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New Mexico Department of Transportation

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New Mexico Department of Transportation
Joe M Anaya Building, Santa Fe NM.jpg

Joe M. Anaya Building
Agency overview
JurisdictionNew Mexico
Headquarters1120 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Agency executives
  • Cabinet Secretary
  • Michael Sandoval
Parent agencyState of New Mexico
Websitehttp://dot.state.nm.us

The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT; Spanish: Departamento de Transporte de Nuevo México) is a state government organization which oversees transportation in State of New Mexico in the southwestern United States. The agency has four main focuses—transit, rail, aviation and highways.[1]

It is headquartered in the Joe M. Anaya Building in Santa Fe.[2]

NMDOT Districts

The NMDOT is divided into six districts which serve various areas of the state:[3]

NMDOT Park and Ride

Beginning in 2003, NMDOT began operating intercity bus service in New Mexico and Texas, under the name NMDOT Park and Ride.[10] The system currently encompasses eight intercity routes and three local routes in Santa Fe.

See also

Blank shield.svg U.S. Roads portal

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-08-06. Retrieved 2007-08-05.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) NMDOT accessed 4 March 2009
  2. ^ "Appendix D: State Departments of Transportation." U.S. Department of Transportation. Retrieved on March 24, 2016. "Joe M. Anaya Building 1120 Cerrillos Road - P.O. Box 1149 Santa Fe, NM 87504-1149"
  3. ^ http://www.nmshtd.state.nm.us/main.asp?secid=15426 About New Mexico DOT accessed 4 March 2009
  4. ^ http://nmshtd.state.nm.us/main.asp?secid=13688 District One accessed 4 March 2009
  5. ^ http://nmshtd.state.nm.us/main.asp?secid=13688 District Two accessed 4 March 2009
  6. ^ http://nmshtd.state.nm.us/main.asp?secid=13711 District Three accessed 4 March 2009
  7. ^ http://nmshtd.state.nm.us/main.asp?secid=11671 District Four accessed 4 March 2009
  8. ^ http://nmshtd.state.nm.us/main.asp?secid=13882 District Five accessed 4 March 2009
  9. ^ http://nmshtd.state.nm.us/main.asp?secid=13691 District Six accessed 4 March 2009
  10. ^ New Mexico Department of Transportation Park and Ride

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