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New mexico rail ruNNer express magaziNe
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New mexico rail ruNNer express magaziNe
Published by The Santa Fe New Mexican with The New Mexico Rail Runner Express
Cover photo
Karl Stolleis
Jason holloway checks the alignment of two
steel rails before welding them together near
Isleta pueblo in December 2006.
Cover DeSIgn
Deborah villa
eDItor anD publISher
robin Martin
aSSoCIate publISher
ginny Sohn
ManagIng eDItor
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Magazine editor Inez russell
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Features
16 The Rail Runner: Its creation, its
impact and its future.
20 Preparing for the worst: A disaster
exercise unfolds.
23 Get Going: A special edition for the
winter months
25 Take the train to Taos? We show
you how.
In every Issue
06 Welcome
08 Fares
10 Weekday schedules
12 Readers, riders write
13 Weekend schedules
14 Route map and Connections
24 Crossword puzzle (answers page 26)
26 All Aboard: Meet Nicole Trujillo
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DeC- Mar 2011- 12 | XpreSS 5
6 XPRESS | DEC- MAR 2011- 12
READ ALL ABOUT I T ON BOARD THE RAI L RUNNER EXPRESS
ERNIE MONTOYA
WHY THE RAIL RUNNER
MAKES A DIFFERENCE
In this issue of Xpress magazine we invite you to explore the question Why the Rail Runner? Well delve
into issues such as why it was started in the first place, what traffic is projected to look like in the next 25
years, how many vehicles have been taken off the road since train service began, how many accidents have
been prevented because of the Rail Runners existence, and much more.
We will also update you on our full-scale Rail Runner emergency exercise that involved first responders from all over the region.
Finally, if you are looking for that winter fun getaway, find out how the train can take you all the way to Taos! And thats just one
of our more than 60-plus connections throughout the 100-mile corridor.
You will also notice that fare changes for the Rail Runner are set to go into effect after the first of the year.
Running a public transportation system is a delicate balancing act between keeping our operating costs reasonable and providing
the convenient and efficient service our passengers have come to know. We appreciate all of the supportive emails and comments
we have received from our loyal passengers, and we want you to know that we look forward to many many years of continued
commuter rail service on the New Mexico Rail Runner Express.
Thanks for your support,
Dewey V. Cave
Executive Director
Mid-Region Council of Governments
DEC- MAR 2011- 12 | XPRESS 7
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Santa Fe Depot
Santa Fe Co. / NM 599
Zia Road
Santa Fe Co. / US 550
Downtown Bernalillo
Kewa Pueblo
Los Lunas
South Capitol
Belen
Downtown Albuquerque
Bernalilo Co. / Intl Airport
Isleta Pueblo
Los Ranchos / Journal Center
Montao NMRX
station
future
Sandia Pueblo
SYSTEM MAP
HOWTO CALCULATE YOUR FARE
Step 1: Count the number of zones
Count the number of zones through which you will travel.
Step 2: Pick the type of fare you need
Do you want a one-way ticket, a day pass, or a monthly or
annual pass? Are you eligible for a reduced fare?
Step 3: Check the chart below and see how much your fare is
REDUCEDFARES ARE AVAILABLE TO
Youth ages 1O-11
Studeuts with a va|id studeut l0
Seuiors age 62+
FULL FARE
day monthly annual
one-way pass pass pass
1 zone $2 $3 $39 $385
2 zones $3 $4 $55 $550
3 zones $5 $6 $72 $715
4 zones $8 $9 $105 $1,045
5 zones $9 $10 $110 $1,100
6 zones $10 $11 $121 $1,210
REDUCEDFARE
Children 9 and under ride free!
day monthly annual
one-way pass pass pass
1 zone $1 $2 $19 $187
2 zones $1 $2 $28 $275
3 zones $2 $3 $36 $352
4 zones $4 $6 $52 $517
5 zones $4 $7 $55 $550
6 zones $5 $8 $61 $605
Peop|e with disabi|ities who show:
- A Medicare card
- An NM Motor Vehicle Department notification
- A letter from doctor indicating the disability (with exp. date)
- An ABQ RIDE Honored Citizen Card
- A Sauta Fe Ride Card or Sauta Fe Trai|s ha|f Fare Card
- A disabled veteran ID card
NMRX
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DEC- MAR 2011- 12 | XPRESS 9
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10 XPRESS | DEC- MAR 2011- 12
Effective August 29, 2011
WEEKDAY SCHEDULE
Northbound NMRX Weekday Schedule
TRAIN STATIONS
Belen
Los Lunas
Isleta Pueblo
Bernalillo County
Downtown ABQ
Los Ranchos / JC
Sandia Pueblo
Downtown Bernalillo
Sandoval / US 550
Kewa
SF County / NM 599
South Capitol
Santa Fe Depot

