Santa Fe: Transportation

Approaching the City

The major airport closest to Santa Fe is Albuquerque International Sunport, 65 minutes away. Shuttle companies offer transportation between the airport and Santa Fe. Santa Fe Municipal Airport, located nine miles southwest of the city's central business district, accommodates commuter flights and private aircraft. The Roadrunner Shuttle meets every flight to transport travelers to any Santa Fe location.

The principal highway routes into Santa Fe are I-25, running east and west along the southern perimeter of the city, and I-84/285, which bisects the city from north to south.

Amtrak's Southwest Chief, a line running between Chicago and Los Angeles, schedules twice-daily arrivals and departures at Lamy, 20 miles south of Santa Fe; regular shuttle service is provided from the village to Santa Fe.

Intercity commercial bus transportation is available through two buslines.

Traveling in the City

Santa Fe Trails Bus System provides affordable public transportation on seven routes throughout the city.