General RTPO Resources

Funding Opportunities + Support

State Transportation Project Funding (TPF) files

NERTPO

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)

SERTPO 

Info: FY 2023 SERTPO TPF Timeline (PDF)

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

*Now Open*  NM 2022 Outdoor Recreation Trails+ grant

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

  • 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

  • Two upcoming trainings, with opportunities to ask questions:

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

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Information

Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) discretionary grant program

Formerly known as TIGER. Recent examples of funded projects include dedicated bus lanes in Baltimore, highway and bridge repair in New Mexico, dock replacements in Alaska, and a rail-to-trail project in Arkansas.

Application deadline: April 14, 2022

More information: 2022 webinar series

American Trails Funding

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

Funding limits$2,000 minimum, $15,000 maximum

Eligible entities: tax-exempt organizations, Federal, State, regional, and local government units, school districts, and tribes.

Application deadlineApril 15, 2022

More informationavailable here

Previous 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