4:00A
4:18A

4:36A

5:11A

5:11A
5:28A
5:33A

3:55A
4:15A
4:27A
4:42A
4:57A
5:02A
5:11A
5:15A
5:35A
5:58A
6:18A
6:22A
5:22A
5:32A
5:45A
5:52A
6:03A
6:18A
6:23A
6:32A
6:36A
6:56A
7:19A
7:39A
7:43A
6:43A
6:54A
7:07A
7:14A
7:24A
7:39A
7:44A
7:53A
7:57A
8:17A
8:40A
9:00A
9:04A
8:20A
8:31A
8:43A
8:51A
8:58A

9.35A
9:50A
9:55A
10:03A
10:08A
10:28A
10:51A
11:11A
11:15A
3:30P
3:41P
3:54P
4:01P
4:20P
4:35P
4:40P
4:48P
4:53P
5:13P
5:36P
5:56P
6:01P
5:46P
5:56P
6:11P
6:24P
6:42
7:00P
7:06P
7:20P
7:25P
7:43P
8:06P
8:26P
8:30P
6:56P
7:07P
7:19P
7:27P
7:34P
7:45P
7:56P
8:08P
8:16P
8:23P

5:35P
5:50P
5:55P
6:03P
6:08P
6:28P
6:51P
7:11P
7:16P
READDOWN
#516 #518 #520 #502
#500
PURPLE
PURPLE
SHUTTLE
#504 #506 #508 #510 #514 #512
5:49A
5:53A
6:11A
6:35A
6:54A
6:58A
7:07A
7:12A
7:26A
7:34A
7:42A
7:54A
8:05A
7:10A
7:14A
7:32A
7:56A
8:15A
8:19A
8:28A
8:33A
8:47A

1:02P
1:07P
1:26P
1:44P
2:03P
2:07P
2:16P
2:21P
2:37P
2:45P
2:52P
3:05P
3:15P

4:30P
4:38P
4:45P
4:58P
5:08P
4:10P
4:15P
4:34P
4:52P
5:11P
5:15P
5:24P
5:29P
5:45P
5:52P
6:01P
6:17P
6:27P
5:25P
5:30P
5:49P
6:07P
6:26P
6:30P
6:39P
6:44P
6:57P
7:04P
7:11P
7:24P
7:34P
6:40P
6:45P
7:04P
7:22P
7:41P
7:45P
7:54P
7:59P
8:12P

9:00P
9:05P
9:24P
9:42P
10:01P
10:05P
10:14P
10:19P
10:32P

Southbound NMRX Weekday Schedule


TRAIN STATIONS #501 #503 #505-B #505-A #507 #509 #511 #513 #515 #517 #519 #521
Santa Fe Depot
South Capitol
SF County / NM 599
Kewa
Sandoval / US 550
Downtown Bernalillo
Sandia Pueblo
Los Ranchos / JC
Downtown ABQ
Bernalillo County
Isleta Pueblo
Los Lunas
Belen

