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UNM/CNM/Sunport Transit Study Public Meetings

Participate in this Council-supported study of parking and transportation improvements to this busy corridor

Join us at the third series of public workshops for the UNM/CNM/Sunport Study. The Mid-Region Council of Governments together with UNM, CNM, and local governments, has initiated this project to evaluate transit, parking services and land development within the UNM/CNM/Sunport corridor. The project area includes the UNM North, Central and South Campus areas, CNM campus, north Sunport area, and the neighborhoods surrounding these institutions. While taking a comprehensive look at the area’s diverse transportation needs, this project will develop near- and long-term transit, land use and parking strategies to improve transportation in the study area.

Project objectives and user needs have been developed based on input already received from neighborhoods, area businesses, and the major institutions within the study area. We are now focusing on “specific strategies” to improve travel in the project area. Several potential strategies have been identified and will be presented for discussion at our next series of workshops:


Date: Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Time: 6 pm to 8 pm

Location: Central United Methodist Church

201 University Boulevard NE


Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Time: Noon to 1:00 pm

Location: UNM Student Union Building,

Lobo Room A & B


Date: Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Time: Noon to 1:00 pm

Location: CNM Student Resource Center

Room 204


Your feedback will help the project team evaluate its list of strategies and develop more ideas on how to better connect the institutions with the existing transit system.

More information about this project is available at For questions, please contact Tony Sylvester at MRCOG: (505) 247-1750 or [email protected]

To request Americans with Disabilities Act related accommodations for this meeting, please contact Cheryl Wagner with Parsons Brinckerhoff at (505) 878-6560 by October 17th, 2012.