General RTPO Resources

NMDOT website NMDOT YouTube videos

NM State Transportation Commission

NM Legislature website

NMDOT eSTIP website

NMDOT Functional Classification map online

NMDOT District IV - LGRF Presentation Feb 2018 (PowerPoint)

NMDOT District IV - Permitting Program Presentation 2018 (PPT)

FHWA ADA Transition Plan Attributes Guide (PDF)

NMDOT ADA and Title VI Presentation (4/27/2022)

NMDOT Capital Program and Investments Division resources

 

More resources from NMDOT Project Oversight Division:

FY 2023 State Transportation Project Funding (TPF) files

Info: NMDOT FY 2023 TPF Call for Projects (PDF)

3/10: NMDOT FY 2023 TPF Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)

NMDOT FY 2023 TPF Project Feasibility Form (New PDF)

FY 2023 TPF Application Checklist (PDF)

FY 2023 TPF Cover Letter Template and Example (Word docs)

FY 2023 TPF Match Waiver Resolution Template, Example (Word)

(03/23/2022) FY 23 TPF Information Slide Deck (PDF)

2023 NERTPO RTP Update (PDF)

2023 NMDOT Freight Plan Slide Deck (PDF)

(4/13/2021Non NMDOT Bridge Conditions (PDF)

Previous NMDOT Federal Funding Guides

​TAP/RTP FFY 2023-2024 Program Guide (PDF)

CMAQ FFY 2023-2024 Program Guide (PDF)

NMDOT 2021 TAP, RTP and CMAQ presentation

More supporting files can be found on the NMDOT

Active Transportation and Recreational Programs webpage

NMDOT Freight Advisory Committee Meeting #3

September 22, 2022 1:30PM-3:00PM 

Join this meeting Via Microsoft Teams with the following information or click on the link above.

Meeting ID: 216 763 239 19
Passcode: SVWFKY

Funding Opportunities + Support

NM 2022 Outdoor Recreation Trails+ grant

Opened March 1, 2022 and will remain open through the year, or until the $7 million of state funds are spent.

  • Funds for planning and constructing outdoor infrastructure, such as trails, boat ramps, shooting ranges, disc golf courses, and more, described here.

  • Two tiers of award:

    • Tier 1: $25,000 to $99,999 for communities to boost local outdoor access​

    • Tier 2: $100,000 to $500,000 for larger regional projects

  • Required match is 1:1 in urban areas, and 2:1 in rural areas​​

Read more about the 2022 Trails+ Grant here (PDF).

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Resources

Specific BIL Funding Opportunities Now Open

Bridge Investment Program

A competitive, discretionary program that focuses on existing bridges to reduce the overall number of bridges in poor condition, or in fair condition at risk of falling into poor condition. Alongside states and federal lands management agencies, metropolitan planning organizations and local and tribal governments can also apply directly to FHWA, making it easier to advance projects at the local level that meet community needs.

Planning Grant deadline: July 25, 2022 (no minimum budget)

Large Bridge deadline: Aug. 9, 2022 (at least $50 million)

Bridge Project deadline: Sept. 8, 2022 (at least $2.5 million)

More information: 2022 Notice Of Funding Opportunity

Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) Grant Program

Annual call for applications for trail maintenance, research and stewardship training funding is now open.

Funding limits

  • Action Plan Grants - 

    • an expected minimum of $200,000 for all applicants​

    • maximum of $1 million for local, state, or Tribal agencies

    • maximum of $5 million for MPOs or joint applications

  • Implementation Plan Grants​

    • local or state agencies: $5 million to $30 million

    • Tribal entities or from rural areas*: $3 to $30 million

    • MPO or joint application: maximum of $50 million

* For the purposes of the SS4A grant program award size minimum, rural is defined as an area outside an Urbanized Area (UA) or located within a UA with a pop. of fewer than 200,000.

Application deadlineSeptember 15, 2022

More information: "how to apply" webpage

Tribal Transportation Program Safety Fund (TTPSF)

Awarded annually, projects are chosen whose outcomes will address the prevention and reduction of death or serious injuries in transportation related incidents, such as motor vehicle crashes.

Project Categories

  1. transportation safety plans

    • New transp. safety plans (up to $15,000)​

    • Update existing, 3+ year old safety plans (up to $10,000)

  2. data assessment, improvement, and analysis activities

  3. systemic roadway departure countermeasures

  4. infrastructure improvement and other eligible activities as listed in 23 U.S.C. § 148(a)(4)

Eligible entities: federally recognized Indian tribes

Application deadlineSeptember 15, 2022

Reconnecting Communities Pilot Program

It is the first-ever Federal program dedicated to reconnecting communities that were previously cut off from economic opportunities by transportation infrastructure. Funding supports planning grants and capital construction grants, as well as technical assistance, to restore community connectivity through the removal, retrofit, mitigation, or replacement of eligible transportation infrastructure facilities.

Funding limits

  • Planning Grants: $100,000 to $2 million

  • Capital Construction Grants: $5 million to $100 million

Eligible entities: a State; a unit of local government; a Federally recognized Tribal government; a MPO; and a non-profit org.

Application deadlineOctober 13, 2022

More informationupcoming webinars (Aug. 4, 22, and 30)