New Mexico/Major roads/Main
Interstates in New Mexico are the following:
- I-10 Arizona to Texas
- I-40 Arizona to Texas
- I-25 Colorado to I-10
Other Important Major Roads
- US-550 Farmington to Albuquerque
- US-285 Colorado to Texas
- US-60 Arizona to Texas
- US-54 El Paso, TX to NW Texas
- SR-26 Hatch NM to Deming NM, critical for functional classification routing
State Highway Naming
The approved format for State Highway naming in New Mexico is: SR-##
Actual locks used may be more or less than values in the table, depending on area circumstance. Please consult RC, SM, or appropriate AM for guidance.
|Segment Type||Default locks|
NMDOT to Waze Functional Classification conversion
The New Mexico Classification and Color scheme comes from the official New Mexico D.O.T (NMDOT) Functional Classification (FC) map that is published by NMDOT. The legend shows what classifications NMDOT uses and what color is assigned to each class. The actual interactive State Map can be found here:
NMDOT to Waze conversion table
|Interstate||US Hwy (incl. some special routes)||State Hwy (incl. some special routes)||State Hwy BUS, SPUR[a], LOOP||Locally-maintained|
|example>>>>>||I-10 E||US-190||SR-23||SR-400 Loop||Robertson St|
Deviations from FC
- Longer rural roads classified as "Major Collector" on the FC map should be set to rather than to avoid pruning of valid routes.
- State highways that are classified on the State FC map as "Minor Collector," but are dirt/gravel, should be set to and have the unpaved box checked, instead of .
- SR-26, Hatch NM to Deming NM, is set to to allow routing from I-25 south to I-10 west and bypass Las Cruces.
- Paseo del Norte, Eagle Ranch Rd NW intersection to I-25, is set to due to meeting the requirements as one.