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

NMDOT FFY 2024 TAP, RTP-Motorized, CRP Call

New Mexico DOT recently announced new calls for three federal funding opportunities managed by NMDOT, to go through the RTPOs and MPOs initially: 

Applications are due through RTPOs and MPOs by March 10, 2023. Each RTPO and MPO will develop their own internal schedules. 

As with most federal funding, a local match is required (14.56% of the total project cost). The lists of eligible project types are included in both guides, along with other project criteria and application guidance. Additional resources may be posted on NMDOT's Active Transportation Program webpage.

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Resources

 

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).​