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New Mexico Road Map

The scalable New Mexico map on this page shows the state's major roads and highways as well as its counties and cities, including Santa Fe, the capital city, and Albuquerque, the most populous city.
dusty gravel road in rural New Mexico
Dusty Gravel Road and Blue Sky in Rural New Mexico

New Mexico Map Navigation

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The following Map Legend and Scale of Miles apply to the road map on this page, at its largest displayed scale.

New Mexico Map Legend

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New Mexico Map Scale Of Miles

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New Mexico Interstate Highways

New Mexico's Interstate Highways connect its major cities and facilitate travel between New Mexico and its neighbors.  I-10 crosses southwestern New Mexico between Arizona and Texas.  I-25 traverses New Mexico from north to south, while I-40 crosses the state from east to west.

New Mexico Scenic Routes

The roughly 410-mile trip along Route 64 from the Navajo trading center of Shiprock to the town of Clayton passes through brightly-hued desert, mountains, and plains in northern New Mexico.  This route twists through the reservation of the Jicarilla Apache Indians, known for their intricate woven baskets, and then through the town of Taos, famous for its art galleries and adobe architecture.  Be sure to view the Capulin Volcano National Monument, an extinct volcano surrounded by chunks of volcanic rock.  History buffs will enjoy traversing the old Route 66 between Tucumcari and Gallup.  The New Mexico Route 66 Association is dedicated to the education, promotion, and preservation of Historic Route 66 in New Mexico.  More information about scenic roads in New Mexico is available on this America's Byways: New Mexico page.

New Mexico Road Travel Resources

For more information about New Mexico's roads and transportation infrastructure, visit the New Mexico Highway and Transportation Department website.  For New Mexico road traffic conditions, visit the Federal Highway Administration's New Mexico Traffic Information page.

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New Mexico Road Map

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