NMDOT Unveils New ENDWI Campaign

The New Mexico Department of Transportation continues to work tirelessly to stop drunk driving.  NMDOT’s ENDWIcampaign was created in 2012 to help reduce the number of drunk driving-related crashes and fatalities by promoting designated drivers, safe rides and responsible consumption with the goal of ending drunk driving in New Mexico.

NMDOT Partners Offer Safe Rides during Beer Week

Working together we can ENDWI.  The New Mexico Department of Transportation, Bernalillo County, The City of Albuquerque, Cumulus radio stations and Uber have partnered to create and support “Take a Ride on Us.” Since Christmas 2018, this public-private partnership has provided nearly 6,000 safe rides home to New Mexican’s living in the Albuquerque metro area who chose not to drink and drive. 

NMDOT Partners to Offer Safe Rides over Holiday Weekend

The New Mexico Department of Transportation, Bernalillo County, The City of Albuquerque, Cumulus radio stations and Uber have partnered to support “Take a Ride on Us.” The collaborative goal is to ENDWI by offering an Uber credit of up to ten-dollars for up to two trips in the Bernalillo County metro area over the holiday weekend.

Cinco de Mayo Super Blitz

There were 125 alcohol-involved crash fatalities in New Mexico last year. The New Mexico Department of Transportation Cabinet Sec. Mike Sandoval says, “New Mexico is making progress to stop drunk driving, but everyone has to take it seriously. One death on our roadways is one too many. We’re better than that. We have a responsibility to change the destructive behaviors generation after generation of New Mexican’s continue to repeat. Driving drunk is never acceptable.”

State Announces "DWI Superblitz" over St. Patrick's Day Weekend

Law enforcement across the state will be out in full force over St. Patrick’s Day weekend to crack down on drunk driving. State Police and law enforcement agencies statewide will be conducting increased saturation patrols and DWI checkpoints in an effort to catch drunk drivers.Law enforcement across the state will be out in full force over St. Patrick’s Day weekend to crack down on drunk driving. State Police and law enforcement agencies statewide will be conducting increased saturation patrols and DWI checkpoints in an effort to catch drunk drivers.