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We support free higher education for every New Mexican. Education is the first step for people to gain the knowledge, critical thinking, empowerment and skills they need to make New Mexico a better place. Learn more at
FreeCollegeNM.org
There are 61 airport facilities statewide that provide its citizens and businesses access to critical services. These include air ambulance services, firefighting, agricultural spraying, law enforcement, military training, business travel, air cargo services, pilot training, and tourism. #NMDOTcares #NMAirports #CriticalServices

Hay 61 aeropuertos en todo el estado que proveen a sus ciudadanos y negocios acceso a servicios críticos. Estos incluyen servicios de ambulancia aérea, extinción de incendios, fumigación agrícola, aplicación de la ley, entrenamiento militar, viajes de negocios, servicios de carga aérea, capacitación piloto y turismo. #NMDOTcares #AeropuertosNM #ServiciosCríticos
Do you have an interest in safe passage for the traveling public and wildlife? If so, please register today to attend a live, virtual public meeting to learn about the Wildlife Corridors Action Plan, recently released by the NMDOT and NMDGF. Information about the Plan and how to register for one of the virtual public meetings to be held Feb 1 and 3 can be found at: https://wildlifeactionplan.nmdotprojects.org/ Please check out the Plan, register for a meeting and provide input. Comments are being gathered through the 60-day public comment period that ends March 12. We want to hear from you! @NMDGF
Vaughn Patrol takes care of what’s under the road as well as what’s on top. Recent runoff and collected debris had clogged a culvert in District Two. Mark Madrid, Vaughn Patrol Supervisor explains why cleaning out the culvert is so important and what can happen if the residue is left unattended. #NMDOTcares Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham
UPDATE: I-10 eastbound at milepost 10 is now open, removed from NM Roads. Drive safely. #NMDOTcares
ROAD CLOSURE ADVISORY– Lordsburg Area
I-10 eastbound at milepost 10 all lanes are closed due to a CMV on fire. Law enforcement is on scene, motorists are asked to reduce speed, obey posted signs, and watch for emergency personnel, use extreme caution. Please expect delays, seek an alternate route. #NMDOTcares
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF) has released the Draft Wildlife Corridors Action Plan (Plan) for public review. The Plan can be found at: https://wildlifeactionplan.nmdotprojects.org/ The release of the Plan has started the public comment period that will run until March 12, 2022. Two live, virtual public meetings are scheduled for February 1 and February 3. Please attend a public meeting, review the Plan and provide input! For more information including meeting registration please visit the above website. We want to hear from you regarding safe passage of wildlife and the traveling public! NM Game and Fish
Final image showing the process of Bitumuls paving. It appears
finer aggregate is being spread over Bitumen. #TBT #throwbackthursday
#nmdot
We believe every New Mexican deserves a bright future. That future, which has been only a distant dream for many New Mexicans, is now within reach. We have the chance, right now, to secure this future by providing free higher education to EVERY New Mexican that chooses to reach higher. Learn more at FreeCollegeNM.org.
We need you! Every week the NMDOT highlights job opportunities from various districts statewide. Visit our website weekly at https://www.dot.nm.gov/careers/ to see what opportunities await you and become part of our amazing team! #NMDOTcares #CareerOpportunities

¡Te necesitamos! Cada semana, el NMDOT anuncia las oportunidades de trabajo de varios distritos en todo el estado. Visite nuestro sitio web semanalmente en https://www.dot.nm.gov/careers/ para ver cuales oportunidades lo espera y sea parte de nuestro increíble equipo! #NMDOTcares #Oportunidades
Workers were clearing dirt and debris from along the guard rail underneath the Khe Sanh bridge overpass at Exit 104 on eastbound I-40, recently, before doing some construction work around the guard rail. Please remember to slow down in construction zones. These workers put their lives on the line to keep our roadways safe to travel on. #NMDOTcares #givethemabrake
Road debris has caused more than 200,000 crashes on U.S. roadways since 2011 and continues to be a danger to the traveling public. Don’t tailgate, slowdown as this will give you more time to react to flying objects or anything that may be blocking roadways. #NMDOTcares #RoadwayDebris

Los escombros de la carretera han causado más de 200.000 choques en las carreteras de los Estados Unidos desde 2011 y continúa siendo un peligro para el público que viaja. Tome su distancia, desacelerece, ya que esto le dará más tiempo para reaccionar a objetos o cualquier cosa que esté bloqueando las caminos. #NMDOTcares

