The Metropolitan Planning Organization provides transportation planning and federal funding services to the Albuquerque metropolitan area.
Learn about the technical planning assistance MRCOG provides to its member governments via the Regional Planning Program.
The Mid-Region Council of Governments works with regional economic development organizations to promote and facilitate coordination among the numerous entities.
The Mid-Region Council of Governments conducts or collaborates on a number of studies. Browse the studies of MRCOG.
The Workforce Connection of Central New Mexico serves four counties with an office location in each county. We provide quality resources for people exploring career opportunities, and also support local job providers. Priority industries in the region include healthcare, construction, and manufacturing.
Rio Metro Regional Transit District
The Rio Metro Regional Transit District is the primary regional transit provider for Bernalillo, Sandoval and Valencia counties, offering transit service between municipalities and across county lines. Rio Metro manages the New Mexico Rail Runner Express commuter rail and operates and/or funds select bus routes in the three-county area. Rio Metro's services also provide links to other statewide destinations and transportation markets including Santa Fe, Taos, and Socorro. The agency's top priority is providing service that enables customers to access regional destinations, a critical transportation need since tens of thousands of trips occur each day between different towns, cities, Tribal areas, and counties in the service area.