4:32A
4:40A
4:48A
5:00A
5:11A

5:21A
5:29A
5:37A
5:49A
6:00A

6:25A
6:37A
6:49A
7:09A
7:27A

5:46A

6:04A
6:22A

Train arrives but does not continue. 0:00


Service provided by Rio Metro bus.
Means train does not stop.
Shown are departure times, unless otherwise noted.
Shown are departure times, unless otherwise noted.
New Mexico
Rail Runner
Express
Reading The Schedule
1. Decide whether you are going
north (at top) or south (at bottom).
2. On the left-hand side, find the station
fromwhich you are leaving.
3. Read across to find the times the
Rail Runner departs fromthat station.
4. Fromthere, read down to find what
time the Rail Runner will arrive at the
station to which you are traveling.
Departure Routes for 500 Purple,
505A, 505B. Use bus bay N
Legend
Downtown ABQ
866-795-RAIL (7245) www.nmrailrunner.com
Customer Service Hours: Mon.-Fri. 5am-8pm Sat. & Sun. 9am-5pm
Please note: schedule subject to change. Check website for latest schedule information.
DEC- MAR 2011- 12 | XPRESS 11
TRAI N OF THOUGHT
Riders: What the Rail Runner means to us
A TRAIN TO LITTLE PERSIA
In one hour, the Rail Runner will take me to Little Persia. You
didnt know that Albuquerque had such a place?
Maryam was born in Iran, and lived there for 20 years before
moving to Albuquerque. When she did move, she joined the
more than 5,000-strong Persian community already living in the
Duke City. I am lucky to be dating such an interesting person,
and thanks to the train, I dont mind the commute.
Also, the train is so much more romantic than driving! This
evening I will be sure to sit on the west-facing, upper deck to
see the sunset. Then I will get some tea on Central Avenue and
wait for Maryams nursing shift to end. Thats better than arriving
stressed-out from the drive through Interstate 25 construction ...
Thats why I take the train.
CAMERON HAIGHT
SANTA FE
AMAZING FRIENDS AND FAMILY
Visiting friends and family from out of state who think New
Mexico is an ignorant backwater are always thrilled and amazed
when we take them aboard the Rail Runner from Rio Rancho to
Santa Fe.
Picking up speed northbound from the U.S.-550 station, we
squirm and laugh in the childish delight of being aboard a train.
Views of the distant bluffs along the Rio Grande, the placid Santa
Ana Pueblo farms, the ghostly trading post at Santa Domingo
all showcase the true richness of our state.
A totally different scene unfolds around the Santa Fe Railyard
as we walk from the Depot to the Plaza. An afternoon among the
cafs, museums and shops leaves us pleasantly tired for the trip
home. As we ride south, the suns trip across the sky has cast the
familiar landscape in a different light golden hills, long shadows,
purple mountains. Its New Mexico as we know it, as it can only
be seen by rail.
And the presence of a modern light rail system in a sparsely
populated state tells our out-of-town visitors that, in New
Mexico, the future is now.
CHERYL EVERETT
RI O RANCHO
A STRESS-RELIEVER
We live in Los Alamos New Mexico and started riding the Rail
Runner as soon as it began service from Santa Fe. Unfortunately, I
am divorced and since we moved to Los Alamos for work six years
ago, I was responsible for getting the kids safely to Albuquerque
and picking them up every other weekend. So down we would
go Friday from Los Alamos to Albuquerque and I would return
home that evening to make the same round trip on Sunday. This
is routinely a five-hour trip.
I do not like driving on Interstate 25. Traffic moves too fast and
is very congested at these times, and I never felt safe (I would even
have panic attacks sometimes). I waited impatiently for the arrival
of the Rail Runner. Once it arrived, it dramatically reduced my
stress! For the first year-and-a-half, I would drive to Santa Fe and
hop on the train with the kids and ride down to Albuquerque, see
them off and hop back on. Not only did I not have to drive on the
interstate, but I also was able to catch a few Zs along the way!
Now, my kids have reached an age that I feel comfortable
sending them on the train alone, so I take them to Santa Fe
(someday I will put them on the bus in Los Alamos that drops off
at the train station in Santa Fe). They get on the train and I can
enjoy some shopping or a bite to eat.
The train has made a significant difference in my life, from
reducing stress, increasing the safety of my children, and saving
money and gas/wear and tear on my vehicle for more than 400
miles per month. I would also like to mention that the staff is
always friendly and is usually the same. Even though we only
ride every other week, we are often remembered. That, to me, is
greatly appreciated.
LAURA JOHNSTONE
LOS ALAMOS
12 XPRESS | DEC- MAR 2011- 12
DEC- MAR 2011- 12 | XPRESS 13
Effective November 5th, 2011 through April 1st, 2012
WINTER WEEKEND SCHEDULE
Please note: schedule subject to change. Check website for latest schedule information.
866-795-RAIL (7245)
www.nmrailrunner.com
Independance Day - July 4, 2011 Thanksgiving Day - November 24, 2011
Day After Thanksgiving - November 25, 2011 Christmas Day - December 25, 2011
News Years Day - January 1, 2012 Memorial Day - May 28, 2012
NO SERVICE DAYS
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
Northbound NMRX Holiday Schedule
TRAIN STATIONS
Belen
Los Lunas
Isleta Pueblo
Bernalillo County
Downtown ABQ
Los Ranchos / JC
Sandia Pueblo
Downtown Bernalillo
Sandoval / US 550
Kewa
SF County / NM 599
South Capitol
Santa Fe Depot
READDOWN
#702 #704 #706 #708 #710
Southbound NMRX Holiday Schedule
TRAIN STATIONS #701 #703 #705 #707 #709
8:52A
9:03A
9:16A
9:23A
9:33A
9:48A
9:53A
10:02A
10:06A
10:26A
10:49A
11:09A
11:14A

1:35P
1:50P
1:55P
2:04P
2:08P
2:28P
2:51P
3:11P
3:16P
9:05P
9:16P
9:29P
9:36P
9:46P

4:05P
4:16P
4:29P
4:36P
4:46P
5:01P
5:06P
5:15P
5:19P
5:39P
6:02P
6:22P
6:27P
6:11P
6:22P
6:35P
6:42P
6:52P
7:07P
7:12P
7:21P
7:25P
7:45P
8:08P
8:28P
8:33P

8:00A
8:08A
8:16A
8:29A
8:39A
12:14P
12:19P
12:38P
12:56P
1:15P
1:19P
1:28P
1:33P
1:49P
1:57P
2:05P
2:18P
2:28P
3:28P
3:33P
3:52P
4:10P
4:29P
4:33P
4:42P
4:47P
5:00P
5:08P
5:16P
5:29P
5:39P
6:41P
6:46P
7:05P
7:23P
7:42P
7:46P
7:55P
8:00P
8:13P
8:21P
8:29P
8:42P
8:52P
9:00P
9:05P
9:24P
9:42P
10:01P
10:05P
10:14P
10:19P
10:32P

