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I-25 Improved | Comanche
to Montgomery

Major construction is anticipated to begin August 2024!

 Click the button below to be the first to know about construction impacts!

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Scroll down to learn more ABOUT THE PROJECT.

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Project Overview

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The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) will begin improving the Interstate 25 (I-25) corridor in Albuquerque between Comanche Road and Montgomery Boulevard, including the freeway, frontage roads, and interchanges.

The project will improve safety and travel times for drivers now and in the future. Additionally, the aging bridges and pavements will be replaced and barrier-separated shared-use paths will be added at the interchanges to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists.

This is a design-build project, meaning the design and construction will happen concurrently, which allows NMDOT and the contractor to include the most innovative and current construction solutions while ensuring a quality product.

Click here to check out all the improvements happening on this project! 

 

Construction is scheduled to begin as early as August 2024 and continue through spring 2027. Work will occur during the day and at night. Drivers should plan ahead to minimize delays on the road.

Click here for updates on impacts for drivers, residents, businesses, and nonmotorized transportation.

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STAY INFORMED

Sign up for real-time text alerts and email updates to be the first to know about construction impacts.

EMAIL BLASTS

Email blasts will be sent out in advance of road closures or new traffic patterns during construction. They will not be used for day-to-day impacts like an overnight ramp closure or a crash in the work zone.

TEXT MESSAGE ALERTS

Real-time text message alerts will be sent out in advance of road closures and delays longer than anticipated (more than 15 minutes), which may include a crash in the work zone or unexpected lane closure. They will be used so you can plan your travel.

NMROADS

NMRoads is also a great resource for live traffic updates across the state of New Mexico. The project team will work with the NMDOT to keep the project information updated to help you plan your trips.

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