The draft New Mexico Transportation Plan (NMTP) is now available. The plan reflects the input received from a wide range of public agencies, private organizations, and individuals throughout the state. The NMTP is a state transportation plan and was developed in cooperation with seven regional transportation planning organizations with responsibility to address transportation needs in rural New Mexico and five metropolitan transportation planning organizations with responsibility to address transportation needs in urban New Mexico. The regional plans page provides links to these complementary plans, when they become available.
The public comment period for the plan closed on June 26, 2015. The NMDOT is now reviewing comments and will update this website when the final plan is available. Public meetings were held on June 3 in Las Cruces, June 4 in Albuquerque, and June 8 in Santa Fe. The NMTP was also presented throughout the state in May and June 2015.
- NMTP Summary Presentation
- Draft Complete Plan
- Plan Summary & Front Matter
- Chapter 1 – Challenges and Opportunities
- Chapter 2 – Introduction to Goals and Strategies
- Goal 1 – Transparency and Accountability
- Goal 2 – Improve Safety for All System Users
- Goal 3 – Preserve and Maintain our Transportation Assets for the Long Term
- Goal 4 – Provide Multimodal Access and Connectivity for Community Prosperity
- Goal 5 – Respect New Mexico’s Cultures, Environment, History, and Quality of Life
- Chapter 3 – Measuring our Performance
- Chapter 4 – Implementation
- Appendices – coming soon
The official public comment period on the NMTP has now closed. Thank you to those who provided comments. The final plan and response to comments will be posted when NMDOT has completed its review of these comments.