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Most months, the MPO meets with the Transportation Policy Board and Technical Coordinating Commitees.

These meetings are always open to the public!

And your input is always welcome.
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The SFMPO is in process of updating this website, check back here soon for links and news related to our plans like the MTP, the PPP, the TMP, the BMP, and the CHP. Hmm, maybe this is too many acronyms?

We don’t live for Bike month, but we love it so…Plaza Shadows 1rst place winner of the 2020 MPO Santa Fe Youth Photo Contest Plaza Shadows 

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 2018 Santa Fe Bikeways and Trail Map or order a printed copy of the 2021 map. The 2021 digital copy is coming soon!

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

The prioritization of transportation projects continues to be a focus for the MPO. This document illustrates how the River Trail, and the Acequia Trails could serve many in this community.

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

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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.