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Last updated: 11/25/2019

FFY2020
Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) Non-Mandatory
Awarded Projects

General Public Vanpool and Rideshare Services – NMDOT

  • NMDOT Vanpool and Rideshare Services providing vanpool and rideshare services in any an all service areas located in Farmington, Las Cruces, Los Lunas and/or Santa Fe
    • 2021: Total programmed: 648,000
    •  Lead Agency: Transit/Rail Division
  • NCRTD – 5307 for the operation and capital funding related to NCRTD routes 255 and 260
    •  2020-2023 and prior: Total programmed:   $1,265,328

S100630 Arroyo Hondo Segment II 

  • For the construction of new bicycle and pedestrian facilities, 1.2 miles of the Arroyo Hondo trail
  • 2021: Total Programmed $1,437,046
    • $1,227,812/$209,234 Federal dollars/ Local funds  

S100640  Arroyo Hondo Segment III 

  •  For the construction of new bicycle and pedestrian facilities, 1.5 miles engineering for connection to Richards Ave. 
  • 2020 & 2022: Total Programmed $1,721,870
    •  $1,471,165/ $250,705  Federal dollars/ Local funds  

FFY2020-21 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) Non-Mandatory – Call for Projects

Application Schedule Summary

  • Wednesday, August 15th, 2018 – Release of Call for Projects/Applications
  • Tuesday September 18, 2018 – Deadline to Submit Project Feasibility Form Electronically to the
    Santa Fe MPO at [email protected] (5:00PM)
  • Monday October 15th, – Friday September 19, 2018 – Technical Review & Support of submitted
    PFFs with MPO & NMDOT staff – Meeting will be set up and scheduled by the MPO.
  • Friday November 30th, 2018 – Deadline for Agencies to Submit CMAQ Non-Mandatory Project
    Application Electronically to the Santa Fe MPO at [email protected] (5:00PM)
  • December 30, 2018 – Deadline for the Santa Fe MPO to Submit CMAQ Non-Mandatory Project Applications to the NMDOT CMAQ Non-Mandatory Coordinator (5:00PM)

MPO Staff Contact
Leah yngve
MPO Transportation Planner

[email protected]
505-955-6614

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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.