Major interstations in the State of
New Mexico are I-10, I-25 and I-40. I-10 runs on the most southern tip of the state,
connecting the east and the west cost of the United States, and the border. It is a major arthery
when it comes to transporting goods quickly and efficiently. I-25 runs from North to
South of the state, providing access to Colorado and Mexico. I-40 is another major arthery
running from the East to West through the state, it is also a major trucking road.
Santa Teresa and Las Cruces, New Mexico
are in Doņa Ana County, which borders El Paso County, Texas. This region is
located on the western tip of Texas, approximately halfway between the Gulf of
Mexico and the Pacific Ocean. This region is ideally located to serve the United
States, Canada and Latin America. More, Las Cruces and Dona Ana County are ideally
situated in the Southwest to solve many logistics issues. Due to its southern
geographic location and temperate year-round climate, few weather-related transportation
delays are experienced.
Las Cruces is situated at the intersection of two major Interstate highways.
Interstate-10 is a major east-west artery stretching from the southeastern U.S.
to the West Coast. Interstate-10 connects to the Santa Teresa Port of Entry and
Mexican Highways 2 and 45 via the Pete Domenici Highway (NM 375). Interstate-25,
originating in Las Cruces, is a major north-south artery stretching to the Canadian