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Farmington Metropolitan Planning Organization
Vereda del Rio
Sunset from Vereda del Rio Trail along the San Juan River in Bloomfield 

The Farmington Metropolitan Planning Organization (FMPO) coordinates transportation planning work in the cities of Aztec, Bloomfield, Farmington, and the surrounding communities of San Juan County, New Mexico. 

View the 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan
The FMPO adopted the 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan on September 24, 2015. The 2040 MTP identifies regional transportation priorities and projects to work in concert with state and federal transportation planning efforts. 

The Farmington MPO recently developed the new FFY 2016-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

Amendment #1 of the FFY 2016-2021 TIP will be reviewed at the FMPO Technical Committee meeting of Thursday, November 5, 2015 at 10 a.m. in the San Juan County Administrative Building, 100 S. Oliver, Aztec, NM.  Final approval of the proposed amendment may occur in the FMPO Policy Committee meeting of Thursday, November 19, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. in the Executive Conference Room at Farmington City Hall, 800 Municipal Drive, Farmington, NM.  View the Public Notice and TIP Amendment details.

Specific Statutory and Regulatory Requirements

The metropolitan planning statutes state that the long-range transportation plan and TIP must include a "financial plan" that "indicates resources from public and private sources that are reasonably expected to be available to carry out the program" [23 U.S.C. 134(g)(2)(B) and 134(h)(2)(B)(ii)]. These regulations provide, in essence, that a long-range transportation plan and TIP can include only projects for which funding "can reasonably be expected to be available" [23 CFR 450.322(b)(11) (metropolitan long-range transportation plan), 23 CFR 450.324(e) (TIP), and 23 CFR 450.216(a)(5)(STIP)].

Basic Purpose of Fiscal Constraint
The fiscal constraint requirement is intended to ensure that metropolitan long-range transportation plans, TIPs, and STIPs reflect realistic assumptions about future revenues, rather than being lists that include many more projects than could realistically be completed with available revenues. Given this basic purpose, compliance with the fiscal constraint requirement entails an analysis of revenues and costs.


Visit the MPO at - Downtown Center, 100 W. Broadway, Farmington, NM 87401 - our mailing address remains the same

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