Service from Santa Fe Airport Coincides with Flight Schedules
Beginning the week of March 8th, the Taos Express shuttle service, which offers bus service from Santa Fe to Taos, New Mexico, will now offer non stop weekend transit service on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. However, the Express will discontinue service on Thursday evenings, beginning Thursday, March 11. In addition, a convenient new stop has been established on the corner of Guadalupe and Montezuma, in Santa Fe.
The schedule change is in response to popular demand, and now corresponds with the New Mexico Railrunner’s revised schedule. In addition, the new Express weekend schedule is a boon for those visiting Taos, via American Airlines, since it now coincides with weekend flights to the Santa Fe Municipal Airport from Dallas and Los Angeles.
Despite a new weekend schedule, fees for the Express remain the same. Adult fares are $5 one way or $10 round trip. Children 10 years and under ride free with an adult. Free transfers are provided to the Taos Chile Line Service, to Taos Ski Valley.
Reservations are required, as the Express does not run during inclement weather. Passengers with reservations will be notified of cancellations or delays via the contact telephone number listed on the reservation. To make a reservation, call (575) 751-4459 or visit www.taosexpress.com. The Taos Express customer service hours of operation are Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. After hours and on weekends, please call (575) 770-1097.
For a complete schedule list of connections from Santa Fe, the New Mexico Railrunner or the Santa Fe Municipal Airport, please visit www.taosexpress.com.
In February 2010, The Town of Taos announced its 2010 tourism theme: Escape the Modern Day. Rejuvenate in Taos. Return to Sacred Places, which encourages people, longing to rejuvenate their lives, to escape the stresses of the modern day and make a journey of self discovery.
An ever growing list of the 2010 events in the Taos area is available online at www.taosvacationguide.com and/or The Taos News. To learn more about Taos, visit www.SacredPlaces.com.
Source: Griffin & Associates, Inc.