Day After Christmas - Dec. 26, 2011


Day After New Years - Jan. 2, 2012
Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Jan. 16, 2012
EFFECTIVE FOR WINTER HOLIDAYS LISTED BELOW ONLY:
READDOWN
Santa Fe Depot
South Capitol
SF County / NM 599
Kewa
Sandoval / US 550
Downtown Bernalillo
Sandia Pueblo
Los Ranchos / JC
Downtown ABQ
Bernalillo County
Isleta Pueblo
Los Lunas
Belen
Northbound NMRX Weekend Schedule
TRAIN STATIONS
Belen
Los Lunas
Isleta Pueblo
Bernalillo County
Downtown ABQ
Los Ranchos / JC
Sandia Pueblo
Downtown Bernalillo
Sandoval / US 550
Kewa
SF County / NM 599
South Capitol
Santa Fe Depot
READDOWN
#702 #704 #706
8:52A
9:03A
9:16A
9:23A
9:33A
9:48A
9:53A
10:02A
10:06A
10:26A
10:49A
11:09A
11:14A
4:05P
4:16P
4:29P
4:36P
4:46P
5:01P
5:06P
5:15P
5:19P
5:39P
6:02P
6:22P
6:27P
9:05P
9:16P
9:29P
9:36P
9:46P
Southbound NMRX Weekend Schedule
TRAIN STATIONS
READDOWN
#701 #703 #705

