Reports & Resources
- 2015 Mid-Region RTPO Public Participation Plan (PDF)
- Jemez Valley Corridor Assessment (PDF)
- Mid-Region Rural Long Range Transportation Plan, 2007 (PDF)
- MRRTPO Regional Transportation Plan, 2015 (PDF)
- Sandoval County Traffic Crash Data Summary Table (PDF)
- Southern Santa Fe County Traffic Crash Data Summary Table (PDF)
- Torrance County Traffic Crash Data Summary Table (PDF)
- Valencia County Mobility Plan Update (PDF)
- Valencia County Traffic Crash Data Summary Table (PDF)
Resources for Local Communities
There are a number of resources that local communities can use as they identify their communities' needs and ways to address those needs, search for funding for projects, or navigate the grant and project development process.
- The Difference between MRRTPO, MRMPO and MRCOG - The Mid-Region Council of Governments (MRCOG) is an organization with several different departments and is governed by the MRCOG Board of Directors. The NM Department of Transportation contracts with MRCOG to provide transportation planning services to the non-metropolitan portion of the MRCOG region. This is the Mid-Region Rural Transportation Planning Organization, or RTPO. MRCOG is the federally designated metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for the Albuquerque Metropolitan Planning Area, so the Mid-Region MPO is another department of MRCOG, as is the Rio Metro Regional Transit District (RMRTD), which has a separate board, the RMRTD Board of Directors.
- Dues - There are no dues required to join the Mid-Region RTPO.
- Land Use / Zoning - The Mid-Region RTPO does not have authority over land use, zoning, or comprehensive plans. The Mid-Region RTPO and MRCOG assist local jurisdictions in these activities upon request. A cost arrangement may be required depending on the extent of the assistance.
- Matching Funds for Projects - A jurisdiction needs to provide matching funds for transportation projects (if required by the program) if that jurisdiction applies for and receives federal funds.