Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP)

The Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) is essentially a blueprint for identifying future transportation needs and how the region will target transportation investment over the next 20 years. More than a document, the MTP is a collaborative process for setting regional transportation goals and strategies that includes frequent and substantial participation from local agencies, the state DOT, tribal leaders, and the public.

MTP Update: Transitions 2045 MTPTransitions 2045 Logo

The MTP update has officially kicked off, and public input is currently being sought to help inform the plan, Transitions 2045.

Let us know your thoughts! Take the short, interactive Transitions 2045 MTP survey here

You can also submit a comment at any time to mtpcomments@mrcog-nm.gov. We are also happy to present to your group or organization about the MTP update. Please contact Peach Anderson-Tauzer to discuss this opportunity. 

Check out our new Transitions 2045 MTP Project Page where you can leave comments, post pictures, view others' comments and more.

Public meetings were held around the region in November and provided an opportunity to learn more about the plan and provide feedback. Learn more about outreach efforts for the 2045 MTP here

Transitions 2045 MTP Goals

View the guiding goals and objectives for the Transitions 2045 MTP


Current MTP: Connections 2040

Connections 2040 MTP Logo

The current plan is the Connections 2040 MTP, which was adopted by the Metropolitan Transportation Board (MTB) on April 17, 2020.


Watch the video below to learn more about the Connections 2040 MTP!