List of New Mexico State Roads shorter than one mile

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There are 26 state roads that are shorter than one mile (1.6 km) long in the U.S. state of New Mexico that are maintained by the New Mexico Department of Transportation. The shortest, State Road 446, is a quarter-mile (402 m) long and serves to connect Valmora to State Road 97.[1] State Road 597, the second shortest highway, links U.S. Route 160 to the Four Corners Monument, a tourist destination on the Navajo Nation where the states of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado meet.[2] In comparison, the longest state road in New Mexico is State Road 120, 119.031 miles (191.562 km) long, which is more than 475 times longer than the shortest state road.[1]

State Road 99[edit]

State Road 99
LocationAlbuquerque

State Road 99 (NM 99) was a very short state highway located entirely in Albuquerque. The highway began at Central Avenue (former US 66) and ended at the Johnson Gym within the University of New Mexico. The exact dates of existence are unknown.[3]

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NM 98NM 100

State Road 106[edit]

State Road 106
LocationSombrillo
Length0.752 mi[1] (1.210 km)

State Road 106 (NM 106) is a 0.752-mile (1.210 km) long state highway located entirely in Santa Fe County. The highway begins at a four way intersection with concurrent U.S. Route 84 (US 84 ) / US 285 and NM 399. The highway travels north through Sombrillo, over the Santa Cruz River to a t-intersection with NM 76.[4]

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NM 105NM 107

State Road 138[edit]

State Road 138
LocationLas Cruces
Length0.670 mi[1] (1.078 km)

State Road 138 (NM 138) is a 0.670-mile (1.078 km) long state highway located entirely in Doña Ana County. The highway begins at a four-way intersection with NM 478 and Watson Lane, traveling eastbound on Tortugas Drive to an intersection with Espina Street. The highway turns north and terminates at Stern Drive just east of Interstate 10.[5]

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NM 137NM 140

State Road 144[edit]

State Road 144
LocationSan Miguel County
Length0.330 mi[1] (0.531 km)

State Road 144 (NM 138) is a 0.330-mile (0.531 km) long state highway located entirely in San Miguel County. The highway begins at an intersection with NM 65 and ends at the Camp Luna Technical Vocational Institute.[6]

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NM 143NM 145

State Road 158[edit]

State Road 158
LocationHill
Length0.900 mi[1] (1.448 km)

State Road 158 (NM 158) is a 0.900-mile (1.448 km) long state highway located entirely in Doña Ana County. The highway begins at an intersection with NM 185 and travels northeast along Lujan Hill Road to its eastern terminus at Doña Ana Road. The roadway continues east as County Highway D053.[7]

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NM 157NM 159

State Road 177[edit]

State Road 177
LocationElephant Butte Lake
Length0.835 mi[1] (1.344 km)

State Road 177 (NM 177) is a 0.835-mile (1.344 km) long state highway located entirely in Sierra County. The highway forms a loop from NM 51 near the Elephant Butte Lake State Park. NM 177 is the southern terminus of NM 195.

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NM 176NM 179

State Road 183[edit]

State Road 183
LocationLa Union
Length0.598 mi[1] (0.962 km)

State Road 183 (NM 183), also called Vinton Road, is a 0.598-mile (0.962 km) long state highway located entirely in Doña Ana County. The highway's western terminus is at NM 28 north of La Union and the eastern terminus is at the end of state maintenance as a continuation of Vinton Road towards the Texas/ New Mexico border. NM 183 was formally part of NM 273.

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NM 182NM 184

State Road 184[edit]

State Road 184
LocationSanta Teresa
Length0.567 mi[1] (0.912 km)

State Road 184 (NM 184), also called Country Club Road, is a 0.567-mile (0.912 km) long state highway located entirely in Doña Ana County. The highway's western terminus is at NM 273 south of Las Cruces and the eastern terminus is a continuation as Country Club Road at the Texas/ New Mexico border in Santa Teresa.

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NM 183NM 185

State Road 233[edit]

State Road 233
LocationMedanales
Length0.850 mi[1] (1.368 km)

State Road 233 (NM 233) is a 0.850-mile (1.368 km) long state highway located entirely in Rio Arriba County. The highway begins at a t-intersection with US 84, northeasterly over the Chama River before terminating at County Road 142 south of Medanales.[8]

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NM 231NM 234

State Road 286[edit]

State Road 286
LocationEast of Tucumcari
Length0.781 mi[1] (1.257 km)

State Road 286 (NM 286) is a 0.781-mile (1.257 km) long state highway located entirely in Quay County, east of Tucumcari. The southern terminus is at FR 4118, and the northern terminus is at the end of state maintenance.

