Tim Rogers

Tim Rogers, Trails Program Manager, Santa Fe Conservation Trust, is well-known in the Santa Fe area for his involvement in organizing “Community Cruise” bicycle rides, and more recently creating the Santa Fe Metropolitan Bicycle Master Plan, which was adopted by City and County officials in 2012. Tim has a Master’s Degree in Community and Regional Planning from the University of New Mexico, and brings over twenty years of experience working in the public sector, including roughly five years each for the New Mexico Department of Health and the New Mexico Department of Transportation, where he served as our state bicycle-pedestrian coordinator from 2003-2008. He has an additional seven years of experience working as a planning consultant to the New Mexico Department of Health, the Santa Fe Metropolitan Planning Organization, UNM’s Prevention Research Center, and community partners around the state to help New Mexicans plan for and promote walking and bicycling as “active transportation.”