If you are a full-time DACC student enrolled in at least 12 credits for the Fall or Spring semester, you are eligible to receive a FREE DACC U-PASS. This pass will allow you to utilize RoadRUNNER Transit for free all over Las Cruces for the applicable semester. If you are not a full-time DACC student, but are actively enrolled in at least 6 credits at DACC for Fall or Spring, you can purchase a DACC U-Pass for only $15 (This is an 85% discount off actual cost). To receive your DACC U-Pass card, you must bring your valid student ID to one of the two locations:
- DACC East Mesa Campus Cashier’s Office- DASR Building Room 102; Telephone: (575) 527-7516; Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- NMSU Parking Department- 1400 E. University (by Barnes & Noble); Telephone: (575) 646-1839; Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Transportation Assistance for Veterans to VA Clinic
The City’s public transportation system, RoadRUNNER Transit (RRT), is providing assistance to military veterans who rely on transportation to and from the Veterans Affairs Community Based Outpatient Clinic on Don Roser Drive in Las Cruces while the new clinic on Del Rey Boulevard is planned and constructed.
RRT is dedicating additional resources to assist veterans in utilizing the Dial-a-Ride program (DAR). This program is mandated by ADA law to provide transportation to complement fixed-route service to individuals with disabilities that prevents them from using fixed-route buses. Inability to walk to or from a bus stop due to a disability is included in that definition.
To make travel to the VA clinic more convenient, RRT is assisting disabled veterans fill out the DAR eligibility paperwork, provide round-trips to the clinic at no fee for the next 60 days, and provide subsequent round trips to and from the clinic at 50 cents per one-way trip (regular DAR fare is $2, reduced fixed route fare is 50 cents) until the new clinic is open. Notices have been placed in the buses advising disabled veterans of the DAR service with contact information for assistance.
South Central Regional Transit District
The SCRTD provides public transportation services in areas within its boundaries where public transportation services do not exist and will coordinate that service with existing services in the region. The SCRTD will provide transportation between rural areas, small unincorporated communities, and municipalities throughout its boundaries, thereby strengthening and supporting the economic well being of its citizens, businesses, service providers, and member governments.
Fixed route system consisting of a fleet of 30- foot transit buses that transport individuals from a specific bus stop or transfer point to another within the City of Las Cruces.
Offered for seniors and individuals that fall under the American With Disabilities Act.
Offers transportation to and from Alamogordo and many points within and beyond Alamogordo.
NMDOT Park and Ride’s Gold Route is a service of the New Mexico Department of Transportation, partially funded by the Texas Department of Transportation through the County of El Paso
Relay New Mexico (Hearing Impaired)
(800) 659-1779 (Voice Calls)
711 (Telecommunications Relay Services- TRS)
Bus Riding Tips
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