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NM 284NM 288

State Road 305[edit]

State Road 305
LocationWest of Lindrith
Length0.500 mi[1] (0.805 km)

State Road 305 (NM 305) is a 0.500-mile (0.805 km) long state highway located entirely in Rio Arriba County, west of Lindrith. The southern terminus is at the end of state maintenance at the Rio Arriba/ Sandoval County line, and the northern terminus is at NM 595. The portion from NM 96 in Regina to the Rio Arriba/ Sandoval County line was transferred to Sandoval County on October 3, 1988 in a road exchange agreement.

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NM 304NM 309

State Road 315[edit]

State Road 315
LocationNorth of Algodones
Length0.479 mi[1] (0.771 km)

State Road 315 (NM 315) is a 0.479-mile (0.771 km) long state highway located entirely in Sandoval County. The highways western terminus is at NM 313, it then begins traveling east intersecting I-25 and US 85 before reaching the eastern terminus at FR 2532.

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NM 314NM 316

State Road 327[edit]

State Road 327
LocationIsleta Village Proper
Length0.560 mi[1] (0.901 km)

State Road 327 (NM 327) is a 0.560-mile (0.901 km) long state highway located entirely in Bernalillo County. The highway begins at the BNSF Railway line along Isleta Lake Road, traveling east to its terminus at NM 47, just south of Interstate 25.[9]

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NM 325NM 329

State Road 395[edit]

State Road 395
LocationEast of Tinnie
Length0.480 mi[1] (0.772 km)

State Road 395 (NM 395) is a 0.480-mile (0.772 km) long state highway located entirely in Lincoln County. The highway begins at the south abutment of the Rio Hondo bridge, and travels north to an intersection with concurrent U.S. Routes 70 and 380.[1]

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NM 392NM 399

State Road 414[edit]

State Road 414
LocationOjo Caliente
Length0.350 mi[1] (0.563 km)

State Road 414 (NM 414) is a 0.350-mile (0.563 km) long state highway located entirely in Taos County. The highway begins at US 285 in Ojo Caliente, and travels west to the end of state maintenance.[1]

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NM 413NM 415

State Road 446[edit]

State Road 446
LocationValmora
Length0.250 mi[1] (0.402 km)

State Road 446 (NM 446) is a 0.250-mile (0.402 km) long state highway located entirely in Mora County. The highway is the shortest state road in New Mexico.[1] The highway begins at a t-intersection with NM 97, and parallels Wolf Creek before terminating just south of Valmora.[10]

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NM 445NM 448

State Road 450[edit]

State Road 450
LocationValmora
Length0.349 mi[1] (0.562 km)

State Road 450 (NM 450) is a 0.349-mile (0.562 km) long state highway located entirely in Mora County.[1] The highway begins at a t-intersection with NM 97, before terminating at the end of State maintenance.

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NM 448NM 451

State Road 461[edit]

State Road 461
LocationCoyote
Length0.490 mi[1] (0.789 km)

State Road 461 (NM 461) is a 0.490-mile (0.789 km) long state highway located entirely in Lincoln County in Coyote. The western terminus is at US 54 north of Carrizozo, and the eastern terminus is at the end of route in Coyote.[1]

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NM 460NM 462

State Road 473[edit]

State Road 473
LocationBernalillo
Length0.548 mi[1] (0.882 km)

State Road 473 (NM 473) is a 0.548-mile (0.882 km) long state highway located entirely in Sandoval County. The highway begins at exit 240 off of Interstate 25 traveling northwest along Bernalillo Avenue over a level crossing to an intersection with NM 313 in downtown Bernalillo.[11]

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NM 472NM 475

State Road 498[edit]

State Road 498
LocationSunland Park
Length0.932 mi[1] (1.500 km)

State Road 498 (NM 498) is a 0.932-mile (1.500 km) long state highway located entirely in Doña Ana County. The highway begins at an intersection with NM 273 northeast as Racetrack Drive, over the Rio Grande before terminating at the New Mexico–Texas state line.[12]

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NM 494NM 500

State Road 513[edit]

State Road 513
LocationEast of Scholle
Length0.700 mi[1] (1.127 km)

State Road 513 (NM 513) is a 0.700-mile (1.127 km) long state highway located entirely in Torrance County. The highway begins at a junction with U.S. Route 60 and travels north to the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument east of Scholle.[13]

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NM 512NM 514

State Road 533[edit]

