Atomic City Transit
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Atomic City Transit


Dispatch: (505) 661-RIDE (7433)

Dispatch Hours: 6:00 am to 9:00 pm,
Mon - Fri

Office Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm,
Mon- Fri

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Address: 101 Camino Entrada, Bldg 1, Rm 200




Get all the latest Atomic City Transit news, announcements, holiday closures, detours, and weather delays here. Or sign up on the ACTracker to get alerts and notifications directly by email or text!


Service Announcements

  • Saturday, June 8th, 2019: We’re providing free shuttles for SummerFest on Saturday, June 8th! Shuttles run every 30 minutes between Sullivan Field and the Ski Hill.


  • Friday, May 24th, 2019: Extended service during the Summer Concert Series begins. Schedule information can be found on our Routes & Schedules page.

  • Thursday, May 16th, 2019Bandelier shuttles start up again on Thursday, May 16th! Schedule information can be found on our Routes & Schedules page

From the BANDELIER National Monument News Release:

It's been a busy spring at Bandelier National Monument and the parking lot in Frijoles Canyon is filling up! The wait is over - shuttles will start back up this Thursday, May 16.

The shuttles are free, have really big windows to take in the scenery along the way, and run seven days a week from this May 16 through October 16, 2019. Starting at 9 AM, they leave the White Rock Visitor Center every half hour on weekdays and every twenty minutes on weekends. Every run stops at Juniper Campground and then proceeds to the Bandelier Visitor Center in Frijoles Canyon then stops at the campground again on its way back to White Rock.

"The County of Los Alamos and Atomic City Transit provide us with a terrific service", said Bandelier Superintendent Jason Lott. "We just don't have enough parking, and the shuttles make it possible for visitors to have a relaxed, enjoyable day at the park without having to wait in a long line for a parking space. Plus, the drivers are the best!"

Visitors who arrive at the park before 9 AM or after 3 PM may drive into Frijoles Canyon without taking the shuttles. In addition there are exceptions for visitors with disability placards on their vehicle, those starting an overnight hike into the backcountry, traveling with pets, coming on park business, and organized groups traveling in their own bus or vans.

Anyone wishing to camp in Juniper Campground can drive into the campground at any time, but then must use the shuttle to access the Visitor Center area unless they are eligible for one of the exceptions. Juniper Campground has restrooms, water faucets, and a dump station with potable water but no hookups and is $12/night. Campers who prefer to have an electrical hookup may want to consider the RV parking area at the White Rock Visitor Center for $20/night.

Beginning on Thursday, May 16, the Bandelier Visitor Center will be open from 9 AM to 6 PM. The White Rock Visitor Center will be open 8 AM to 6 PM.

Join Bandelier staff for an activity, guided walk or interpretive program. The complete park calendar is available on the park website.

Between 9 AM and 3 PM, the hours when most visitors are required to use the shuttle, a member of the park staff will be on duty at the Bandelier Entrance Station to provide information and assistance.

For information about Bandelier National Monument, contact the Bandelier Visitor Center at 
505-672-3861 x 517 or visit, on Facebook, BandelierNPS.

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Release Date: May 10, 2019

For further information contact: 
Bandelier National Monument
15 Entrance Road, Los Alamos, NM 87544
Bandelier Visitor Center, 505-672-3861 x 517

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  • Construction Notice: NM502 Roundabout & Road Reconstruction (re-posted press release from NMDOT)

    New Mexico Department of Transportation(NMDOT) and Star Paving Company will begin roadway reconstruction on NM 502 from mile post 1.257 to mile post 2.053 in Los Alamos. The contractor will begin construction and preparation for detour paving on March 18th.

    Starting March 18 - NM 502 will be reduced to one lane in each direction. Motorists can expect minor delays from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday and short duration temporary closures during non-peak hours at the east end of the project in the existing 2-lane section of the roadway using flagging operation.

    This project will improve NM 502 through Los Alamos between Knecht Street and Tewa Loop for a total project length of 0.8 miles. This project will include roadway reconstruction, earthwork, curb and gutter, sidewalk, concrete retaining walls, storm drain, landscaping, permanent signing, lighting, traffic signalizations, and utilities. The project will also replace the existing intersection at NM 502 and Central Avenue with a roundabout to improve traffic flow through Los Alamos. 

    The project cost is $10.8 million. This is a 350 working day project. Project is anticipated to be completed Winter of 2020; weather permitting. Star Paving Company out of Albuquerque, New Mexico is the contractor for the project.

    Traffic Advisories and updates on this project will be posted on the New Mexico Department of Transportation's road conditions website,

    Remember to subscribe to alerts on the ACTracker - we will be sending alerts if any detours are necessary during this project and if routes are excessively delayed.

ACT is pleased to announce the opening of a new bus stop at E Jemez Rd & Royal Crest, now being serviced by Routes 2T and 2P.

Route 6 will now deviate to Tsikumu Village on its outbound trip upon request! You may simply request this of the operator; there is no need to call Dispatch. Please make the request no later than when passing the ball fields on North Mesa, so the operator may prepare for the left turn into Tsikumu Village. The bus will follow the same path and use the same bus stop as on the inbound trip. For more information call (505) 661-7433.

Route 1 Serves Airport Upon Request
Route 1 will serve the airport (LAM) upon request. Riders should advise the operator of their airport terminal building destination when boarding the bus. Riders should call 661-RIDE (7433) to request a pick-up at the airport terminal building.

Public Transit Basics
Take a look at this year's Snow & Ice Control Plan for winter storm emergency response guidelines. The document can be downloaded from the 
Traffic and Streets Division page.

Before riding Atomic City Transit, please review our Customer Service Policy and Disruptive Passenger Conduct Policy. Parents, please review this Bus Safety Basics Coloring & Activity Book with your children to ensure they understand the safety tips discussed before they ride. To request a copy in the mail, please call Dispatch at 661-RIDE (7433).