Draft South Central Regional Transportation Plan is now available for public review
The development of a long range transportation plan provides an opportunity for local elected officials and citizens to discuss and make decisions about the kind of transportation network that would be most effective for their area. Typically, a long range plan covers a minimum of a 20 year period, but the RTP as part of the New Mexico Transportation Plan (NMTP), address a 25 year period. The purpose of this RTP is to bring together the citizens and officials from rural Socorro, Sierra, and Dona Ana counties to identify the transportation needs in the region between now and 2040.
Date/Time: Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. Location: Richard Cooper Training Center, 101 Highway 195, Elephant Butte, NM
Comment on the South Central RTP
Do you wish to submit a comment on the draft regional transportation plan? If so, you can submit your comments here. Or you can download a comment form and mail it back to us. Please note that this form is for the South Central RTP. The 30-day public comment period is open until July 17, 2015.
Please visit the main page to comment on the statewide transportation plan.