RTPO Committee

Meetings

  • 9:30 a.m.
  • 3rd Thursday of every other month
  • Mid-Region Council of Governments
    809 Copper Avenue NW
    Albuquerque, NM 87102

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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Meeting Summaries

Members

Counties

  • Sandoval County
  • Santa Fe County
  • Torrance County

Tribal Governments

  • Jicarilla Apache Nation
  • Pueblo of Jemez
  • Pueblo of Laguna
  • Pueblo of Zia

Cities / Towns / Villages

  • City of Moriarty
  • Town of Edgewood
  • Town of Estancia
  • Town of Mountainair
  • Village of Cuba
  • Village of Encino
  • Village of Jemez Springs
  • Village of San Ysidro
  • Village of Willard

RTPO Service Area

RTPO Service Area Map

Organizations Eligible to Participate as Non-Voting Members in RTPO Committee Meetings

  • Advisory Members: 
    • BIA Southwest Regional Office
    • BLM Rio Puerco Field Office
    • Federal Highway Administration Santa Fe Office
    • NMDOT District 5, NMDOT District 6
    • NMDOT Planning Division
    • NMDOT Transit Division
    • NM State Land Office
    • National Park Service Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument
    • Rio Metro Regional Transit District
    • Santa Fe National Forest and Sandia Ranger District
    • USFS Cibola Forest
  • Current Associate Members: Estancia Valley Economic Development Association, La Merced de la Pueblo de Manzano, and Step Into Cuba Alliance. 
    • Note: Nonvoting Associate Membership must be approved by the RTPO Committee. Chambers of Commerce, Land Grant Communities, TIDDs, Business and Trade Groups/Associations, Economic Development Groups and Neighborhood Associations in the Mid-Region RTPO area are eligible to participate and should contact RTPO staff for more information.

Overview

The goals of the RTPO are to provide a regional forum for cooperative decision making about transportation issues and to serve as liaison between the local governments and the New Mexico Department of Transportation. The committee provides policy guidance, project priorities, and technical assistance in the development of transportation plans and programs that affect the RTPO area.