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Albuquerque is served by two airports, the largest of which is Albuquerque International Sunport. It is located located 3 miles (5 km) southeast of the central business district (CBD) of Albuquerque.

Double Eagle II Airport is the second-largest airport. It is primarily used as an Air ambulance, corporate flight, military flight, training flight, charter flight, and private flight facility.

Interstate 25 - Pan American Freeway
Interstate 40 - Coronado Freeway

ABQ RIDE is the local transit agency in Albuquerque. ABQ RIDE operates a variety of city bus routes including the Rapid Ride BRT route.

(800) 231-2222

The city has recently incorporated a commuter rail line that serves the region. The New Mexico Rail Runner Express system began operation in July 2006 on existing BNSF Railway. Stops are open serving Sandoval County, Los Ranchos de Albuquerque and the North Valley, downtown Albuquerque, and Los Lunas. Stops will be added later in 2007 to serve Bernalillo, Sandia Pueblo, Albuquerque's airport and the South Valley, Isleta Pueblo, and Belen. A possible major expansion to Santa Fe is in the planning stages.

Amtrak's Southwest Chief, which travels between Chicago and Los Angeles, also serves the Albuquerque area.


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