Los Valles Transit
Los Valles transit has merged into The North Central Regional Transit District(NCRTD) Please click on the following link to be redirected to NCRTD's main page.
Los Valles Transit provides shuttle service Monday through Friday. Hours of service are 6:00 am – 6:00 pm. We are closed on holidays and any Rio Arriba County days that have been approved by the Board of Commissioners.
If rider ship and employment opportunities increase then we will look at modifying our Service Hours and Schedule to meet these needs. We will look at changing our service days and hours to reflect the following. The modification would show a seven day schedule from Sunday through Saturdays including Holidays. Hours of service would start at 5:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Service areas are Espanola to Santa Fe; Turquoise Trail; and Pecos (I-25 Corridor).
What is the cost to the participant?
The costs for Individuals who fall within the 150% poverty level and/or New Mexico Works Program participants are listed below:
There is no charge for New Mexico Works Program participants and reduced fare transportation for clients who qualify under the Job Access Program (JA). Los Valles Transit may use “available” seating capacity to provide transportation to the general public at the regular fare. Transportation services are also provided to Workforce Investment Act (WIA) clients. Please see the below fare structure for Los Valles Transit:
JA WIA General Public
Zone 1 (-025 miles) $ .50 $2.00 $2.00
Zone 2 (26-50 miles) $1.00 $4.00 $4.00
Zone 3 (51-75 miles) $1.50 $6.00 $6.00
Zone 4 (75-100 miles) $2.00 $8.00 $8.00
What type trips are authorized?
New Mexico Works Program (TANF) – Authorized trips are written out on the client transportation referral form by the Case Manager. Authorized trips could include work, a work activity, education, training, job search, job interview, substance abuse and domestic violence counseling, childcare and before- and after-school child programs.
Job Access Program - Authorized trips include those to work, a work activity, education, training, job search, job interview, substance abuse and domestic violence counseling, childcare, before- and after-school child programs, the bank to cash check and job related medical appointments.
Workplace Investment Act – Authorized trips includes those to work, education, training and job search.
What type trips are unauthorized?
Unauthorized trips include those for shopping, entertainment and medical appointments.
If you need additional information, please download our brochure or call (505) 747-3631 or 1-866-206-0754.