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Getting Around Santa FeOnce in town, getting around is easy. Downtown Santa Fe and the surrounding historic districts are compact and most conveniently traveled on foot. It's no wonder Santa Fe was voted one of America's Top Rated Walking Cities.
For longer trips there is a local taxi service, a public transportation system, charter vans and limousine service. Many hotels offer shuttle services and from the Railyard District to Downtown there is "The Santa Fe Pickup" for free. Rental cars can also be picked up throughout Santa Fe.
Taxi service is available from Capital City Cab 505-438-0000.
Santa Fe has public transportation called Santa Fe Trails Bus Service. View the Routes & Schedule.
The Santa Fe Pickup Shuttle
This is a free shuttle service that starts and ends in front of the former New Mexico Film Museum (the Jean Cocteau Cinema) on Montezuma Avenue and runs counter-clockwise with various stops around downtown. View the Routes & Schedule.
Car Rental in Santa Fe
Avis Rent A Car 505-471-5892 or 1-800-331-1212
Beaver Toyota of Santa Fe 888-852-4406 ext. 195 or 505-982-1200 ext.195
Budget Rent A Car 800-527-0700 or 505-984-1596
Enterprise Rent-A-Car 800-261-7331
Hertz Rent A Car 800-654-3131, 505-438-4650 or Municipal Airport, 505-471-7189
Metered parking spots in downtown Santa Fe cost ＄1.00 an hour and are in operation from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, excluding major holidays. For additional information on public parking, including lot and garage locations, click here for a PDF of the city's Parking Locations.
Bikeways and Trails
Bicycle paths and trails for all levels of riders are located in and around the city. The Santa Fe Bikeways & Trails guide provides extensive information. Click here for a PDF of riding tips, resources and other helpful information.
Santa Fe Biking Trails - Downtown/City Limits
RTD Mountain Trail Route Map
Santa Fe is considered one of the most walkable cities in the country. Click here for a convenient map of walking paths to and from some of our most popular destinations, such as the Historic Plaza and the Railyard.