This friendly roadrunner came to us from the Rio Grande River Valley where he spent his days catching mice, lizards and even snakes! Like the Rail Runner, locals revere the roadrunner for its courage, strength, speed and endurance. Growing up near the rail road tracks, he learned much about trains - like how fun they can be and how to be safe around them.
Trax made his debut appearance at the May 2, 2014 Albuquerque Isotopes baseball game, and is often seen at schools and community events promoting rail safety and spreading the fun of rail travel.
Mascot Handler, Part-Time Rio Metro Regional Transit District is looking for a part-time mascot handler to help with Trax, the Rail Runner mascot. The Handler will assist with costume navigation, guiding the mascot, and handing out promotion items. Must be able to stand and walk for long periods of time, interact with the public in a positive manner, and work nights and weekends. This position is hired through a staffing agency. Click here to view the full job posting and apply.
You may request Trax to appear at your event. To schedule an appearance call 505-724-3650 or email us.
Schedule a Safety Presentation with Appearance
Trax is dedicated to promoting rail safety. In addition to an appearance by the mascot, Rio Metro can also provide 30-60 minute rail safety presentations for elementary and middle schools as well as custom presentations for non-profit organizations such as public libraries. To schedule an appearance call 505-724-3650 or email us.
*Listed public appearance dates and times are subject to change.