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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 public meetings. These are now Held in Person at the Market Station Office.


Virtual participation in meetings officially ended in the spring of 2022. In-person meetings have resumed and are held at Market Station (above REI) in the Round House Room unless otherwise noticed. Public participation and commentary will only be accepted at the meetings by in-person attendees, You are welcome to contact us with your thoughts on this matter.

PLEASE Review the following items & send preliminary comments and questions via the email address below

Staff will provide responses to questions at the bottom of the items section for access to all.

agendas and minutes

TCC agenda
TPB agenda



Review and Ranking of Local Agency 2022 Transportation Project Fund Applications
The NMDOT is soliciting applications from local and tribal governments for the FY23 Transportation Project Fund (TPF)
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  • What else is on this page?
    • In the following section, the MPO intends to list previous actions made by the TCC or TPB. This work is in progress and ongoing. Please visit the committee pages to view agendas and minutes if more information is needed. If anything is missing, we encourage you to contact us!
  • What happens if the MTP fiscally contrained list is amended?
    • The MTP (Metropolitan Transportation Plan) fiscally constrained plan, or fiscally constained list are those those regional roadway projects that are expected to be funded in the next 25 years, along with the priorities for transit, bicycle, and pedestrian travel modes. It is constrained by our reasonable funding projections, and projects not on that list must wait for additional, or unexpected sources of capital in order to be included.
  • Who can submit project applications to the 4 year TIP (FFY 2022-2027)?
  • Where is the I-25 bridge adjusted by 2020 – 2025 TIP amendment #4? 

Previous items

Tcc Minutes

All posted minutes and agendas by date for the TCC

TPB Minutes

All posted minutes and agendas by date for the TPB

Previous actions

June 2022:

  • Originally adopted in April, the TPB adopted a new version of the Unified Planning Work Program or “UPWP” which details MPO collaboration with stakeholders to a finer level. See the self certificate
  • The TPB also approved the Memorandum of Agreement detailing how the SFMPO will work with the NMDOT in all matters. 

May 2022:

  • Meetings resumed in person and will henceforth occur on the approved date and time at the Roundhouse room at Market station above the REI in the railyard unless a new deciscion ensues.
  • The TPB approved TIP Amendment 3: see the self certificate.

April 2022:

  • The Unified Planning Work Program, aka the “UPWP”, was approved. 
  • The final draft of the MPO Complete Streets resolution as updated was approved. 
  • Projects were reviewed and ranked for the Local Agency 2022 Transportation Project Fund Applications

Feb 2022:

  • The TCC reviewed and the TPB adopted the Performance Measures 1: Safety targets for 2022. See the Self Certificate
  • A Complete Street Resolution was discussed, and a draft presented that could be modified and adopted by the city and county separately, or as an MPO resolution.  
  • County Commissioner Hank Hughs is now serving as the TPB Chair, with Councilor Jaimie Cassutt serving as Vice Chair. Brett Clavio will continue to chair the TCC. 

Nov 2021:

 October 2021:

  • The TCC reviewed Amedment 1 to the  FFY 2022-2027 TIP: it was released for 15 day public comment, but no comments were recieved.

August 2021:

April 2021:

  • The TPB Chair and Vice Chair were elected.  Councilor R. Villarreal will serve as the TPB Chair, and Commissioner H. Hughs will act as its Vice Chair

March 2021:

  • The TPB discussed formal Support of “Comments” to be submitted to the Office of Management and Budget/White House Regarding the Federal Register Notice that solicits public comment on the recommendations from the Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Area Standards Review Committee to the Office of Management and Budget concerning changes to the 2010 Standards for Delineating Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas. See the comments.

February 2021:

  • MTP amdendment 2: Inclusion of the Future Roadways Map, was adopted and will be incorporated into the MTP
  • Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Between SFMPO, NCRTD and City of Santa Fe was adopted. Read the self certificate
  • TIP amendment 6 was adopted. This was after much discussion about whether broadband, or cable could be run concurrent to impending improvements on Guadalupe. See the self certificate. 

January 2021:

  • TIP amendment 6 was reviewed and released for public comment 

November 2020:

October 2020:

  • A special meeting was held by the TCC on October 1, 2020 to open for public comment pertaining to the amendment of the MTP to include a project updating pedestrian infrastructure along Bishp’s lodge road. See the MTP page

August 2020:

  • TIP AMENDMENT 4: The TCC reccomended adoption of TIP amendment 4
  • The TPB adopted TIP amendment 4.

July 2020

  • TIP AMENDMENT 4: The TCC reviewed TIP amendment 4 and approved opening it for public comment. 

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. 

February 2020:

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

November 2019

June 2019:

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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.