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District 5

Miguel Gabaldon, P.E.
District Engineer

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


Upcoming Proposed Projects:

NM 599 & Jaguar Drive Interchange

Scope:  The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) and the City of Santa Fe, in partnership with CC at 599 INC. propose to build a new connector interchange on NM 599 & Jaguar Drive including on and off ramps, cross road, curb and gutter, roadway lighting.  The purpose of the proposed interchange will improve corridor safety, increase corridor capacity, and regional mobility.

Estimated Project Cost: $ 5.7 Million Funded by CC at 599, Inc.
Anticipated Start Date:  Summer / Fall of 2013

Project Sponsor: 
NMDOT
David Quintana PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice 505-995-7785 Email: david.quintana@state.nm.us

Project Documents:

 


I-25 Canoncito Interchange Study:

Scope: The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) proposes to improved the I25 Canoncito Interchange  by re-building the existing under pass, improve the horizontal and vertical clearance of the underpass to meet NMDOT standards, improve ramps, improve erosion issues and minimize downstream erosion.
Estimated Project Cost: $7-10 Million
Anticipated Start Date: Winter 2013 / 2014

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT
Ricardo Roybal, PE, Project Development Engineer
Voice 505-827-9852 Email: Ricardo.roybal@state.nm.us

Project Documents:

Public Meeting: June 5, 2013 Announcement| March 7, 2012 Presentation (7.13MB PDF) | Comment Form
October 11, 2011 Presentation (2.03 MB PDF) | Handouts (1.65 MB PDF) | Comment Form


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
David Quintana, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7785 Email: david.quintana@state.nm.us

Project Documents: 


I-25 NM14 (Cerrillos Road) Interchange Study

Scope: The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to improve the I25 Interchange.  NMDOT has contracted with Molzen Curbin to study interchange alternatives for I25 in order to improve ramp geometry and bridge structure.

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

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT
David Quintana, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7785 Email: david.quintana@state.nm.us

Public Meeting:
November 16, 2011  


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
David Quintana, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7785 Email: david.quintana@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
David Quintana, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice 505-995-7785 Email: david.quintana@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
David Quintana, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice 505-995-7785 Email: david.quintana@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
David Quintana, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7785 Email: david.quintana@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
David Quintana, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice: 505-995-7785 Email: david.quintana@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
David Quintana, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice 505-995-7785 Email: david.quintana@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

David Quintana, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice 505-995-7785 Email: david.quintana@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

David Quintana, PE, Technical Support Engineer
Voice 505-995-7785 Email: david.quintana@state.nm.us

Project Documents:

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


Active Projects:

US 64 Roadway Reconstruction - within the Bloomfield city limits
Scope: Roadway reconstruction of US 64 for two miles just outside the city of Bloomfield. Work will be from mile post 60-62. The project will widen US 64 from four to six lanes. Medians will be installed along US 64 for access control, a major storm drain system will be installed.  Motorists can expect periodic lane closures.

Project Sponsor: 
NMDOT

Project Manager:  Herman Patterson
Voice: (505) 632-2291 Email: Herman.Patterson@state.nm.us

Contractor:
Mountain States Constructors, Inc.

3601 Pan American Suite 111, Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 292-0108

Project Start Date: January 29, 2014
Project Cost: 11.5 Million
Location: San Juan County
Anticpated Completion:  Summer of 2015


NM 516 City of Aztec – Roadway Reconstruction & Intersection Improvement

Scope:  Intersection improvements of NM 516 & NM 574 (Light Plant Road), new signalization, new storm drain and inlet structures, new sidewalks and roadway reconstruction at the intersection.  This project is located within San Juan County. The project will widen the corner turning radii at the intersection, provide pedestrian cross walks and improve safety. The City of Aztec will replace and install a new waterline.  One lane of traffic in each direction will be maintained at all times with a minimum 11-foot driving lane and 17 foot height restriction.  The access to businesses and city streets will remain open at all times.  Project will be partially suspended for the winter months in mid-November.  During this time, all lanes will be opened to the public with the exception of the utility construction work that will require minor traffic impacts.  Project will resume full construction in spring of 2014, weather permitting. 

Project Start Date:  September 3, 2013
Project Cost: $1.1 million
Location:  San Juan
Anticipated Completion:  Summer of 2014

Project Sponsor:

NMDOT Project Manager:
Herman Patterson
Voice: 505-632-2290
Email: Herman.Patterson@state.nm.us
Contractor:
AUI, Inc.
P.O. Box 9825
Albuquerque. NM 87119
(505) 242-4848 


US 84/285 Pojoaque Interchange

Scope:  New grade separation interchange on US 84/285, new bridge construction including new on and off ramps, new roadway lighting and new roadway reconstruction for .72 miles within Santa Fe County just north of Pojoaque. Work will be from mile post 182.495-183.215. Two lanes of traffic in each direction will be maintained at all times with reduced speed signing posted within the work zone. 

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT

Project Manager:  Duane Garcia
(505) 455-9026


Contractor:
AUI, Inc.

P.O. Box 9825
Albuquerque, NM 87119
(505) 242-4848

Project Start Date: November 9, 2012
Project Cost: 7.5 Million
Location: Santa Fe


US 64 Roadway Reconstruction- City of Bloomfield
Scope: Roadway reconstruction of US 64 for two miles within the City of Bloomfield. Work will be from mile post 62-64. The project will widen US 64 from four to six lanes. Medians will be installed along US 64 for access control, a major storm drain system will be installed. Motorists can expect periodic lane closures.

Project Sponsor:
NMDOT

Project Manager:  Herman Patterson
Voice: (505) 632-2291 Email: Herman.Patterson@state.nm.us
Contractor:
Sterling Brothers Construction Inc.

P.O. Box 1119, Aztec, NM 87410
(505) 334-7523

Project Start Date: December 17, 2010
Project Cost: 14.5 Million
Location: San Juan County
Anticipated Completion:  Summer of 2014


I-25 St. Francis Drive Bridge Rehabilitation
Scope:  Bridge Rehabilitation of four main bridges on I25 and one bridge off of St. Francis Drive located in Santa Fe. The work will consist of the replacement of concrete decks, repairing of the abutments, piers and wingwalls, building of new approach slabs and roadway rehabilitation consisting of cold milling with an overlay.

Project Engineer:
Habib Abi-Khalil (505) 832-6098
Contractor:
El Terrero Construction, LLC

4824 Huron Drive N.E.
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
(505) 896-3864

Project Start Date:  April 1, 2012
Project Cost: $6.2 Million
Location: Santa Fe

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