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District 3 

Kenneth Murphy, P.E.
District Engineer
P.O. Box 91750
Albuquerque, NM 87199
Telephone: 505-798-6600
Toll Free: 866-466-8178
Fax: 505-798-6663

Justin Gibson, P.E.
Area Project Manager

NM 14 Study and Rehabilitation

Scope:  The New Mexico Department of Transportation is planning several improvements on NM 14 over the next several years.  These improvements and anticipated funding and construction timeframes are as follows:

  • Pavement Rehabilitation in three phases:
    • Phase 1: Milepost 0 to 2, Anticipated Construction Spring/Summer 2018
    • Phase 2: Milepost 2 to 4, Funding programmed in 2018 and 2019, Anticipated Construction Spring/Summer 2019
    • Phase 3: Milepost 4 to 6, TBD
  • Slope Stabilization for slope on east side on NM 14 between milepost 3.5 and 4.2. TBD 
  • Intersection Evaluation of NM 14 / NM 536 / Frost Rd intersection and development of alternatives for reconstruction. TBD

Project Sponsor: NMDOT

Comments or questions may be sent to the following addresses:

Attn: NM 14
6100 Uptown Blvd. NE, Suite 700
Albuquerque NM 87110
(505) 878-6554
Email: Paul.Steffin@wsp.com

7500 Pan American Freeway NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
(505) 798-6750
Email: Leslie.Fortier@state.nm.us

NM 6 Bridge Replacement over the Rio Grande

Scope: The overall project area is on NM6/Main Street between milepost 35.21(Carson Drive intersection) and milepost 35.80 (Edeal Road Intersection) with a total project length of 0.59 miles and a structure length of 966 feet. The existing bridge is the only Rio Grande river crossing in Los Lunas, and is one of only two primary river crossings in Valencia County.

Anticipated Start Date:  Design- Spring 2017
Anticipated Start Date:  Construction 2019-2020 (Tentative)

Project Sponsor: NMDOT

Comments and/or questions specific to the study may be sent to the address below until May 12, 2017:

WSP/Parsons Brinkerhoff
Attn: NM 6 Bridge Project 

6100 Uptown Blvd. NE, Suite 700
Albuquerque, NM 87110

Phone: (505) 878-6581
Email: fredinejl@pbworld.com 

Interstate 25 and Interstate 40 Bridge Rehabilitation Project

Scope: The NMDOT is rehabilitating I-25 and  I-40 Bridges in the Albuquerque Metro Area. Rehabilitation will be deck repairs and epoxy overlays. Bridges include:

  • I-40 westbound  ramp bridge to I-25 Southbound Bridge over northbound frontage road
  • I-25 bridges over Lomas Blvd.
  • I-25 bridges over Mountain Road
  • I-25 southbound bridge over Central Ave.
  • I-40 bridges over northbound frontage roads

Construction rehabilitation will be weekends during summer 2017.

Approximate Cost: $812,812
Anticipated Start Date: June 2017
Expected Completion Date: November 2017

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT Jeremy Maestas, Project Manager (505) 798-6674 jeremy.maestas@state.nm.us


The Truesdell Corporation
1310 West 23rd Street, Tempe, AZ 85282
(602) 437-1711

Interstate 25 at Rio Bravo Interchange Project

Scope: The NMDOT is reconstructing the I-25 and Rio Bravo Interchange and the Rio Bravo roadway corridor from University to the AMAFCA channel. Improvements will include a new intersection layout at I-25/Rio Bravo and new roadway pavement and features within the right-of-way infrastructure including Multi-modal improvements.

Approximate Cost: TBD
Anticipated Start Date: TBD Project Bidding March 2017
Expected Completion Date: TBD

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT Emiliano Martinez, Project Manager (505) 798-6699 emiliano.martinez@state.nm.us

To be determined.

I-25 South corridor study

The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is conducting an engineering study for the South I-25 Corridor from the NM 47/Broadway Interchange to the I-40/I-25 Interchange.

Project Purpose:

The objective of the study is to identify transportation needs in the corridor and to develop a priority plan that will enable the NMDOT to program funds for both near and long term projects.

Public Meetings:

The team offers the public updates on the status of the study and the findings of the detailed analysis at public meetings. The team seeks comments from the public as part of the evaluation of the alternatives prior to deciding on a preferred improvement alternative for the corridor.

If you have questions about the study please contact:

• Priscilla Benavides P.E., NMDOT Central Region Design Manager at (505) 798-6720 Priscilla.Benavides@state.nm.us

Or comments and/or questions specific to this study may be sent to:

Attn: South I-25 Corridor Study

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
6100 Uptown Boulevard NE, Suite 700
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Or email your comments to: wagnercs@pbworld.com.

To request Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodations for public meetings, please contact Cheryl Wagner with Parsons Brinckerhoff at least two days prior. See meeting schedule in ‘documents’ section.