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New Mexico Dept. of Transportation Celebrates Completion of I-25 Project

The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT), distinguished guests and community members cut the ribbon to officially open the I-25 University Avenue Project. The approximately $34 million project, which has been under construction since January 2020, is designed to improve safety and traffic flow at one of the city's busiest traffic interchanges....


Making the Most of Public Budgets: Driving Technology Adoption on Infrastructure Projects

This is an exciting time for DOTs. Prospective funding opportunities for infrastructure work present possibilities to explore new technologies that can help save time and money on construction projects....


Key New Mexico, Texas Oil Highways Receiving Upgrades

CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) A key highway in southeastern New Mexico and another West Texas are getting much-needed upgrades to accommodate the rise in traffic from the region's oil and gas boom. In New Mexico, the state's Department of Transportation is working to renovate U.S....


New Mexico Eyes Airport Expansion for Its Booming Oil Region

LOVINGTON, N.M. (AP) Officials in southeastern New Mexico's booming oil and gas region want to expand their regional airport. The Hobbs News-Sun reported Lea County commissioners voted the week of Aug....


NMDOT Won't Cave in to Sinkholes on U.S. 82

When it comes to road construction, engineers and construction crews must be prepared for anything, including the possibility that the road will be there one day and gone the next. Fortunately, on U.S....


New Mexico's Highway 41 Undergoes $22M Reconstruction Near Galisteo

Construction has begun on a 9.3-mi., $22 million reconstruction of New Mexico Highway 41 from just south of Galisteo, a census-designated place, south to Clark Hill in northcentral New Mexico. The construction site is west of I-285 and about 79 mi....


N.M. County Selects Contractor to Build Road to Spaceport America

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) Dona Ana County officials have chosen a contractor to build an improved road to Spaceport America in southern New Mexico. The Las Cruces Sun-News reports that county commissioners selected Mountain Slates Construction to build the nearly 24-mi....


Historic San Juan River Bridge to Be Decommissioned

SHIPROCK, NM (AP) An historic bridge that spans the San Juan River in northwestern New Mexico is slated to be decommissioned now that it has been deemed structurally deficient. The New Mexico Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration held a meeting on Sept....






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