Last updated: 05/14/2019
The purpose of the St. Francis Drive Corridor Study is to increase the mobility for non-vehicular modes of transportation to cross or travel the corridor, mitigate the effects of increased vehicular traffic, and provide multi-modal connectivity. The recommended alternatives will seek to promote transportation options compatible with the long range planning goals of local and regional governments, respect the interests if adjacent properties/neighborhoods/businesses, as well as maintain the quality of life established by the surrounding urban environment.
Table of Contents & Executive Summary[0.5MB in Size]
SECTION I-III [0.7MB in Size]
II. Agency Coordination and Public Involvement
III. Purpose and Need
SECTION IV-VI [0.07MB in Size]
IV. Traffic Forecasts and System Analysis
V. Description of Alternatives
VI. Engineering and Environmental Evaluation – No Build
SECTION VII [2.5MB in Size]
VII. Engineering and Environmental Evaluation – Trail Connectivity
SECTION VIII[4.2MB in Size]
VIII. Engineering and Environmental Evaluation – Intersection Improvements – Southern
SECTION IX-X [3.6MB in Size]
IX. Engineering and Environmental Evaluation – Intersection Improvements – Central
X. Engineering and Environmental Evaluation – Intersection Improvements – Northern
SECTION XI-XV [1.6MB in Size]
XI. Engineering and Environmental Evaluation – Transportation Management Systems
XII. Engineering and Environmental Evaluation – Access Control
XIII. Engineering and Environmental Evaluation – Enhanced Transit
XIV. Engineering and Environmental Evaluation – Complete Streets Concepts
APPENDIX A[9.9MB in Size]
I-25 & NM599 Corridor Studies Executive Summaries
APPENDIX B[1.9MB in Size]
Public Involvement Summary
APPENDIX C [0.07MB in Size]
Preliminary Cost Estimates
APPENDIX D [5.6MB in Size]
Listing of Improvements
The Draft Phase A Report is available electronically for review HERE.
A Public Information Meeting was held on Wednesday September 16th @ 5:30PM to present the recommendations from the Phase A Report. Click HERE for the Meeting Invitation.
If you would like to submit comments on this Study you can do so electronically using a this fillable FORM or by submitting written comments by mail to: Denise Weston, Parametrix Consulting, 8901 Adams St, NE, Suite D, Albuquerque, NM 875113.
For more information, contact Albert Thomas with Bohannan-Huston at 505-823-1000 or David Quintana with the New Mexico Department of Transportation at (505) 827-1635 or visit the NMDOT St. Francis Drive Website.
The recommendations from this Study will be used in the development of the Update to the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP). Click HERE for more details on this process.
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.