Make ART Smart Seeks Injunction

Make ART Smart Seeks Injunction Against Federal Transit Authority and City of Albuquerque In the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico, Plaintiffs Coalition of Concerned Citizens to Make ART Smart et al. filed their motion against the FTA and the...

City begins buying property along Central Avenue for Art

This is our worst nightmare – the City has started the process of eminent domain on west Central Ave. as part of the Albuquerque Rapid Transit construction. They have not been forthcoming as to how many other businesses will be forced to give up their land.Find...

ART Petition Needs Your Support

Albuquerque’s Mayor and City officials have ignored us and have denied us fair input into this massive project. Current plans and information about this project have been impossible for us to access. We ask – WHY?Mayor Richard Berry: Albuquerque’s...

Reimagining Transit

When the city of Houston undertook its “System Reimagining” project to transform an aging city transit system, one of the first steps was to reach out for community input and participation, a commitment that was never broken during the entire planning and...

Lawsuits Filed Over ABQ Rapid Transit Project

Today, two separate lawsuits regarding the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project were filed – one in New Mexico State Court, the other in U.S. District Court against the City of Albuquerque and the Secretary of the Federal Transportation Administration.The first one,...

City Councilor Isaac Benton’s Statement about ART

Read City Councilor Isaac Benton’s (district 5) thoughtful letter about ART to the Federal Transit Authority which is published on the CABQ.GOV website. The following is an excerpt from his statement… “….After reviewing the project design and hearing...