Transit Dial-a-Ride paratransit service will continue offering complimentary
single trips to and from City-operated senior program sites to
Dial-a-Ride users after the mandated $2.00 per trip fare goes into effect on
Monday, July 1. City Council approved RoadRUNNER Transit to start
enforcing the $2.00 fare for trips on Dial-A-Ride at the May 20 City Council
meeting. The Transit Tariff has always said that Dial-A-Ride will charge $2.00
per trip. This is consistent with Americans with Disabilities (ADA) guidelines.
The paratransit service is provided for ADA qualified individuals with
disabilities and senior citizens. Trips are defined as one way from pick-up
point to destination point.
can be paid with cash or check upon boarding a Dial-a-Ride bus. Exact change is
required as bus drivers do not carry change. Tokens will be available for
purchase that can be used instead of cash or check. They are available at the
Mesilla Valley Intermodal Transit Terminal (MVITT) Center, 300 W. Lohman Avenue
and the Dial-a-Ride office at 1501-A E. Hadley Avenue.
customers also have the option of using the RoadRUNNER regular bus
service. Rates are .50 per ride or $1.00 for a day pass that is good for
unlimited same-day rides anywhere in the city.
more information about Dial-a-Ride or to request an application, please call
575/541-2777. Applications, transit routes and other information are also
available at roadrunner.las-cruces.org. MVITT is located at 300 West Lohman
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