8:00A
8:08A
8:16A
8:29A
8:39A
6:41P
6:46P
7:05P
7:23P
7:42P
7:46P
7:55P
8:00P
8:13P
8:21P
8:29P
8:42P
8:52P
12:14P
12:19P
12:38P
12:56P
1:15P
1:19P
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ROLLING ALO
BY DEBORAH BUSEMEYER
Jay Leutwyler doesnt waste time on his commute between
Albuquerque and Santa Fe a few days a week. Instead of driving for
his bookkeeping business, he relaxes on the New Mexico Rail Runner
Express, reads articles and works on his laptop.
RAIL RUNNER SERVES CURRENT RIDERS,
PLANS FOR FUTURE
ROLLING ALONG
DEC- MAR 2011- 12 | XPRESS 17
I ride the train instead of putting 35,000 miles
a year on my car, the 61-year-old Albuquerque
resident said.
Gladys Martin is relieved she doesnt have
to deal with traffic congestion or pay high gas
prices to get from her home in Cochiti Pueblo
to her job as ninth-grade counselor at the
Santa Fe Indian School.
The train is a lot better than driving, she
said as she waited for the 4:10 p.m. train at the
South Capital Depot. Im not in the hot seat.
Martin and Leutwylers commutes are a
major reason the New Mexico Rail Runner
Express exists. The thousands of commuters
between Santa Fe and Albuquerque are
the primary audience for the Rail Runner,
according to Jay Faught, former marketing
manager for the train over the past four years.
In a survey of passengers this spring, 75
percent reported they rode the train for work,
almost 10 percent for leisure and 11 percent
for school. The remaining 4 percent included
tourism, airport and personal and business
appointments.
Since Gov. Toney Anaya was in office in the
mid-1980s, people had talked about creating a
train that would provide an alternative to driving
Interstate 25 between Santa Fe and Belen. In
2003, then-Gov. Bill Richardson announced that
his administration would establish train service
along a corridor that contains nearly 60 percent
of New Mexicos jobs.
Two years later, the Mid-Region Council
of Governments and the New Mexico
Department of Transportation conducted a
study looking at transportation options for
travel between Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
The study involved researching alternatives
such as, adding more lanes to I-25, using bus
service or existing railroad track. Creating an
additional lane on I-25 between Belen and
Santa Fe was estimated to cost $720 to $740
million, according to the study. It also could
prove challenging because the area traverses
several Indian pueblos. In addition, an extra
lane would not have addressed the fact that
there is no other transportation option when
poor weather conditions, road construction or
vehicle crashes slow traffic further.
In 25 years, its anticipated that commuters
18 XPRESS | DEC- MAR 2011- 12
will have a two-hour trip to Albuquerque. So the Rail Runner is
about meeting future needs as well as current, said Tony Sylvester,
special projects planner for the Rio Metro Regional Transit District.
We dont want to say the Rail Runner will solve traffic problems,
but there will be an important option for people to avoid a two-
hour commute.
About 30,000 vehicles each day travel on I-25 between the town
of Bernalillo and Cerrillos Road, according to the Mid-Region
Council of Governments Traffic Surveillance Program. Its only
going to get worse.
A lot of people criticize that were ahead of our time, that
were not dense enough, we dont have enough population, were
too spread out, Sylvester said. The train already is working.
Were carrying 4,500 to 5,000 people a day. That means 200,000
miles of vehicle traffic off the roadway system a day, which is very
significant.
By 2025, population in the Albuquerque-Santa Fe corridor will
grow by nearly 50 percent to more than 1.3 million, according to
the Albuquerque-Santa Fe Alternatives Analysis conducted by
URS Greiner, Inc. in 2005. In the Santa Fe metropolitan area, the
population is expected to increase 60 percent to 228,000 by 2025.
Lack of affordable housing there forces many to live outside the city.
Bus service wouldnt provide an option to riding on I-25. Also,
it would take 93 buses to carry the average number of people who
ride the Rail Runner every day, Faught said. Further, buses typically
dont result in people making investments in land or real estate the
way a train can, Sylvester said.
While we view the Rail Runner as part of this really efficient
economical way to get people up and down the corridor, just as
importantly, it can shape the way the region grows and help us
address a lot of the road-related issues that were facing if we dont do
things differently, Sylvester said.
The City of Santa Fe is looking at development in a different way
where the Rail Runner travels along St. Michaels Drive. The City
is considering making the wide road more narrow and attractive, as
well as pedestrian and bike-friendly to try and draw new technology
companies or art and design businesses to the area, said Santa Fe
Mayor David Coss.
The train coming was part of the impetus for totally re-
envisioning the St. Michaels corridor and how that might develop
with major transit going through it, Coss said.
Merritt Brown and his partners at SF Brown bought the property
surrounding the Zia Station in Santa Fe before there was a whisper
of the Rail Runner. The train has completely changed the developers
plans for the 17-acre area, expanding the residential component of
the development to 50 percent compared to 10 percent before. We
thought the train was a grand opportunity for not just Santa Fe but
Albuquerque and the central Rio Grande corridor, Brown said. So
much of the Western U.S. has developed around the vehicle. This
is a way to break that mold a little bit. If we have the potential for
people to get around a different way, you can get more creative in
your development opportunities.
In SF Browns research about trains and development, Brown and
his partners learned that office and residential space were critical,
because both employees and residents appreciate living or working
near another transportation option.
We honestly feel that our development will take advantage of the
next generation, Brown said.
Both Brown and Sylvester pointed out that the aging population
of New Mexico could be interested in living near a train station,
where they wouldnt have to rely on their car for transportation. The
train already is servicing those without cars.
Before the Rail Runner, Henry Chavez, 46, hitchhiked to Santa Fe
