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Looming shadows of the Original Way to Get Around By Weston Keller

2nd Place: “Looming Shadows of the Original Way to get Around” by W. Keller        

Upcoming Committee Meetings

This page includes all agenda item details for review by the TCC, TPB, and the public.

agendas, Meeting Items, zoom links, faqs, and more

These meetings are open to the public. We hope to see you there (virtually).
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NEW TRAILS MAP!

This useful map shows trail by type, parking areas, and a whole lot more. It's essential for anyone who plans to go outside in the Santa Fe area
check it out!

Newsletter

We are happy to announce our first newsletter

See the Newsletter

which includes a free children's activity book and information about trail use in the past year, in addition to other important information.
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Reserve your seat on the Blue Bus to SNOW!

Ride the bus to the Santa Fe Ski Hill, It's Free!

Reserve your seat to ride!

Seating is limited to 4 passengers. Face mask mandatory. 505-629-4725 x 2 to book.

What are you looking for?

Review our essential programming and policy documents.

Learn about our Metropolitan Transportation Plan and other Master Plans.

Explore maps showing traffic locations and volumes in our region.

See the Transportation Improvement Program with projects to be funded in the near-term.

View members, agendas and minutes of the Santa Fe MPO Policy Board and Technical Coordinating Committee.

View trail closures and notices & View the Santa Fe Bikeways and Trail Map or order a printed copy.

View and comment on existing and proposed bicycle facility improvements.

Explore the MPO planning process and Santa Fe’s transportation history using interactive maps.

Browse the list of transportation and transit links for our region.

View the MPO’s required transportation performance measures.

Featured News & Content

Santa Fe Bike and Trail Map

View the Santa Fe Bikeways and Trail Map or order a printed copy

Watch the Vox video ‘Road diets: designing a safer street’ and learn how reconfiguring lanes helps calm traffic

See ADT healthcare’s infographic on the impact of drugs on driving and know the facts

The city is updating the rail Trail

The Rail Trail Extension Project from Alta Vista Street to Pen Road completes the City’s non-motorized trail that extends five miles from Rabbit Road north to the Rail Yard. This segment is a critical link to the Rail Runner and transit facilities at the South Capital Station. Construction is expected to extend through the summer of 2020 and possibly into the fall.
Rail Trail!

The City to add Bike lanes on Old Santa Fe Trail

The widening of Old Santa Fe Trail to add bicycle lanes from Sun Mountain Road to El Gancho Way was included in the Phase A prioritization project list for on-road bikeway improvements in the 2012 Santa Fe Metropolitan Bicycle Master Plan. This project is the second phase and will complete the remaining portion from East Zia Road south to the City limits. Construction is planned through July 2020.
Bike Lanes!
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After mapping, projects can be prioritized for funding and implementation. The highest priority projects will be accessible for review with member governments so they can be included into the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). . Based on concentrations of high priority projects, high priority pedestrian improvement zones can be designated to complete improvements by geographic area.