State Road 533
LocationNorth of Rodeo
Length0.800 mi[1] (1.287 km)

State Road 533 (NM 533) is a 0.800-mile (1.287 km) long state highway located entirely in Hidalgo County. The highway begins at the Arizona–New Mexico state border on Portal Road, east to an intersection with NM 80.[14]

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NM 532NM 536

State Road 546[edit]

State Road 546
LocationDerry
Length0.660 mi[1] (1.062 km)

State Road 546 (NM 546) is a 0.660-mile (1.062 km) long state highway located entirely in Sierra County. The highway begins at a four way intersection in southeast Derry. The highway begins at NM 187 and travels northeast to an intersection with exit 51 on Interstate 25.[15]

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NM 545NM 549

State Road 576[edit]

State Road 576
LocationVallecitos
Length0.500 mi[1] (0.805 km)
ExistedJune 23, 1988–[1]

State Road 576 (NM 576) is a 0.500-mile (0.805 km) long state highway located entirely in Rio Arriba County. The highway begins at an intersection with NM 111 and travels west to the national forest boundary.[1]

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NM 575NM 578

State Road 581[edit]

State Road 581
LocationEspañola
Length0.812 mi[1] (1.307 km)

State Road 581 (NM 581) is a 0.752-mile (1.210 km) long state highway located entirely in Rio Arriba County. The highway begins at an intersection with NM 369 and travels southeasterly to its eastern terminus at NM 399.[16]

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NM 580NM 583

State Road 597[edit]

State Road 597
LocationFour Corners Monument
Length0.447 mi[1] (0.719 km)

State Road 597 (NM 597) is a 0.447-mile (0.719 km) long state highway located entirely in San Juan County. The highway begins at an intersection with U.S. Route 160 in the south, and heads northwest to the Four Corners Monument.[17]

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NM 595NM 598

State Road 615[edit]

State Road 615
LocationMilan
Length0.468 mi[1] (0.753 km)

State Road 615 (NM 615) is a 0.468-mile (0.753 km) long state highway located entirely in Cibola County. The highway begins at Victor Avenue, and proceeds northwesterly through an interchange with Interstate 40 to the highways eastern terminus at NM 122.[18]

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NM 612NM 1113

State Road 2001[edit]

State Road 2001
LocationAlamogordo
Length0.30 mi[3] (0.48 km)

State Road 2001 (NM 2001) was a 0.3-mile (0.48 km) long state highway located entirely in Alamogordo. The highway began at Scenic Drive and ended at the New Mexico Museum of Space History. NM 2001 was one of the few "orphan" routes in the State Road system, as it did not connect to any other State Road. The number appears to be a reference to the book 2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke. The exact dates of existence are unknown, but the highway was established in the 1990s and the signage remained present as of 2008. The only hints to NM 2001 being retired is the absence of the route from current NMDOT highway logs.[3] The official website for the Space Museum still lists its address at "Highway 2001".[19]

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NM 1113NM 5001

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai "State Routes" (PDF). New Mexico Department of Transportation. Retrieved November 26, 2010.
  2. ^ Harris, Richard K. (2006). Off the Beaten Path: New Mexico. Insiders' Guide (8th ed.). Globe Pequot. p. 60. ISBN 978-0-7627-4205-9. Retrieved November 29, 2010.
  3. ^ a b c Riner, Steve (19 January 2008). "New Mexico Highways". pp. State Routes 1–25, State Routes 26–50, State Routes 51–75, State Routes 76–100, State Routes 101–125, State Routes 126–150, State Routes 151–175, State Routes 176–200, State Routes 201–250, State Routes 251–300, State Routes 301–350, State Routes 351–400, State Routes 401–450, State Routes 451–500, State Routes 501–550, State Routes 551–600, State Routes 601–6563. Retrieved 13 April 2015.
  4. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 106" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  5. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 138" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  6. ^ "Posted Route: Legal Description" (PDF). New Mexico Department of Transportation. March 16, 2010. p. 91. Retrieved October 10, 2018.
  7. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 158" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  8. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 233" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  9. ^ Google (November 28, 2010). "NM 327" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 28, 2010.
  10. ^ Google (November 28, 2010). "NM 446" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 28, 2010.
  11. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 473" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  12. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 498" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  13. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 513" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  14. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 533" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  15. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 546" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  16. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 581" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  17. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 597" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  18. ^ Google (November 27, 2010). "NM 615" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
  19. ^ New Mexico Museum of Space History. "Plan a Visit". New Mexico Museum of Space History. Retrieved April 15, 2015.