The New Mexico Department of Transportation is conducting an open house to collect input on the preferred alternative design for roadway and drainage improvements for the University Ave Corridor Study. The Study evaluated the transportation needs to enhance the existing two-lane roadway from Avenida de Mesilla to S. Main Street. The corridor is highly used by pedestrians and bicycles with access to Zia Middle School, local neighborhoods and as a gateway to connect to the Town of Mesilla, City of Las Cruces and New Mexico State University.
7500 Jefferson St. NE
Albuquerque, NM 877109
The New Mexico Department of Transportation is conducting its first virtual public involvement meeting on the NM 213 Phase A/B Study and would like to invite you to attend and provide input. The Study evaluates the NM 213 and NM 404 intersection, will include recommendations for improvements to the existing roadway facilities and construction of the new roadway. The purposed project will also support the expected increase in economic development opportunities south of NM 213. The purpose of this meeting is to share more information about the project, review the project's existing conditions, explain how to provide input to the project team and descride the next steps.
Submit Comments or Questions:
Mail to: Attention:NM 213 Project Team
Bohannan Huston, INc.
7500 Jefferson Street NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Public Involvment Meeting
Tuesday December 8, 2020
5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Register for the zoom link at: https://project.bhinc.com/NM213-meeting
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) is conducting an engineering and environmental study that will consider roadway improvements to a 38-mile section of US 180 located generally between the communities of Bayard and Deming. The study purpose, public survey results, and alternatives considered, as well as an opportunity to provide comments on the alternatives developed.
To learn more about this project:
· Visit the project website at http://www.engage-parametrix.com/us180.
The recording of the US 180 Public Meeting is now uploaded and available.
Contact Arthur J. (“A.J.”) Romero at 575.202.3340 or email@example.com with any questions.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) along with Mountain States Construction, Inc. (Contractor) will begin a pavement preservation project on I-10 from milepost 44 working eastbound to milepost 55 (Quincy). Traffic can expect various daytime lane closures as well as overnight lane closures as needed. Contractor’s hours of operation will be from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday. Construction is expected to begin spring 2021.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation is committed to the safety of the traveling public and thanks you for your cooperation during this work. For updated information go to: New Mexico Department of Transportation at www.nmroads.com or call 511.
NMDOT - District One
Jose R Martinez, Project Manager
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) District One will begin a large, dual bridge replacement project on NM 152.
The Federal Highway Administration ‐ Central Federal Lands Highway Division (FHWA‐CFLHD) in coordination with the NMDOT, will begin preliminary roadwork on the replacement of two existing bridges on NM 152 between Hillsboro and Kingston. The bridges are located five and seven miles west of Hillsboro within Sierra County. NM 152 is a major collector that connects Interstate 25 to US 180. The route traverses the Gila National Forest.
Implementation of the project will address the structural and functional inadequacy of the two existing bridges, which have condition ratings of “poor” or less. The project will also increase safety by replacing single‐lane bridges with two‐lane bridges, thereby providing more reliable emergency and maintenance vehicle access, in comparison to the current bridges which are restricted by width and height limitations.
Contractor will work Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. The contractor has begun constructing detours on NM 152. Slow down and use caution in the area. Watch for shoulder work and large trucks turning on the roadway.
Location: Sierra County
The New Mexico Department of Transportation, in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration, is in the project design phase and is receiveing input from the public. Proposed improvements include new intersection configurations along Date Street (at the intersections with NM 181, New School Rd., and Smith Ave.) to improve safety and create a multimodal transportation facility addressing speeding and sight distance concerns, providing connectivity for pedestrians and bicyclists, and upgrading drainage facilities. Your attendance and input is important to helping the team finalize the project design. All interested parties are invited to attend.
SWCA Enviromental Consultants
5647 Jefferson Street NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kimo Constructors, Inc. (Contractor) will be finalizing bridge replacement and roadway reconstruction on NM 146 “Hatchita Bridge” at I-10 milepost 49. All lanes are now open. Contractor’s hours of operation will be from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday; lane closures and traffic control shall remain in place 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
NMDOT Project Manager:
Jose R Martinez, Project Manager
Contractor: Kimo Constructors, Inc
Project Cost: $5.7 Million
FNF Construction, Inc. (Contractor) has begun the replacement of Bridges located in Arrey and Caballo. Expect shoulder work operations for detour placement at milepost 31. This project has 6 structures that will get replaced, three of them bridges (Trujillo Canyon MP 17.1, Seco Creek MP 26.6, and King Canyon MP 30.8) additionally three others are concrete box replacements at milepost 19.52, 22.24 & 22.76. As demolition gets closer detours will be put in place onto I-25 from EXIT 59 (Caballo) to EXIT 63 (Hillsboro) and where it allows a shoo-fly style detour around the structure. Box replacement has begun at milepost 22.2. Traffic will need to utilize I-25 exit 63 and 59 to access locations on NM 187 for both sides of the bridge. A shoo-fly diversion is in place at King Canyon (MP 30.8), Seco Creek (MP 26.6) as well as Trujillo Canyon (MP 17.1). Contractor’s hours of operation will be from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday.
Gabriel Garcia NMDOT (575) 740-3427
FNF Construction, Inc.
AUI, Inc. (Contractor) has begun roadwork on the replacement of the NM 404 Bridge over I-10 at milepost 162, Anthony exit. Detours for I-10 EB exit/entrance ramps at the Anthony exit are now in operation, so motorists should be on alert for the new traffic pattern at the intersection with NM 404. Traffic should expect lane closures on I-10 eastbound and westbound. Hours of operation will be from 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Traffic control will remain in place 24/7.
Andrew Gonzales NMDOT (575)202-5932
Contractor: AUI, Inc.
Cost: $18 Million
New Mexico Department of Transportation along with La Calerita Constructionhave begun construction on I-25 and University Ave. The project consist of work on Interstate 25, University Avenue, and both North/South Triviz Drive. The proposed improvements are intended to address potential deficiencies associated with the aging University Avenue bridge over I-25, capacity on the I-25 Southbound off ramp, congestion and weaving between the I-25/University Interchange and the University/Triviz Drive intersection, as well as safety, system connectivity, and changes due to economic development in the surrounding area. For more information regarding this project please follow the project website link below.
La Calerita Construction, LLC
Las Cruces, NM