The New Mexico Department of Transportation provides a safe and efficient transportation system for

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02/19/2022

State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is inviting the public to comment on future projects. NMDOT strives to keep the public informed and cares about their opinions, so let your voice be heard. The public is always welcome to review the list of proposed projects.
The second Formal Amendment to the 2022-2027 STIP is posted at https://estip.dot.state.nm.us. It is open for public comment until Tuesday March 15, 2022. The NMDOT STIP personnel will take comments via the eSTIP Amendment tab, by project. #NMDOTcares #PublicComment

02/19/2022

We know you care about your children’s safety. So do we. Data shows proper use of car seats decreases the risk of death by 71% for infants and 54% for older children. Join the NMDOT Traffic Safety Division and Safer New Mexico Now for this free public event to educate parents and caregivers.

All participants, including caregivers and technicians, are required to follow CDC and state COVID-Safe protocols, including mask wearing for the duration of the event.
#NMDOTcares #CarSeatSafety #FREEClinic

02/19/2022

State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is inviting the public to comment on future projects. NMDOT strives to keep the public informed and cares about their opinions, so let your voice be heard. The public is always welcome to review the list of proposed projects.
The second Formal Amendment to the 2022-2027 STIP is posted at https://estip.dot.state.nm.us. It is open for public comment until Tuesday March 15, 2022. The NMDOT STIP personnel will take comments via the eSTIP Amendment tab, by project. #NMDOTcares #PublicComment

02/18/2022

We know you care about your children’s safety. So do we. Data shows proper use of car seats decreases the risk of death by 71% for infants and 54% for older children. Join the NMDOT Traffic Safety Division and Safer New Mexico Now for this free public event to educate parents and caregivers.

All participants, including caregivers and technicians, are required to follow CDC and state COVID-Safe protocols, including mask wearing for the duration of the event.
#NMDOTcares #CarSeatSafety #FREEClinic

02/18/2022

Following winter weather NMDOT crews work tirelessly day and night to clear roadways. After Mother Nature's previous storm, crews covered 119,461 lane miles of road to provide safe traveling for the public. #NMDOTcares #Don'tCrowdthePlow #SafeClearRoadways

Después del tiempo invernal, los empleados de NMDOT trabajan incansablemente día y noche para despejar las carreteras. Después de la tormenta anterior de la Madre Naturaleza, los empleados cubrieron 119,461 millas de carretera para proveer un viaje seguro para el público. #NMDOTcares #CarreterasSeguras

02/17/2022

We know you care about your children’s safety. So do we. Data shows proper use of car seats decreases the risk of death by 71% for infants and 54% for older children. Join the NMDOT Traffic Safety Division and Safer New Mexico Now for this free public event to educate parents and caregivers.

All participants, including caregivers and technicians, are required to follow CDC and state COVID-Safe protocols, including mask wearing for the duration of the event.
#NMDOTcares #CarSeatSafety #FREEClinic

Photos from NMDOT's post 02/17/2022

Albuquerque Metro, Rio Rancho, Paseo del Norte and Tramway are reported as snow covered and icy. Please drive with caution and reduce your speed. The NMDOT is out plowing and will continue to monitor roadways. A storm system will move across NM today with colder temperatures, strong winds, snow, and slick travel conditions. The Albuquerque and Santa Fe metro areas are expected to be impacted with accumulating snow this morning. Please watch your speed, allow extra time to get to your destination and give our snow plows room to groom. #NMDOTcares #dontcrowdtheplow #nmwx

02/17/2022

A September, 1959; image of the New Mexico State Highway Transportation Department janitorial crew at the General Office in Santa Fe. #throwbackthursday #tbt

02/16/2022

We know you care about your children’s safety. So do we. Data shows proper use of car seats decreases the risk of death by 71% for infants and 54% for older children. Join the NMDOT Traffic Safety Division and Safer New Mexico Now for this free public event to educate parents and caregivers.