for work. Now he can travel on the train from Kewa Pueblo. I catch
the train to be safe, he said.
In addition to workers coming in on the train, the City of Santa
Fe is planning how it can provide more opportunities for visitors
who travel by train to Santa Fe, Coss said. The City is considering
CLYDE MUELLER
Students are biking, taking buses, shuttles and the Rail Runner to get
around and reduce traffic.
JANE PHILLIPS
Rosie Zamora works at SAMs Club in the tire department and uses her
bike for transportation to and from the Rail Runner 599 stop. She lives
in Albuquerque.
DEC- MAR 2011- 12 | XPRESS 19
asking voters to provide funding to rehabilitate Santa Fes old
depot building and build a multi-modal visitor center adjacent to
Tomasitas on Guadalupe Street.
The Rail Runner has been a big deal to our hotels and merchants
and cultural industries, he said.
Not everyone recognizes the benefits of the Rail Runner. In
public venues, such as letters to the editor, people have criticized the
cost of the train, which is operating at a deficit due mostly because of
the loss of supplemental federal funds and a decrease in gross receipts
taxes. The train is funded through fares, gross receipts tax and rental
fees for the train tracks that the State owns.
There is not a transit system in the country or in the world that
makes money, Faught said. The government provides this as a
service to the community. And thats what were doing by having
the Rail Runner as a form of public transportation.
Even though the system has had to cut back schedules and raise
fares, Sylvester sees no threat to the future of the train. The biggest
struggle is how to expand the train service to meet a variety of travel
demands and stay within budget. The most common complaint the
Rio Metro Regional Transit District receives is that trains should
run more often.
We want to see a robust service that serves as the backbone of a
regional transit network, he said. Weve come a long way in five
years and theres still a long way to go. We have dedicated riders, but
we still need to attract more.
JANE PHILLIPS
Cochiti Elementary School took a public transportation field trip on the
Rail Runner.
NATALIE GUILLN
Philippe Codert, 92, takes the Rail Runner three days a week to work
from Belen to Albuquerque.
WHAT THE RAIL RUNNER MEANS
JOBS
Creating the railroad system: 250
Current staff: 150
CLEANER AIR, 2010
53 fewer tons of volatile organic compounds
46 fewer tons of nitrous oxides
583 fewer tons of carbon monoxide
DRIVERS
In 2010, the Rail Runner reduced vehicle miles between
Santa Fe and Belen by 45.7 million.
ACCIDENTS
To determine how much a train reduces accidents on
a road, the federal government uses computer models
and estimates based on national averages. In 2010, the
TransSight Model from Regional Economic Models, Inc.
determined that there were 152 fewer crashes on I-25
between Belen and Santa Fe, 37 involving injuries or
fatalities and 115 involving property damage.
Statistics are based on 2010 ridership numbers and
as calculated with the TransSight Model from Regional
Economic Models, Inc.
THERE IS NOT A TRANSIT SYSTEM IN THE COUNTRY OR IN THE WORLD
THAT MAKES MONEY. THE GOVERNMENT PROVIDES THIS AS A SERVICE
TO THE COMMUNITY. AND THATS WHAT WERE DOING BY HAVING
THE RAIL RUNNER AS A FORM OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION.
J AY FAUGHT, FORMER MARKETI NG MANAGER
20 XPRESS | DEC- MAR 2011- 12
BY TODD BAILEY
Anabel Gomez and Arthur Cooper looked like they were
in an explosion.
In a way, they were.
Their bodies were covered in blood with a scattering of burn marks.
Gomezs forehead was bloodied and a piece of glass stuck out of her
right cheek. Cooper had glass shards all over his chest and head.
It itches a bit, Gomez said with a laugh. But its all right. It took
them about an hour to get all the make-up on everyone.
The two ITT Technical Institute criminal justice students
volunteered earlier this year to portray victims of a bomb detonation
onboard a train during a real-time emergency exercise conducted
by the New Mexico Rail Runner Express, Amtrak and various law
enforcement agencies in Albuquerque.
The exercise allowed more than 100 law enforcement officials to
RED
NATALIE GUILLEN
DEC- MAR 2011- 12 | XPRESS 21
work together in case any terrorist-type situations take place along
the Rail Runners 100-mile corridor. The day-long event consisted
of three scenarios: a bomb detonation that is supposed to kill two
passengers and injure several others, a hostage situation, and a
building-to-building man-hunt. The setting for the exercise was the
train depot just south of the Albuquerque downtown area.
Its the perfect place to hold such an exercise, said Frank Fisher
of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Weve been able to get
everyone together for these scenarios and get everyone on the same
page in case one of these unfortunate events happens.
The agencies involved with the exercise were the New Mexico
State Police, FBI, Bernalillo County Sheriffs Office, Albuquerque
Police Department, Albuquerque Fire Department, Albuquerque
SWAT and bomb squads and the Albuquerque Police K-9 division.
The New Mexico State Police served as the umbrella
organization since its jurisdiction covers the 100-mile corridor of
TODD BAILEY
Disaster exercise participants get a briefing before entering the building on a manhunt. From left, Luke Miller,
FBI; Nick Army, Rio Rancho Police Department; George Lopez and Hugo Munoz, New Mexico State Police.
FAKE EMERGENCY
TRAINS FOR THE REAL THING
ALERT
22 XPRESS | DEC- MAR 2011- 12
the Rail Runner, said Augusta Meyers, communications manager,
Mid-Region Council of Governments. But within the different
jurisdictions, depending on where the event occurs, you are going to
get different responders to an event.
The exercise was the culmination of a years worth of planning and
four days of intensive classroom training. Law enforcement routinely
trains for emergency scenarios involving buildings, Meyers said. But
training was needed to prepare everyone in the case a crisis took
place on a train.
With the rail, (law enforcement officers) need to know how
things work on a locomotive, Meyers said. They need to know
how to turn off the train. They need to know the strategies on
exiting a train, how to open the windows outward, to allow
passengers to exit.
More than 100 volunteers participated as train passengers. The
