Active Projects & Public Involvement Opportunities

The NMDOT works on hundreds of projects across the state.  The interactive mapping application below contains information about projects that are in various stages of development, including the study scoping, design, and construction phases.  By selecting a project in the directory or by location on the map, you can learn more details about a project underway in your community.

The NMDOT offers many opportunities for citizens to learn about and to share comments on transportation projects and issues. For details on a particular meeting, please contact the NMDOT District Office nearest the location or visit the Public Involvement Calendar.

The Department of Transportation is soliciting applications for Planning Funds to be used along the I-10 and I-40 corridors. Click here for more info!

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Interactive Active Projects Map

Study and Design Phase Projects

Blue icons on the map indicate the projects in the Study and Design Phase.

Construction Phase Projects

Orange icons on the map indicate the projects in the Construction Phase.

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Highlighted Projects and Programs

image of I-40 and frontage road
Status: Study & Design

I-40 Corridor Study (CN 6101580) – A study on I-40 from AZ state line to the Atrisco Vista Interchange in Albuquerque, NM.  The study team will 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.

US 380 approaching I-25
Status: Study & Design

I-25 San Antonio Interchange Study (CN 1102060) – The NMDOT is conducting a study on the I-25 Interchange at US 380 located 0.5 miles west of San Antonio, NM between mileposts 139 and 140.

image of US 60 roadway
Status: Study & Design

US 60 Alignment Study Ft. Sumner to Clovis (CN 2104660) – A study on US 60 between Ft. Sumner and Clovis will examine needed improvements, including upgrading the existing roadway with passing lanes and other safety enhancements, Americans with Disability Act facilities, drainage improvements, roadway lighting, and signals.

BNSF RR xing at NM 109
Status: Study & Design

US 180 Phase AB Study, Bayard to Deming (CN 1101840) – A corridor study was recently completed that considered roadway improvements to US 180 between Bayard and Deming. The recommended alternative involves construction of a four-lane roadway for the entire corridor from Bayard to Deming.

BNSF RR xing at NM 109
Status: Study & Design

NM 583 Alignment Study (CN 5101470) – A study for NM 583 (S. McCurdy Rd) in Española is underway.  The study team is documenting existing conditions and developing potential alternatives for road improvements.

Status: Study & Design

NM 14 (Cerrillos Rd) Study (CN S100680) – The purpose of the study is to address deficiencies by improving traffic operations and safety, updating the corridor to meet current design standards, and enhancing ADA accommodations and multi-modal accessibility.

Rio Bravo Bridge at Rio Grande
Status: Study & Design

NM 500 Rio Bravo Blvd (STIP No. A301000) – The project will involve the replacement of the east- and west-bound bridges on NM 500 (Rio Bravo Blvd) spanning the Rio Grande.

NM31-128 site photo
Status: Study & Design

NM 31-128 Design Build Study (STIP No. 2104330)- A study is underway to identify improvement alternatives and create a priority phased implementation plan.

NM 264 Road Profile
Status: Study & Design

NM 264 Alignment Study (STIP No. 6101220) – A study is being conducted for NM 264 between mileposts 0 and 16. The purpose is to document existing conditions and develop highway improvement alternatives for the corridor.

I-25 near Bobby Foster Road
Status: Study & Design

I-25 Mesa del Sol/Bobby Foster Interchange Study (CN A302360) – A study is underway for I-25 between the Rio Grande Bridges and Sunport Boulevard on the south side of Albuquerque. The goal is to identify, evaluate, and determine overall future improvements needed for the I-25 corridor in this section of the interstate.

Frost Road Intersection in San Antonito
Status: Study & Design

NM 14, NM 536, & Frost Road Intersection Reconstruction (STIP No. A301442) – This project will entail reconstruction of the NM 14, NM 536, and Frost Road intersection. The roundabout will include green stormwater infrastructure, addition of multi-modal facilities, and continuous traffic flow.

NM 264 Road Profile
Status: Study & Design

NM 118 Study from Defiance Draw to Rehoboth Dr. (STIP No. 61014000) – A study is being conducted for NM 118 between mileposts 11 and 27. The purpose is to document existing conditions and develop improvement alternatives for the corridor.

BNSF RR xing at NM 109
Status: Study & Design

NM 109 Jarales RR Grade Separation (CN A302220) – This project involves replacement of an existing at-grade railroad crossing in Belen at the intersection of NM 109 (Jarales Road), and the BNSF tracks east of BNSF’s Belen railyard.

Frost Road Intersection in San Antonito
Status: Study & Design

NM 118 Safety Improvements (STIP No. 6101290) – The purpose of this project is to improve driver safety and enhance access to local businesses and facilities. The need is based on insufficient shoulders, turn lanes, the lack of intersection lighting, and limited visibility at the Sundance Road/NM 118 intersection.

A photo of a semi on its side
Status: Special Project

Dust Storm Mitigation – NMDOT Environmental, with support from the Federal Highway Administration, is currently working to mitigate point sources of dust in southwest New Mexico affecting operations on I-10 and U.S. 180.

Rams and truck
Status: Special Project

NM Wildlife Corridors Action PlanNew Mexico took an important step to ensure that wildlife species and the connectivity of their habitats are best protected with the passage of the 2019 NM Wildlife Corridors Act. The NM Wildlife Corridors Action Plan was developed jointly by the NMDOT, the NMDGF, and a research team.