Blue bus to begin Angel Fire–Taos route

New route represents first service for Colfax County

By John Miller
jmiller@taosnews.com
Posted 8/5/19

The North Central Regional Transit District will launch its first service in Colfax County starting on Monday (Aug. 12) with a route connecting Angel Fire and the town of Taos.

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Blue bus to begin Angel Fire–Taos route

New route represents first service for Colfax County

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The North Central Regional Transit District will launch its first service in Colfax County starting on Monday (Aug. 12) with a route connecting Angel Fire and the town of Taos.

Fare-free service for the new route will begin with three round trips each day Monday through Friday. Shortly after that, the bus service will extend to weekends and all holidays, according to a press release from NCRTD.

Four regular stops will be included on the new route: Angel Fire Resort; a park-and-ride location at the junction of U.S. 64 and Highway 434 in Angel Fire; Colfax County Airport and the Taos County Courthouse Complex, a central hub for the transit agency that offers connections throughout Taos County, Española and Santa Fe.

The bus route will also include a stop at Moreno Valley High School on weekdays and at Holy Cross Medical Center, where return connections will be provided by the NCRTD "Chile Line Red route" bus.

The new 41-mile bus route is being financed by the village of Angel Fire, along with support from Colfax County and federal grants.

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