N M R X | N E W · M E X I C O · R A I L · R U N N E R · E X P R E S S The New Mexico Rail Runner Express (NMRX) is a commuter rail system serving the metropolitan areas of Albuquerque and Santa Fe in New Mexico. It is owned by the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) and the Rio Metro Regional Transit District (Rio Metro), a regional transportation agency. The Rail Runner operates on a 96.5 mile (155.3 km) north-south corridor between Belen and Santa Fe, which follows Interstate 25. A one-way ride from Belen to Santa Fe on the Rail Runner Express takes approximately 2 hours. Rail Runner has 15 active stations: 10 in the Sante Fe metro area, 2 serving Kewa Pueblo and rural areas of Santa Fe County, and 3 in Santa Fe. All have single side platforms 260 feet (3 cars) to 500 feet long except for South Capitol (which has two side platforms) and Downtown Albuquerque (which has longer island platforms). An additional station, Lobo Special Events Platform station, is unused. The Rail Runner power includes 9 MotivePower MPI MP36PH-3C diesel-electric locomotives, 13 Bombardier BiLevel Coaches and 9 Bombardier BiLevel Cab cars. The livery of the New Mexico Rail Runner depicts a stylistic roadrunner on the locomotive and trailing tailfeathers on the coaches. The "door closing" tones resemble the signature “Beep-Beep” of the Warner Bros Road Runner cartoon character. Trains operate in a push-pull configuration, with the locomotive always facing south. When not in use, the vehicles are stored in a rail yard in downtown Albuquerque near the Alvarado Transportation Center. R O L L I N G · S T O C K S Y S T E M · M A P V I D E O S B E E P · B E E P Thank you for taking the time to watch and read this suggestion !