The city of Santa Fe has long been in need of an adequate, up-to-date bus terminal facility to serve the city and satisfactorily fulfill its transportation needs. This need was recognized as far back as 1946 when the firm of Harland Bartholomew and Associates submitted a comprehensive plan study to the city, noting: "...it would be most desirable for the city (of Santa Fe) to have a new Union bus depot. The present terminal (is) not satisfactory to handle the present traffic. (It has) the disadvantage of bringing bus traffic into the very heart of the business district and consequently increasing congestion in the district."
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Beltran, Michael Jr.. "A Bus Terminal Facility for Santa Fe, N.M.." (1969). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/arch_etds/99