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2019 NATIONAL SENIOR GAMES TRANSPORTATION

Sport & Hotel Transportation Shuttle

  • complimentary shuttle will operate throughout the duration of the 2019 National Senior Games to specific sport venues and hotels in the Albuquerque area.  All shuttles will operate around the Central Hub, which will be the Convention Center (Athlete Village/Check-In) and downtown area hotels, and including the Event Host Hotel, the Hyatt Regency.  As you are making your arrangements for attending The Games, please be sure to check this page and the download tabs (below) for the most up-to-date information of venues and hotels serviced by the complimentary shuttles, as well as the detailed shuttle schedules and related information. 

For a listing of sports, venues, and hotels that will be serviced via the National Senior Games complimentary shuttles, please click on the corresponding tabs below. 

 

    

 

Albuquerque Local Transit Opportunities

  • Additionally, in support of the 2019 National Senior Games, ABQ Ride and the NM Rail Runner will offer 1 free “Transit Pass” to each athlete (including 1 companion pass) starting (2) days prior to The Games and good through (2) days after The Games (June 12 – June 27, 2019).  This “Transit Pass” will allow athletes and a companion to ride the New Mexico Rail Runner Train, Albuquerque Ride, Sante Fe Trails and North Central RTD bus services at NO COST!

Please continue to visit this page as you plan your visit to Albuquerque for the 2019 National Senior Games, as there will be further information posted that is related to transportation and parking services throughout the city. 

 

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