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Overview Presentation

  • Learn about the Farmington MPO (PowerPoint - 683 KB) (PDF - 495 KB)

Guiding Documents

Unified Planning Work Program


On June 20, 2013, the Policy Committee approved the FFY2014-2015 UPWP that outlines planning activities and the MPO budget for the next two fiscal years, effective as of October 1, 2013.  On January 16, 2014 the Policy Committee amended the FFY2014-2015 UPWP budget to reflect FY2013 carryover and final Work Authorization amounts.  On March 10, 2014 the Policy Committee amended the UPWP budget to revise PL funds for the remainder of FFY2014.

View the amended FFY2014-2015 UPWP (March 2014)
View the draft FFY2015-2016 UPWP (May 20, 2014)



View the Acronym List for common transportation terms


Annual List of Federally Obligated Projects

At the end of the federal fiscal year, the Farmington MPO is required to publish an annual list of federally obligated projects.  The FFY2013 Annual List of Federally Obligated Projects identifies all transportation projects that received federal funding between October 1, 2012 and September 30, 2013.


Title VI Plan

The Title VI Plan for the Farmington MPO assures that no person shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any FMPO program, activity, or service.  The FMPO Title VI Plan identifies how Title VI requirements will apply to MPO documents and the public participation process.  It also outlines the process for reporting and filing a Title VI complaint.


MPO Major Thoroughfare Plan

The purpose of the proposed MPO Major T-Plan is to provide a safe, convenient, and efficient regional transportation network that is adequate to serve local and regional transportation needs. The regional plan establishes the framework for the acquisition, preservation, and protection of existing and future rights-of-way from building encroachment.  The MPO adopted the Major T-Plan in September 2010. The Policy Committee amended the MPO Major T-Plan on August 7, 2012 to reflect revisions made to the City of Farmington Major T-Plan.



Committee Resolutions
  • Policy Committee 
 2004-1 Annual Mtgs.  2004-2 Reconstruct US64  2004-3 US64 (Alt.3)      
 2004-4 Annual Mtgs.-2005   2005-1 Native Heritage Trail Cmte.  2005-2 Travel Model
 2005-3 MTP  2005-4 FY2006-2011 TIP  2005-5 US64 (Alt.2)
 2005-6 Annual Mtgs.-2006  2006-1 Annual Self-Certification  2006-2 FY 2007-2012 TIP
 2006-3 Invest.Partnership (GRIP 2)  2006-4 Annual Mtgs.-2007  2006-5 ITS Architecture
 2007-1 FY2008-2013 TIP  2007-2 Invest. Partnership (GRIP 2)  2007-3 Annual Self-Certification
 2008-1 House Memorial 35  2008-2 FY2009-2014 TIP  2008-3 Annual Self-Certification
 2008-4 MPO Bike/Ped Plan  2008-5 Annual Mtgs.-2009  2009-1 Access Mgmt. Plan
 2009-2 FY2010-2015 TIP  2009-3 Annual Self-Certification  2009-4A & B Pinon Hills & CR 3900
 2009-4C US64  2009-5 Annual Mtgs.-2010  2010-1 FY2011-2016 TIP
 2010-2 MTP  2010-3 Annual Self-Certification  2011-1 FY2012-2017 TIP
 2011-2 Annual Self-Certification  2011-3 Repairs to State Highways  2011-4 Annual Mtgs.-2012
 2012-1 FY2013-2018 TIP  2012-2 Annual Self-Certification  2012-3 Annual Mtgs.-2013
 2013-1 FY2014-2019 TIP  2013-2 Annual Self-Certification  2013-3 Annual Mtgs.-2014

  • Technical Committee
 2004-1 Annual Meetings-2004  2004-2 Annual Meetings.-2005  2005-1 Annual Meetings-2006
 2006-1 Annual Meetings-2007    2008-1 Annual Meetings-2009
 2009-1 Annual Meetings-2010    2011-1 Annual Meetings-2012
 2012-1 Annual Meetings-2013  2013-1 Annual Meetings-2014  
     


Access Management


The MPO adopted the access management plan on January 8, 2009.  The plan provides useful techniques for preserving capacity of regional roadways, improving safety, and controlling access points along corridors while ensuring that roads function the way they are intended.

The Access Management Plan was adopted:

  • Policy Committee on January 8, 2009.
  • City of Farmington on February 10, 2009.
  • City of Aztec on February 14, 2009.
  • San Juan County on February 17, 2009.
  • City of Bloomfield on February 23, 2009.



Road Network Inventory

The road network inventory was created to make one database of all of the significant roads in the MPO.  This includes all roads where traffic counts are conducted plus any roads with functional classifications that are "collector" and above.



MPO Socioeconomic Data

The MPO gathered population and employment data that was used to determine base year and projected future population and employment figures.  The entire MPO is divided into traffic analysis zones (TAZ), which are geographic areas characterized by similar land uses.  Each TAZ has population and employment data based on those land uses.
Population and Employment Snapshot

Population and Housing Type Summary

Employment by Sector Summary



City of Farmington
800 Municipal Drive
Farmington, NM 87401
Ph: 505-327-7701