The one-of-a-kind character of Albuquerque is the result of many different forces, perhaps none as important as the centuries of history that have shaped the city. Starting with the Native Americans who have lived here for thousands of years, and continuing through Albuquerque's official founding in 1706, the city has grown into a multicultural metropolis of nearly a million people. While the modern city of Albuquerque is a center of high-tech industry and research, it retains vital connections to the past, such as the ancient rock carvings at Petroglyph National Monument, the historic Old Town Plaza and the trail of vintage neon signs along Route 66.
Albuquerque Internation Sunport:
Albuquerque Rapid Transit:
Parking on campus is under limited enforcement on Saturdays. This means you can park in any unrestricted A, B, or C parking lot. Make sure you are not parked in a reserved space, a handicapped space, a metered space or in an R lot. Enforcement for those is active and you will receive a ticket. For questions contact http://pats.unm.edu.
Alvarado Transportation Center