3. Social Networking – You can now stay up to date with all road condition events throughout the state by following our RSS Feed! Links to these sites are located on the upper right section of the page.
Mobile Apps – Click on Apple or Android icon to download free mobile app.
RSS Feed – Click on the RSS Feed icon to stay up-to-date with road conditions.
User Help – If you need additional help, select the User Help icon.
4. The Map is the most important feature of the NMRoads site. With it, you can have immediate access to – and view – all incident types throughout the state.
Additional Map Viewing Options: Tabs at the top right corner of the screen enable a user to view the map from either a terrain perspective or from a satellite view.
Terrain Click on Terrain button to view base map as seen below.
Satellite Click on Satellite button to view base map as seen below.
A tool on the upper right side of the screen, which allows a user to zoom into and out of the map. With a 3-button or scroll-wheel mouse, the scroll wheel can also zoom in and out.
Distance Gauge: A map-scale indicator at the bottom left corner of the page allows you zoom into -- or out of -- a specific section of the map, to show more or less detail, depending upon your needs.
Clicking / Dragging: Clicking your “left” mouse button on any part of the map allows you to re-center your area of interest. Clicking on a map icon brings up a dialog box describing the event or condition.
Road Conditions for Neighboring States – Traveling to a neighboring state? You are now able to
click on the corresponding state button and be directed to the state’s Department of Transportation website. You can now gain access to road conditions for Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma, and Texas by clicking the state’s button!
Public Membership & Incident Notification
Create your own personal account, so that you can be notified when events of interest to you occur on specific roadways.
1. Sign Up - To sign up as a member, simply click the “Sign Up” button found on the header. Clicking the button brings up this registration window:
Fill out the form and click “Create Member” and you’re done!
2. Log In - Clicking the “Login” button found on the header will open this login dialog window:
Enter the username and password you set up when you registered and click “Login”. If you’ve forgotten your password, you can follow the link which says, “Forgot Password?” to have your password emailed to you.
3. Using the Notification System
When you log in successfully, you will see this four-tabbed window:
The tabs are described below:
a) Account Information – This is the tab pictured above. You can set your password or phone number here, or you can delete your own account. Clicking cancel or the “X” in the upper right closes the window and replaces the Login button with the “Member Account” button. You are still logged in! If you wish to log out completely, you must click the “Logout” button.
b) Route Subscriptions – On this tab, you can maintain your subscriptions; that is, which roads you wish to be notified about.
c) Notifications – The Notifications tab permits a user to identify which incident types and events require personal user notification. At the bottom of the screen there is a text message notification option. The tab appears as follows:
d) Help – The Help tab provides detailed instructions on using the functions available in this window. Consult the Help tab to resolve problems with any of the choices listed.