New Mexico Car Shipping

New Mexico is a state in the Southwestern United States; its capital is Santa Fe, which was founded in 1610 as capital of Nuevo México (itself established as a province of New Spain in 1598), while its largest city is Albuquerque with its accompanying metropolitan area. It is one of the mountain states of the Southern Rockies, and shares the Four Corners area of the Western United States with Utah, Colorado and Arizona.

The U.S. Census Bureau estimates the population of New Mexico to be 2,096,829 as of July 1, 2019, an increase of 1.83% since the 2010 Census. According to the 2000 census, the population of New Mexico was 1,819,046, a 10-year increase of 11.7% to 2,059,179.

New Mexico has a long history as a significant trade and migration corridor. The builders of the ruins of Chaco Canyon also created a radiant network of roads out of the mysterious village. The commercial function of Chaco Canyon was transferred to Casas Grande in the present-day Mexican state of Chihuahua, but north-south trade continued. Pre-Columbia trade with Mesoamerican cultures included northern exotic birds, shellfish and copper. Turquoise, pottery and salt were among the goods transported southwards along the Rio Grande. The current pre-Columbian trade in New Mexico is especially remarkable to be undertaken on foot. The north-south trade route later became a pathway for settlers with horses arriving from New Spain as well as for trade and communication. The itinerary was named El Camino Real by Tierra Adentro.

The Santa Fe Trail was the vital commercial and military road link of the nineteenth century with the eastern United States. All with termini in the north of New Mexico, the Camino Real, the Santa Fe Trail and the Old Spanish Trail are all recognised as National Historic Trails. The low latitude and mountains of New Mexico have made it an attractive east-west transportation corridor. As a territory, the Gadsden Purchase expanded New Mexico to include a southern transcontinental railway, the Southern Pacific Railroad. Another transcontinental railway was finished by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. The railroads basically replaced the old runways, but caused a population boom. The first transcontinental automobile tracks later traversed the state, bringing more migrants. The railways were subsequently completed or replaced with a network of roads and airports. Today, the highways of New Mexico are approaching the ancient land roads of the Camino Real, the Santa Fe Trail and the transcontinental railways.

New Mexico has only three Interstate Highways. In Albuquerque, I-25 and I-40 meet at a stack interchange called The Big I.

Interstate 10 travels in the southwest portion of New Mexico starting from the Arizona state line near Lordsburg to the area in between Las Cruces and Anthony, near El Paso, Texas.

Interstate 25 is a major north-south highway between Las Cruces and the Colorado State Line near Raton.

Interstate 40 is a major east–west interstate highway starting from the Arizona state line west of Gallup to the Texas state line east from Tucumcari.

Transportation in New Mexico is not easy because the landscape is different. The northern part is mostly mountainous and forested. However, Tempus Logix company, using its years of experience and skills, has facilitated transportation so that its customers do not have transportation problems. We work with the best careers base that ensure the quality of transportation and save your time.

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