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Help shape the future of transit in our neighborhood with your input on the UNM/CNM/Sunport transit study

Posted by UHA Association on Thursday, November 8, 2012, In : Transportation 
From October 22nd at the Loma Linda Community Center, a second round of three public meetings took place for the Mid Region Council of Governments (MRCOGUNM/CNM/Sunport Transit Study. A presentation was given about the study area background, expected future growth and development, the main goal and objectives of the study, and why a north-south transit link is so important to this largest activity center in the region.

Study organizers have received much input from local residents and other ...

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Take the MRCOG Transportation Survey now, and help shape transportation policy in Albuquerque

Posted by UHA on Tuesday, January 19, 2010, In : Transportation 
The Mid-Region Council of Governments (MRCOG) is beginning work on the 2035 Metropolitan Transportation Plan and is seeking public input via a survey.  This plan will provide a vision for future transportation in the central New Mexico metropolitan area.

Feedback regarding experiences traveling by car, train, bus, bicycle and walking are needed. Also, comments are sought related to what would benefit transportation in the region over the next 20 years.

The survey will only be available online a...
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Posted by UHA on Tuesday, November 3, 2009, In : Lead & Coal 
Mayor Chavez announced on August 13 and the City Council approved on August 17 an agreement with the Richardson administration and State Department of Transportation to use $25 million of federal stimulus funds, and an additional $7 million of city funds, for Lead Coal redesign. $4 million of the city funds must be approved by voters as part of the bond issue on the October 6 ballot. The funding will allow: 1) construction of the entire corridor, from Washington to Broadway, as one project (a...
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