The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) is conducting a highway corridor study on I-40 from the Arizona State Line to the Atrisco Vista Interchange in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The study covers 150-miles of I-40 and adjacent frontage roads and alternate routes located from milepost 0.0 to 150.0. The purpose of the I-40 Corridor Study is to identify corridor needs, develop and evaluate alternatives, and create a long-term improvement plan to address operations and safety for this section of I-40. The study includes:
- Data collection and analysis to understand where and why improvements are needed and what factors and existing conditions are contributing to safety and operational challenges.
- Developing and evaluating alternatives to meet corridor needs and future traffic demands.
- Developing a highway improvement plan to prioritize improvements and streamline project planning, design, and construction.
How can I be involved in the project?
Three virtual public meetings will be planned throughout the study to present project information and obtain feedback from the public in the timeframes listed below:
- Public Meeting 1: Tuesday, November 15, 2022 at 6:30 pm
- Public Meeting 2: Winter/Spring 2023
- Public Meeting 3: Summer/Fall 2023
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View the November 15, 2022 Public Meeting
- View the public meeting.
- View the presentation slides.
- View the public meeting notes.
- View the public comments and responses.
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