All participants, including caregivers and technicians, are required to follow CDC and state COVID-Safe protocols, including mask wearing for the duration of the event.
#NMDOTcares #CarSeatSafety #FREEClinic

02/16/2022

We’re hiring! Every week the NMDOT highlights job opportunities from various districts statewide. Visit our website weekly at https://www.dot.nm.gov/careers/ to see what opportunities await you and become part of our amazing team! #NMDOTcares #CareerOpportunities

¡Estamos contratando! Cada semana, el NMDOT anuncia las oportunidades de trabajo de varios distritos del estado. Visite https://www.dot.nm.gov/careers/ semanalmente para ver cuales oportunidades lo espera y sea parte de nuestro increíble equipo! #NMDOTcares #Oportunidades

Photos from NMDOT's post 02/16/2022

The first week of February saw a new project start on I-40, between 98th St. and Coors Blvd. on Albuquerque’s west side. The first phase of the project will see shoulder and temporary ramp closures in both directions of the interstate along the construction route. All work is expected to be completed by the fall of 2022. Please remember to drive the posted speed limit in construction zones and to watch for crews. #NMDOTcares #arrivealive #givethemabrake

02/15/2022

As guardrail repairs take place across the state, please be considerate of our workers. Drive extremely cautious when passing through a work zone, slow down, and let’s make sure they get home safe to their families. #NMDOTcares #ReduceYourSpeed

Mientras reparaciones de la barandilla se llevan a cabo en todo el estado, por favor sea atento a nuestros trabajadores. Conduzca con extrema cautela al pasar por una zona de trabajo, reduzca la velocidad y asegurémonos de que llegan a casa a salvo a sus familias. #NMDOTcares #ReduzcaSuVelocidad

02/14/2022

DRIVE SAFELY THIS VALENTINE'S DAY. XOXO, NMDOT #MessageBoardMonday

02/13/2022

As Valentine’s Day approaches District Two reminds motorists to do their part to prevent roadside litter. District highway maintenance team members and Adopt-A-Highway volunteers pick up nearly 700 tons of trash annually. Let’s keep our state clean and beautiful together. #NMDOTcares #NMDOTDistrictTwo

02/13/2022

Do you drive, cycle, or walk on N.M. 118 between Rehoboth and Church Rock? The NMDOT is proposing to improve driver and pedestrian safety in this area, and enhance access to local businesses and facilities. We want to hear from you! Check out our virtual public open house to learn more about the N.M. 118 Safety Project. TO REVIEW INFORMATION ONLINE, VISIT US AT: https://nm118safetyproject.nmdotprojects.org

NMDOT is proposing improvements to N.M. 118 from Rehoboth Drive to N.M. 556 (the turn off to Church Rock). The potential improvements would include reconstruction of the roadway, addition of turn lanes, paved shoulders, street lighting, vegetation management, extension of drainage culverts, and miscellaneous other improvements. We would like to hear from you! Review project information at the public open house link above and email comments to https://nm118safetyproject.nmdotprojects.org. Or, contact Mark Fahey, Project Engineer, Horrocks Engineers, 6001 Indian School Rd NE, Suite 250, Albuquerque NM 87110, 505-250-1847. Please provide feedback by February 28, 2022.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the project and provide your input!

02/12/2022

There is one month left to comment on the Draft Wildlife Corridors Action Plan! The plan can be found at: https://wildlifeactionplan.nmdotprojects.org/ It has been released by the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF) for public review and input and is now halfway through the 60-day public review period that will end March 12, 2022. We want to hear from you regarding safe passage of wildlife and the traveling public! NM Game and Fish

02/11/2022

By providing access to affordable and quality higher education, for as many New Mexicans as possible, we are investing in our common future. Learn more at FreeCollegeNM.org.

02/11/2022

snowplows

NMDOT crews in Quemado are fixing roadway edges on N.M. 36 to address the impact snowplows have on asphalt and make the road level, smoother and easier to navigate. #NMDOTcares Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham Senator Siah Correa Hemphill Representative Gail Armstrong

02/10/2022

: Looking down Central Avenue in Moriarty in this image from October 19, 1927. The vehicle belongs to the “State of NMex Highway Dept.” #throwbackthursday #tbt

02/10/2022

We support free higher education for every New Mexican. Education is the first step for people to gain the knowledge, critical thinking, empowerment and skills they need to make New Mexico a better place. Learn more at FreeCollegeNM.org.

02/09/2022

We’re hiring! Every week the NMDOT highlights job opportunities from various districts statewide. Visit our website weekly at https://www.dot.nm.gov/careers/ to see what opportunities await you and become part of our amazing team! #NMDOTcares #CareerOpportunities

¡Estamos contratando! Cada semana, el NMDOT anuncia las oportunidades de trabajo de varios distritos del estado. Visite https://www.dot.nm.gov/careers/ semanalmente para ver cuales oportunidades lo espera y sea parte de nuestro increíble equipo! #NMDOTcares #Oportunidades

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