Rail Corridor Study

Railrunner  Rail Corridor study

The Rail Runner began service to Santa Fe December 17, 2008. The Rail Corridor Study looks at opportunites to consider different land use patterns around railrunner stops and to consider possible future local service with stops in between the railrunner stops. The Study also addresses how the needs of the neighborhoods that the train effects can be addressed and what the City can do to ensure that this transit opportunity meets the broader needs of the Santa Fe community.

Document Available For ReviewCorridor Table Work

The document, its appendices, and associated maps can be downloaded through the links below (these are large documents, please allow time to download):

Rail Corridor Study (9 MB)

Maps:
    Rail Corridor Other Recommendations
    Rail Stop Neighborhoods

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