Rail Runner and Amtrak each provided a train for the exercise.
To make the exercise as life-like as possible, make-up artists were
brought in to apply injuries to passengers and a triage was set up to
treat them.
When the bomb detonation scenario was completed, the focus
switched to the hostage scenario on board the Amtrak train. Law
enforcement officials practiced entry techniques. SWAT snipers
from the Bernalillo County Sheriffs Department also participated
in the event.
For the manhunt scenario, everyone involved waited for the
daylight to diminish before starting. Fisher said the old train station
buildings on the site provided the perfect setting. The plan was to
conduct a five-building search involving flash and bang bombs.
It would be easier to do the last scenario in the daylight, but we
thought it would be a better exercise to conduct it in the dark,
said Fisher. The group of officers will enter each building, which
we have wired with non-lethal explosives to provide the real-life
experience. Thats necessary for the officers to conduct their job in a
tense situation. The closer to reality, the better the exercise can be.
By the time the third scenario took place, Gomez and Cooper,
who portrayed two victims in the bomb detonation scenario,
were on their way home. The two criminal justice students
considered themselves lucky to participate in such an informative
demonstration and exercise.
Its pretty interesting to get to be in a situation like that and
observe how it would really be like, said Cooper, who at the age of
31 mostly travels by train. How things react around you. Just seeing
the operations procedures and the process of doing them is great.
We learn about them in class, but to see them performed is really
great.
The idea of terrorist acts onboard a train has been widely seen in
the movies and exclusively covered through European media reports.
But to have an exercise of three scenarios take place on a train which
runs through central New Mexico on a regular basis hit home a bit.
People dont expect for trains to be attacked, said Gomez, age 19.
I think its a good practice for everyone. I think this is something
that we need to have to make sure that the people who ride the train
are safe.
SWAT sniper, Detective Patrick Burk, Bernalillo County Sheriffs Department, takes his position for a training exercise involving the Rail Runner
and a fake disaster situation.
DEC- MAR 2011- 12 | XPRESS 23
2011-2012 WINTER CALENDAR OF EVENTS
All Year
Santa Fe Farmers Market (Santa Fe, Railyard) Every Tuesday
and Saturday from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. www.santafefarmersmarket.com.
Exit the train at the Santa Fe Depot.
Railyard Artisans Market (Santa Fe, Railyard) Every Sunday from
10 a.m.-4 p.m. www.santafefarmersmarket.com. Exit the train at the
Santa Fe Depot.
December 2011
Dec. 3-31: December Garden Holidays (Albuquerque BioPark)
9 a.m.-5 p.m. www.cabq.gov/biopark. Exit the train at the
Downtown Albuquerque station and board ABQ Ride Route 66 or
Route 766 Rapid Ride Red Line to the BioPark Aquarium/Garden.
Dec. 10: Harvey House Christmas (Belen, Harvey House)
10 a.m.-3 p.m. www.belen-nm.gov. Exit the train at the Belen
station and walk west over the Reinken Avenue overpass into
downtown, First and Becker.
January 2012
Jan. 27-Feb. 5: Winter Fiesta (Santa Fe) www.santafe.org.
Various events and locations. Exit the train at the Santa Fe Depot
station and board the Santa Fe Pick Up or take the short walk.
Jan. 28: Valencia County Hispano Chamber Matanza (Belen
Fairgrounds) www.hispanomatanza.com. Exit the train at the Belen
station. There is no direct shuttle to the Fairgrounds; passengers
must find a means of transport.
February 2012
Feb. 5: Black History Month Celebration (Santa Fe, Museum
of International Folk Art) 1-4 p.m. www.internationalfolkart.org.
Exit the train at the South Capitol station and board the shuttles to
Museum Hill.
Feb. 25-26: Celebration of Gourds (Albuquerque, Expo New
Mexico), www.newmexicogourdsociety.org. 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Exit the
train at the Downtown Albuquerque station and board Rapid Ride
Red Line, Green Line or ABQ Ride Route 66 to the fairgrounds.
NATALIE GUILLN
Antonio and Molly Manzanares at their Shepherds Lamb booth at the Santa Fe Farmers Market in the Railyard.
GET GOING
24 XPRESS | DEC- MAR 2011- 12
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6. Feijoada is considered to be
its national dish
10. Gold, for Pizarro
12. Country where you can find
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15. Like some breezes
18. Smart
19. Navy ship title
20. Above street level transport
(2 words)
24. Chocolate or watches?
26. Do a 180 in the rental car?
(2 words)
28. Bed and breakfast
29. Tide flowback
31. Stylish
32. Turkish city
33. Snow bank
35. Yes in Spanish
36. Avignon is in the __ of
France
37. Southern England seaside
town
39. Site of the Franz Kafka
museum
40. Roll of dough
41. Strolling along
43. Norfolk waterways in the
UK
45. You ___ here
46. Consultant
47. Propels a canoe
Down
1. South western French city,
whose university was founded
in 1229
2. Ararat boat
3. Cruise line
4. Galway native
5. Montmartre, for one
7. Nationality famous for its
vodka and roulette?
8. Creature park
9. Recline
11. Sightseeeing assistant (2
words)
13. Voice
14. Born, in France
16. Code-cracking org.
17. Handwoven Norse carpet
21. Island paradise in the
Caribbean
22. Religious site in Israel (2
words)
23. Chinese river
25. Beach finds
27. Nurse for short
30. Englishman, for short
33. The color of Syrah (2
words)
34. Spain + Portugal
36. Unexpected difficulty
38. Proprietor
42. I want my ___ from
Money for Nothing
43. Bikini top
44. Bros sibling
45. Wire service
CROSSWORD BY MYLES MELLOR
ALL ABOARD PUZZLES
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7 4 8 2
8 5
6 9 5 1 8
9 7
5 1 7 3
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Each Sudoku puzzle consists of a 9x9 grid that has been subdivided
into nine smaller grids of 3x3 squares. To solve the puzzle each row,
column and box must contain each of the numbers 1-9.
Level: medium
SUDOKU BY MYLES MELLOR AND SUSAN FLANAGAN
Answers can be found on page 26.
DEC- MAR 2011- 12 | XPRESS 25
BY TODD BAILEY
Every other weekend for almost two years, Judah
Medina-Armstrong has ridden the New Mexico Rail
Runner from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, only to catch the
