Want to charter a bus in Albuquerque, New Mexico? We’ve Got You Covered!

We understand that chartering a bus can be a daunting task, especially if this is your first time. Don’t worry! We’ve been at this since 2001 and will walk you through the entire process of chartering a bus in or to Albuquerque, New Mexico. You want an easy, worry-free process, fair price, and to look good at the end. Our job is to make sure you get all that. Because nobody should be left waiting for a bus that never comes.

Types of vehicles we offer in Albuquerque, New Mexico

$850 - $1400
Charter Bus
Up to 55 passengers 5 hr minimum
  • Conventions
  • Events
  • Interstate travel
  • Large Groups
$900 - $1200
Executive Minibus
Up to 35 passengers 5 hr minimum
  • Corporate outings
  • Corporate travel
  • Local travel
  • Off-site parking lot shuttles
  • Private airport shuttle
  • Small Groups
  • Smaller Groups
  • Weddings
  • Worker Transportation to/from works sites
$700 - $1100
Minibus
Up to 30 passengers 5 hr minimum
  • Conventions
  • Corporate outings
  • Corporate travel
  • Economy Transportation
  • Employee shuttle
  • Events
  • Fraternity / Sorority Outings
  • Group Events
  • Local travel
  • Off-site parking lot shuttles
  • Private airport shuttle
  • Small Groups
  • Smaller Groups
  • Weddings
  • Worker Transportation to/from works sites
$550 - $950
School Bus
Up to 44 passengers 5 hr minimum
  • Corporate outings
  • Economy Transportation
  • Employee shuttle
  • Group Events
  • Local travel
  • Worker Transportation to/from works sites
$500 - $750
Shuttle Van
Up to 13 passengers 5 hr minimum
  • Local travel
  • Private airport shuttle
  • Small Groups
  • Smaller Groups
  • Worker Transportation to/from works sites
$900 - $1500
Party Bus
Up to 40 passengers 5 hr minimum
  • Bachelor / Bachelorette Parties
  • Corporate outings
  • Fraternity / Sorority Outings
  • Group Events

Here's how we do it:

We've been in business since 2001 and have served millions of happy passengers over the years.

  • Safety

    We work only with safe vendors and verify their insurance from government databases

  • Savings

    We are a volume buyer with our vendors and get the best rates. We pass the savings on to you.

  • Service

    Whether this is your 100th time chartering a bus or the first, our staff is here to help you through the process!

Albuquerque Charter Buses

A city of over half a million people, Albuquerque is New Mexico’s only major metropolis and a popular destination for tourists and business travelers. Full of ancient culture and spectacular natural beauty, Albuquerque is a rich and diverse city with gorgeous landscapes, festive events and popular convention and seminar destinations. The traffic in Albuquerque can be intimidating, so if you are looking to avoid driving, Metropolitan Shuttle can provide easy, hassle-free transportation anywhere in Albuquerque with its charter bus and shuttle services.

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Transportation in and Around Albuquerque

Albuquerque has two major airports: the Albuquerque International Sunport, which supports most business and commercial flights; and the Double Eagle II, which is primarily used by corporate, military and charter flights. From Albuquerque International Sunport, visitors to the city can hail a taxi, take a scheduled shuttle bus, or board the Rail Runner Express commuter train to the Alvarado Transportation Center in downtown Albuquerque.

As major cities go, Albuquerque has a well-developed bicycle network. Many trails and routes run through the city, including the newly unveiled Bicycle Boulevard on Silver Avenue. Albuquerque was also designed to be very “walkable,” ranked by Walk Score as the 28th most walkable city.

Albuquerque has a reputation for intense traffic, particularly the bottleneck locations around Interstate 25, Interstate 40, the diamond interchange at NM-423, and Central Avenue. While not as congested as the traffic in Los Angeles or Chicago, Albuquerque can still be an intimidating driving environment for visitors.

Fortunately, Albuquerque does have many alternate routes around the city, so drivers can avoid the interstate, especially during morning and evening rush hour, when congestion is at its peak. Crashes and other traffic incidents can cause frequent closures on I-40, which will divert traffic onto the lesser-used routes. As with many major metropolitan areas, it’s best to schedule a minimum of 30 minutes to get anywhere in the city if you are traveling by car. If confronting the Albuquerque traffic seems confusing, Metropolitan Shuttle can easily arrange a charter bus for transportation in Albuquerque.

Albuquerque Airports

Metropolitan Areas in Albuquerque

Albuquerque is divided into four quadrants:

  • The Northeast Quadrant, containing the University of New Mexico, the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, and Uptown
  • The Northwest Quadrant, containing historic Old Town, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, and the Cottonwood Mall
  • The Southeast Quadrant, a commercial and residential district featuring the Kirtland Air Force Base, University Stadium, Isotopes Park, and the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
  • The Southwest Quadrant, or “South Valley,” a rural area containing the National Hispanic Cultural Center, and the Albuquerque Biological Park.

Things to Do and See in Albuquerque

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