDE announced plans for true bus rapid transit service along Central Avenue ... The service differs from the Rapid Ride based on the fact that it would use a dedicated travel lane, and thus can be considered a true BRT service ...
Albuquerque - Infrastructure - Transportation - Local Mass Transit
... Today, ABQ RIDE is the local transit agency in the city ... ABQ RIDE operates a variety of bus routes, including the Rapid Ride express bus service ... This corridor currently carries 44% of all bus riders in the ABQ Ride system, making it a natural starting point for enhanced service ...

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