ROADRUNNER TRANSIT

The City of Las Cruces provides public transportation through RoadRUNNER Transit. RoadRUNNER Transit operates 8 bus routes throughout the city, with service to major shopping areas, employment centers, healthcare facilities, and recreation destinations. 

For more information about RoadRUNNER Transit routes, tap on the tabs below to see details.

Due to the reconstruction project on N. Main Street and U.S. 70, Route 1 will be taking an alternate detour route. You can find the alternate route information below. This detour route will be implemented throughout the entire reconstruction project (Estimate: October 2024)

MVITT = Mesilla Valley Intermodal Transit Terminal

Stop NumberLocation
Time Point :30 MVITT
1Water St. and Las Cruces (Across from El Paso Electric)
2Main St. at City Hall
3Main St. and Fleming
4Main St. and Gallagher
5Main St. and Madrid (Fiesta Foods)
6Fiesta Foods (Route 7)
7Apodaca Park (Route 7)
8Madrid @ Sexton (Route 7)
Time Point :40
9Alta Tierra Apartments (Route 7)
10Lowes Home Improvement
11Elks and Lenox
12Elks and Ellendale
13Elks and Heather Cirlce
14Elks and Lantan
15Elks and Rio Bravo
16Elks and Chinook
Time Point :50
17Engler and Elks
18Del Rey and Engler
19Del Rey South past Parkhill
20Del Rey and Settlers Bend
21Del Rey @ Mesilla Valley Hospital
22Del Rey and Mars
23Del Rey @ Plaza Del Rey (Ashley Furniture)
Time Point :00
24Sams Club
25Triviz and Redwood
Time Point :10
26Madrid and Desert (Route 6)
27Apodaca Park (Route 6)
28Fiesta Foods (Route 6)
29Main St. across from Pitre Kia
30Main St. @ Coronado Plaza
31Main St. and Greening
Time Point :20
32Water and Mountain
33Water and Griggs (El Paso Electric)
Time Point :30 MVITT


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  1. Zero Fare
  2. Hours of Operation

RoadRUNNER Transit is proud to announce its zero fare service, providing an innovative public transit option for riders in the region. This zero fare service allows riders to enjoy unlimited rides on RoadRUNNER buses at no cost. 

The zero fare system is an important part of RoadRUNNER's commitment to making public transportation more accessible and affordable. Riders can use the zero fare service across all of RoadRUNNER's routes, giving them access to a convenient way to travel without having to pay fares. The zero fare system also helps reduce vehicle congestion on roads by encouraging more people to take public transit instead of driving cars. 

RoadRUNNER Transit and Dial-a-Ride will remain zero fare until further notice.

We look forward to continuing to serve our community with this zero fare service and invite riders to take advantage of it and explore the Las Cruces region.  Send an email to roadrunner@lascruces.gov and tell us your stories and thoughts about the new zero fare service.

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MPO

Transportation affects every resident of Las Cruces, Mesilla and Doña Ana County. RoadRUNNER Transit belongs to the  The Mesilla Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) click here to know more.