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Technical Coordinating Committee, Policy Board Members,  & members of the public.

This page includes all agenda item details for your review. We will be using this page for easy access to agenda items for upcoming Zoom public meetings.

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Adopt 2 NCRTD documents

The SFMPO recommends that NCRTD's Safety Plan & NCRTD's Cooperative Agreement with the SFMPO be adopted by the TPB

Why are these NCRTD Documents Important?

Both documents are required in order to continue receiving federal funds.

Read the Mtp Executive Summary

MTP Appendices

  • A. Electric Scooter Recommendations
  • B. Public Outreach
  • C. Scenario Planning
  • D. Comprehensive List of Proposed Santa Fe County Projects
  • E. Performance Target Reporting & Strategies


  • What else is on this page?
    • In the following section, the MPO intends to list previous actions made by the TCC or TPB. This will take some time to be completed. 

Previous actions

Tcc Minutes

All posted minutes and agendas by date for the TCC

TPB Minutes

All posted minutes and agendas by date for the TPB

May 2020

  • MTP: The 2020-2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan for the Santa Fe area was adopted by the TPB on May 28, 2020 with TCC support. Minor edits will be made.
  • PPP: The Public Participation Plan was adopted by the TPB on May 28, 2020 with TCC support. 
  • UPWP: The Unified Planning Work Program was adopted by the TPB on May 28,2020 with TCC support. 
  • NCRTD ASP: The NCRTD’s Agency Safety Plan was adopted by the TPB  on May 28, 2020 with TCC support.
  • NCRTD MOU: The Memorandum of Understanding between the MOU and this MPO was adopted by the TPB on May 28, 2020 with support of the TCC. The self certification is forthcoming. 

February 2020

June 2019

  • TIP AMENDMENT 2: Approved by the Transportation Policy Board on February 27, 2020.
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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.