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Continental Divide Traffic Alerts
Title: Interstate 10 eastbound and westbound from DEMING WEST exit at mile marker 81 to 2.1 miles West of CAGE exit at mile marker 61
Description: FR 1019 is CLOSED which runs adjacent to I 10 in Deming Motorists will be alerted to seek an alternate route. This section of roadway is closed due to flooding and running water in low areas.
Post Date: 2014-08-27 08:44:48.565
Update Date: 2014-08-29 16:14:40.496
Expiration Date: unknown
Title: US 60, 5 miles East of Fort Sumner at mile marker 332
Description: Construction has ceased until Spring 2014 on access improvements for the De Baca County Waste Transfer Station on US 60 east of Ft. Sumner. Contractor: Robert E. Rivera Construction Inc. 575-472-3891
Post Date: 2013-09-24 11:02:10.27
Update Date: 2014-08-28 10:34:32.987
Expiration Date: unknown
Title: New Mexico 136 from null at mile marker 1 to null at mile marker 3
Description: NM 136 Pete Domenici Hwy is experiencing high volumes of traffic during the morning hours at the Santa Teresa Port of Entry. Please expect delays should you be crossing the border with intentions of export vehicles from the US. All proper documentation must be presented when entering the port.
Post Date: Tue Jul 15 07:37:02 MDT 2014
Update Date: 2014-08-29 16:14:40.496
Expiration Date: unknown
Title: US 550 eastbound and westbound at mile marker 1
Description: • Monday 7/28 through Wednesday 12/17 (RMCI/Town of Bernalillo)– U_S 5_50 both direction at Don Tomas (Bernalillo) will have various lane closures at night and daytime shoulder work for intersection improvements.
Post Date: Thu Jul 24 17:03:46 MDT 2014
Update Date: 2014-08-29 13:09:04.29
Expiration Date: Thu Dec 18 01:00:00 MST 2014
Title: New Mexico 244 eastbound and westbound from mile marker 0 to mile marker 29
Description: Project went in to full suspension starting June 9,2014 until further notice. New signage project. The Contractor will be working Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Motorists should watch for equipment and personnel in the workzone and adhere to all construction signage. Traffic may be reduced to one lane with pilot car at random times throughout the work day. Expect delays up to 15 minutes. Contacts: Jerry Hickman, NMDOT Project Manager- 575-585-2090 or 575-626-0804, Vince DeMenno, Superintendent- 505-280-9039, Contractor.
Post Date: Thu Apr 03 09:18:08 MDT 2014
Update Date: 2014-08-28 07:44:00.737
Expiration Date: unknown
Title: New Mexico 549 from 9.9 miles East of Akela at mile marker 23 to 14.3 miles East of Akela at mile marker 25
Description: A portion of NM 549 is CLOSED due to roadway construction. The NMDOT has posted detours and traffic control alerting motorists of this workzone. Please proceed with caution.
Post Date: 2014-08-25 11:39:15.583
Update Date: 2014-08-29 16:14:40.496
Expiration Date: unknown


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