Bernalillo County Public Works develops and implements a variety of transportation plans. Many of these plans are developed to support the surrounding land use served by the adjacent transportation system.

ADA Transition Plan – Pedestrian Facilities

Bernalillo County is required to complete an ADA Transition Plan in compliance with the American’s with Disabilities Act of 1990. Plan website: ADA Transition Plan – Pedestrian Facilities

Alameda Drain Trail & Master Plan

The Alameda Drain & Trail Master Plan finalized in 2016 provides a framework for improvements along the nine-mile corridor that runs from Interstate 40 to the northern end of 2nd Street. This master plan is the result of a collaborative, four party agreement between Bernalillo County, the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District (MRGCD), the City of Albuquerque and the Albuquerque Metropolitan Flood Control Authority (AMAFCA). Plan website: Alameda Drain Trail & Master Plan

Bridge Boulevard Corridor Redevelopment Plan

Adopted in 2013, the Bridge Boulevard Corridor Redevelopment Plan is the culmination of a two-year community engagement effort. This plan integrates current and future land uses along the corridor with transportation improvement projects. Plan website: Bridge Boulevard Corridor Redevelopment Plan.

International Trail Scoping Report

In 2011, Bernalillo County Public Works, in coordination with City of Albuquerque Department of Municipal Development, prepared a scoping report for implementing the proposed International Trail located along roadways in the International District (Southeast Heights) of Albuquerque. The scoping report and related material can be found at the website: International Trail Project

Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Action Plan

In response to Federal Highways Administration’s (FHWA’s) Focused Approach to Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety, Bernalillo County adopted the Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Plan in 2012. The plan evaluates pedestrian and bicyclists needs and provides recommendations and implementation strategies to meet the identified needs. Plan website: Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety Action Plan

Title VI – Bernalillo County Federally Funded Transportation Program Title VI Plan

Bernalillo County is required to complete a Title VI plan in order to be in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This plan works to ensure that Bernalillo County does not discriminate any person on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability in any Bernalillo County program or activity. Plan Website: Title VI (Non-Discrimination)

Sunport Commerce Center Transportation Plan

Adopted in 2019, Public Works/Technical Services prepared a parallel Transportation Plan to the Sunport Commerce Center Design Overlay Zone (DOZ). The transportation plan identifies the internal roadway network in the Mountain View Neighborhood bordered by Second Street SW on the west, Woodward Road/Sunport Boulevard on the north, I-25 on the east, and Rio Bravo Boulevard on the south. The identified internal network improves access to dozens of parcels and is as part of the combined effort with the DOZ to redevelop the area into a cohesive employment center. Link to Plan: Sunport Commerce Center Transportation Plan

Powered by Real Time Solutions - Website Design & Document Management