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What is the best route from Nogales to Nuevo Laredo Mexico?


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2010-09-18 12:06:05
2010-09-18 12:06:05

Probably the fastest way would be to cross the border into Nogales, Arizona, take I-19 North up to Tuscon, I-10 East to San Antonio, bypass San Antonio by taking I-410 WEST, then I-35 South to Laredo, Texas and cross the boarder back into Nuevo Laredo. It's around 1100 miles and should take you about 15 hours if you average 72 mph. Bon Voyage.


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You mean a direct railroad route between Mexico and Canada? No. The main obstacle for such route is the United States. Mexico connects to various Class I routes in the United States, through the cities of Nogales, Juarez, Nuevo Laredo and Matamoros.

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Take the I-35 S until you get to the US-Mexico border. It is a 15 hour ride.

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The Miami-Mexico City or Orlando-Mexico City air routes, which fly over the Gulf of Mexico.Otherwise, you would have to take the Interstate 10 (I-10) all the way to San Antonio, TX. From there, take the Interstate 35 (I-35) to the south, arriving to Laredo, TX. When on Laredo, you can cross the border to Nuevo Laredo city, on the Mexican state of Tamaulipas.The reverse is also true.

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900 miles taking this route:Take I-10 EAST from Phoenix to I-19 SOUTH to NOGALES at EXIT 260 in TUCSON.Take I-19 SOUTH to NOGALES, where you will follow signs to the BORDER.CROSS THE BORDER INTO NOGALES, MEXICO.From there, follow MEXICO 15 HERMOSILLO.Take MEXICO 15 to Mazatlan. NOTE: MAKE SURE THAT YOU TAKE THE D (TOLL) ROADS. You will thank yourself if you do.

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