Taos Express shuttle from Santa Fe to Taos.
During the school year, the 13-year old uses the two-hour trip to
finish his homework. Sometimes he pushes away the math questions
and stares out the window. When he travels north for summer
vacation, his focus is mainly on the beauty of central and Northern
New Mexico.
The view is always great going to Taos, the eighth-grade Bosque
School student said. Its hard to pay attention to my homework the
whole trip. I sometimes just like to stare out the window.
The mass-transit trip has been a godsend for his parents. Judah
lives with his father, Bruce, in Albuquerque, and travels to visit
his mother, Elizabeth, in
Colorado, who goes to Taos to
pick up her son.
We all took the train and
Taos Express for the first
time with Judah, just so he
wouldnt feel uncomfortable
about the trip, said Bruce
Armstrong. Now he takes it all the time by himself and rather
enjoys it.
The Taos Express may only be a weekend service, but it has grown
in popularity since it started three years ago. The passengers who use
the service understand its value.
Taos resident Whitney Goler and her two sons use the Taos
Express to visit her parents in Santa Fe. Instead of worrying about
driving the winding road between the two communities, Goler sits
back with a book, while her sons listen to music on their iPods.
Its such a convenient way to travel, Goler said, Plus, its much
cheaper than driving down.
The cost of a round-trip from Taos to Santa Fe is $10 for adults
and free for children, age 10 and younger. Those kinds of savings
were what caught Maria Dimas attention. The Taos resident often
travels to Los Lunas to visit her son and his family.
Its very economical, Dimas said. What could cost around $100
in gas to travel to Los Lunas by vehicle costs $26 by mass transit.
And thats not including the wear and tear on your vehicle.
The Taos Express is one of more than 60 bus and shuttle routes
that connect the Rail Runner to the more rural parts of central and
Northern New Mexico, said Augusta Meyers, communications
manager for the Mid-Region Council of Governments, which helps
run the train. We like to think of the Rail Runner as the spine of
all mass transit in central and Northern New Mexico, Meyers said.
With all of these bus and shuttle routes, passengers can travel from
Socorro to Taos without spending too much money.
Although Town of Taos officials are happy with the success of
the Taos Express, its original design was to offer an opportunity for
tourists and other New Mexico residents to travel to Taos for the day
or weekend.
Day trippers have the chance to enjoy the scenery of the drive
up, said Cathy Connelly, director of Public Affairs and Tourism for
the Town of Taos. If they want to have a glass of wine at the end of
the day, they dont have to worry about driving back.
To serve tourists, two new routes were added and are used by
reservation only. The first travels from downtown Santa Fe to the
Santa Fe Airport. On Thanksgiving weekend, a new route started
from Taos to the Taos Ski Valley at the cost of $1 per round trip.
Weve had a lot of requests from our passengers for the ski
valley service, said Connelly. They like the idea of coming up on
Saturday, ski and have fun, stay the night, ski some more on Sunday
and then come back Sunday evening.
Skiing isnt the only event for visitors. They can enjoy the
Lighting of Ledoux Street on Dec. 10. Taos museums, galleries and
businesses help light up the buildings on the historic street with
farolitos. Music and other festivities will also take place.
But the holiday season isnt the only time to come to Taos, said
Connelly. We have summer events that take place as well. We even
have some people who will load their bicycles and come up to ride
around town for the day.
Whatever the reason, the Taos Express offers an ideal way to visit
all the attractions Taos has to offer. The cost can be cheaper than a
gallon of gas, and the experience is priceless.
TRAIN TO TAOS
WITH THE EXPRESS SHUTTLE, MASS TRANSIT OFFERS A WAY
DETAILS
Learn more about the Taos
Express weekend shuttle at
www.taosexpress.com.
KIM KURIAN
Rio Grande Gorge, Taos
26 XPRESS | DEC- MAR 2011- 12
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SUDOKU SOLUTION
Name: Nicole Trujillo
Family: I live with my fianc, Martin, and we have two kids. My
oldest is Cisco and he is 8 years old, and my youngest is Martin,
who is 3.
Job Title: Customer Service Representative
Where do you live? Albuquerque on the West Side.
How long have you worked for New Mexico Rail Runner
Express? Since February of 2009, almost three years
Describe your typical work day. My work day starts in the
afternoon at 2 p.m. and goes until 8 p.m. Throughout the day, I
answer a high-volume multi-phone line with questions regarding
train and bus schedules along with trip planning for tourists and
ticket prices. Im in constant contact with the dispatchers and
conductors to update the digital screen and voice announcements
at each station and send out text message alerts to notify passengers
of any delays. As well as customer-service duties, I log all lost and
found and keep track of all trains to make sure they are on time,
and monitor video surveillance cameras at all stations. I coordinate
with the Rail Runner when there are delays with our train or buses.
Whats your favorite part of your job? My favorite part of
my job is being able to help people learn and get to know the Rail
Runner. There are many people who dont know about public
transportation and how to get from the stations to wherever it
is they need to go. Many people from out of town dont know
they can take a free shuttle from the airport to the station in
Albuquerque and get to Santa Fe or south to Belen. So just
knowing I can educate these people on all this information makes
me feel good about my job.
When you are not working, what else do you like to do?
I love spending time with my kids and taking them out to enjoy
a family day. I also enjoy going out dancing, shopping and just
enjoying life.
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in the Historic Railyard District
next to Rail Runners Santa Fe Depot
500 Montezuma Avenue
505.989.9390 www.sanbusco.com Santa Fe
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ROCK PAPER SCI SSOR SALONSPA SANTA FE PENS SOULFULSI LKS TECA TU TERRA BELLA THE REEL LI FE WI NK
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