Metropolitan Transportation Plan

GUIDING OUR TRANSPORTATION FUTURE -- THE 2040 MTP


What will our transportation network look like in the next 20-25 years?  Where will people live?  Where will they work?  What types of transportation improvements will be needed? The Farmington MPO has developed a long-range regional transportation plan, the 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan. which was adopted on September 24, 2015. View the 2040 MTP document here (approx. 15 MB). 

ONLINE APPENDICES


Many items belonging in the 2040 MTP Appendices are too large in format or too lengthy to include in the document itself, including some maps and materials from the public outreach.  These materials are listed below.

Appendix A - Public Outreach and Public Review of Draft
The MPO held a Stakeholder Workshop on February 5, 2014 to gather input on the 2040 MTP.  The meeting was attended by transportation advocates representing the entities, transit, health, the disabled, the elderly, the schools, and others. In August and September, staff undertook more public outreach through stakeholder meeting groups, public open houses, an online survey mapping tool, and a paper version of the survey. The documents summarizing the results and recommendations from this public outreach are available below:

You may also view the slideshow of results from public open houses and online survey and mapping tool as well as the slideshow of results from paper surveys completed during San Juan County Fair 2014

The MPO held public open houses as part of the 30-day public comment period for the Draft; the public comment period ran from August 12 to September 10, 2015.

Appendix B - Select Maps

INDIVIDUAL CHAPTERS OF THE 2040 MTP

Here are the individual chapters:  

With questions regarding the 2040 MTP, please contact Duane Wakan, MPO Planner, at 505-599-1449 or dwakan@fmtn.org.

2035 MTP DOCUMENT


The FMPO adopted the MTP 2035 on April 15, 2010.  In April 2011, the Transit Plan was amended to include the recommendations described in the Red Apple Transit Study. In December 2014, the Roadway Plan was amended to show phasing details for the extension of Pinon Hills Boulevard.

2030 MTP DOCUMENT


The MPO adopted its first MTP in April 2005.