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District 5

Paul Brasher, P.E.
Acting District Engineer

Box 4127, Coronado
Santa Fe, NM 87502-4127
Telephone: 505-995-7700
Toll Free: 800-388-6630
E-Mail


Upcoming Proposed Projects:

US 64 between Farmington & Bloomfield in San Juan County, New Mexico, Phase 5 CN F100113:

Scope: The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to improve US 64, Phase 5 between Farmington and Bloomfield.  This project is the last of a series of projects between Farmington and Bloomfield that are intended to improve regional mobility in a safe and efficient manner while addressing corridor access issues. The proposed improvements currently include full road reconstruction, addition of an east bound and a west bound lane, raised medians, access management, right and left turn bays, drainage structure extensions, and a new signal for Andrea Drive.  

Estimated Project Cost: TBD
Anticipated Start Date:  TBD

Project Sponsor:

NMDOT

Travis Johnson, North Region Design Project Development Engineer
Voice: 505-490-7710  
Email: Travis.Johnson@state.nm.us

Project Documents:

Public Meeting Notice, June 2017


US 64 & NM 68 La Posta to Camino de La Placita Phase 1 Study:
Scope: The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to improve US 64 & NM 68 in Taos.  The proposed improvements are located between La Posta Road and Camino de La Placita. This study alternatives will address for physical, operational, and safety improvements along US 64 & NM 68 and La Posta Road and Camino de La Placita including alternatives that would require minor roadway and intersection widening and/or realignment with the addition of traffic signals and/or signal timing improvements.

Estimated Project Cost: TBD
Anticipated Start Date:  TBD

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT
Stephen Lopez, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7786 Email: stephen.lopez@state.nm.us

Project Documents:

Phase 1B Alignment Study Report
Phase A Study 

Traffic Data Appendices
Capacity Analysis Appendices
Warrant Analysis Appendices
Crash DataAppendices
Property Owners Appendices

Public Meeting
Public Meeting December 2016


I-25 Corridor Study (NM 599 – NM 466 Old Pecos Trail)

Scope: The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to improve I25 between the Santa Fe Relief Route (NM599) and Old Pecos Trail (NM 466).  The purpose of the I25 Corridor study is to provide recommendations for the regional transportation network and for improvements to meet the existing and future travel demands for this segment of I25.
Estimated Project Cost: TBD
Anticipated Start Date:  TBD

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT

Stephen Lopez, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7786 Email: stephen.lopez@state.nm.us

Project Documents: 


US 64 & NM 68 Taos Congestion Relief Project Study:
Scope: The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to improve US 64 & NM 68 in Taos.  The Taos Congestion Relief project study proposes to reduce traffic congestion in and around the Town of Taos, improve the safety of existing facilities and consider opportunities to improve the east-west road network, improve emergency access routes and alternative routes.
Estimated Project Cost: TBD
Anticipated Start Date:  TBD

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT

Stephen Lopez, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7786 Email: stephen.lopez@state.nm.us

Project Documents:


US 84 St. Francis Corridor Study:

Scope:  The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to improve St Francis Corridor through the City of Santa Fe.  The purpose of this project is to improve and provide safer crossover points for pedestrians and bicyclists and increase the capacity to six lanes from San Mateo south to I25.
Estimated Project Cost: TBD
Anticipated Start Date: TBD

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT

Stephen Lopez, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7786 Email: stephen.lopez@state.nm.us

Project Documents:


NM 30 Corridor Study & NM 502 –US 84/285 Alternatives

Scope: The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT), and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to improve NM 30, from the NM 502 Interchange to US 84/285 in Espanola for a total project length of 8.5 miles.  The NM 30 Corridor study proposes to improve and assure that the safety requirements of NM 30 are addressed; that the project is in harmony with the local communities and preserves the environmental , scenic, aesthetic, historic and natural resources of the area.

Estimated Project Cost: 20.4 Million
Anticipated Start Date: Winter 2013-2014

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT

Stephen Lopez, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7786 Email: stephen.lopez@state.nm.us

Project Documents:


NM 41 (US 60 to I-40) Project Study:

Scope: The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT), and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to improve NM 41.  NM 41 extends from the intersection of US 60 near Willard north to the intersection with US 285 near Lamy.  The project study proposes to improve safety and drainage on NM 41 from US 60 to I40.  This corridor is also a designated bicycle route.  This study proposes development of a multi-use trail.

Estimated Project Cost: TBD
Anticipated Start Date: TBD

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT

Stephen Lopez, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7786 Email: stephen.lopez@state.nm.us

Project Documents:


NM 41 (Clark Hill to US 285) Project Study:

Scope: The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT), and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to improve NM 41.  The NM 41 Clark Hill to US 285 project study proposes to correct and improve structural and pavement problems and to make improvements to two historic bridge structures located within the southern portion of Galisteo and to improve safety within the project limits.
Estimated Project Cost: TBD
Anticipated Start Date: TBD

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT

Stephen Lopez, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7786 Email: stephen.lopez@state.nm.us

Project Documents:

Public Meeting: May 3, 2011


I-40 Corridor Study (Sedillo to Moriarty)

Scope: The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to improve I40 Corridor.  The purpose of the project study is to identify potential improvements for I40 between Sedillo, the North Frontage Road between Sedillo and Moriarty, and NM 333 (Old 66) between Sedillo and Moriarty.  The I40 Corridor study proposes to improve Interstate 40 with five service interchanges, two over passes, one underpass, NM 333 (Old US 66), and an intermittent road north of I40.
Estimated Project Cost: TBD
Anticipated Start Date: TBD

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT

Stephen Lopez, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7786 Email: stephen.lopez@state.nm.us

Project Documents: 


NM 68 Safety Study:

Scope:  The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) proposes to improve NM 68 from Velarde to the Horseshoe Curve.  The primary purpose of the study is to identify and prioritize transportation safety and improvements that will address existing roadway and roadside deficiencies in the study area just north of Velarde and extends northerly for approximately 19 miles to the rest area just north of the Horseshoe Curve.

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT

 

Stephen Lopez, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7786 Email: stephen.lopez@state.nm.us

Project Documents:


NM 68 (Espanola to Taos):

Scope:  The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT), and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to improve NM 68 from Espanola to Taos.  The project study is to analyze the existing conditions of NM 68 between Velarde and the Horseshoe Curve.  The scope of the study is to determine any improvements that can be made along NM 68 for the near, medium and long term.  Project prioritization / recommendation list will be established for project scheduling.  The study will also conduct a “high level” analysis of potential alignments to the East and West of the canyon.  The study will be completed in December, 2014.

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT

 

Stephen Lopez, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7786 Email: stephen.lopez@state.nm.us

Project Documents:

Comments can be e-mailed to Mr. Eric Johnson at ejohnson@marroninc.com

 


Active Projects:


I/25 Seton Village MP 286.5, Bridge Rehabilitation (CN S100310)

Scope: The bridge rehabilitation work will consist of lifting the bridge 7” to meet the minimum interstate Federal guidelines.  This will include sandblasting metal beams and railing, re-painting metal beams and railing and rehabilitating the bridge deck with a new epoxy overlay.

Estimated Project Cost: $12-13 Million
Anticipated Start Date: Winter 2014 / 2015

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT
Thomas Griego, Project Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7930

Contractor:
AUI, Inc.
P.O. Box 9825
Albuquerque, NM 87119
(505) 242-4848