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« on: August 03, 2019, 10:43:46 pm »
I'm going to attempt to list all the federal routes as a first step in creating the system. Sources are:
http://www.sct.gob.mx/carreteras/direccion-general-de-servicios-tecnicos/datos-viales/2019/
http://www.sct.gob.mx/carreteras/direccion-general-de-conservacion-de-carreteras/longitud-red-federal/
http://www.gob.mx/imt/acciones-y-programas/red-nacional-de-caminos (GIS data)
A few preliminary remarks:
Routes have gaps through cities, and an alignment to continue through is not always signed. Branches and "business routes" share numbers with the main routes. Datos Viales appears to include many through-city routes that are not federally maintained; Longitud Red Federal includes some historic info on when portions were given to cities.

*1 Cabo San Lucas (19) - Tijuana
**Aeropuerto de los Cabos: branch (signed, at least in 2009)
**Cereso los Cabos: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; only appears in GIS)
**Caduaño: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; only appears in GIS)
**Miraflores: branch (signed as both 1 and blank, at least in 2009; GIS puts the end here, while DV and LRF say it's 2.2 km, which puts the end here)
**Santiago: branch (signed as both 1 and blank, at least in 2009; GIS puts the end here at the square, while DV and LRF say it's 2.3 km, which puts the end about here)
**Los Barriles: branch (signed as blank, at least in 2009; not in any source)
**La Paz: gap (I can't determine how it's signed, but it's not via the bypass; southbound (at least in 2009) both routes at the split after the airport are signed as 1, but a km post still exists on the west branch, which also connects to the Pichilingue branch; the east branch was probably "Libramiento Las Garzas", now locally maintained)
**Cicimar: branch (only in LRF as 2.2 km; it's not clear where it branches from 1)
**Pichilingue: branch (signed on at least one pair of km posts; GIS and DV call it 11; GIS shows it looping around the peninsula but DV and LRF end it approximately here)
**Aeropuerto de La Paz: branch (signed, at least in 2009)
**San Juan de la Costa: branch (signed, at least in 2009; ends approximately here, where it becomes BCS 163)
***CIB la Paz: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; only appears in GIS)
**Ejido Ley Federal de Aguas No. 5: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; not sure which part is federal and which is state)
***Aeropuerto de Ciudad Constitución: branch (can't determine if it's signed; locally maintained since 2009)
**Ciudad Constitución: gap (obvious route)
**Ciudad Insurgentes: gap (obvious route)
**Ejido Ley Federal de Aguas No. 2: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; not sure which part is federal and which is state)
**Puerto Escondido: branch (signed, at least in 2009; appears to go straight to the small southern dock)
**Aeropuerto de Loreto: branch (signed, at least in 2009)
**Aeropuerto de Palo Verde: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009)
**Santa Rosalia: gap (obvious route)
**San Ignacio: branch (signed as 1 and BCS blank, at least in 2009; 2.7 km puts the end at about this curve)
**Paredones: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009)
**Aeropista San Ignacio: branch (signed, at least in 2009)
**El Marasal: gap (obvious route)
**Vizcaíno: branch (signed, at least in 2009; LRF says it's 8 km, but is this from the junction or from somewhere west that maintenance begins?)
**Guerrero Negro: branch (signed, at least in 2009; no longer federally maintained; not clear where endpoint is/was (4.5 km))
**Aeropista Paralelo 28: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; only in LRF)
**Ejide Morelos: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; not in GIS but in DV and LRF)
**Santa Rosalillita: branch (signed, at least in 2009; in GIS but not DV or LRF)
**Aeropista Punta Prieta: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; only in LRF)
**Campamento Punta Prieta: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; only in LRF)
**Bahía de los Angeles: branch (signed; listed as 1 in DV and GIS, but 12 in LRF; as of 2009 there was one sign on the mainline marking it as 1 and several as blank; GIS shows the endpoint at the circle but the distance in LRF appears to continue to the end of the boulevard)
***Parador Bahía de los Angeles: branch (don't know where this is or if it's signed; GIS shows a branch east of the airport but it's more than 3 km)
**Aeropista Santa Inés: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; only in LRF)
**Hotel Presidente: branch (don't know where it is; only in LRF)
**Campamento San Simón: branch (don't know where it is; only in LRF)
**Santa María: loop (signed at north end, at least in 2009)
**Santa María: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; in GIS but not DV or LRF)
**Bahía San Quintin: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; in GIS but not DV or LRF)
**Observatorio San Pedro Mártir: branch (signed as blank, at least in 2009; taken over for maintenance in 2010)
**Ensenada: gap (signed via Avenida Reforma, General Agustin Sangines, Boulevard Lazaro Cardenas; also signed via Avenida Reforma, Calle Novena, Avenida 20 de Noviembre, Calle Decima; branches listed in LRF given to local maintenance in 2004)
**El Sauzal: gap (obvious route)
**Primo Tapia: gap (obvious route)
**Rosarito: gap (obvious route)
**Playas de Tijuana: branch (the 4.3 km section appears to begin here and follow what is signed as 1 and 1D to the Playas exit, but where is the 1.30 km section? east or west of this?)
**Tijuana: gap (probably makes sense to end it at the beltway)

*2 Playa Lauro Villar - Ciudad Acuña
**Matamoros: gap (signed via Manuel Cavazos Lerma and Calle 1a de Mayo?? note this sign with its arrow changed, but was that because of construction somewhere? there is a bunch of signage for 2 if you continue straight)
**Puente Internacional de Libre Comercio: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; locally maintained?)
**Rio Bravo: gap (signed westbound via both the bypass and the business route, at least in 2009; eastbound there's no business route access)
**Puente Internacional Reynosa-Pharr: branch (signed, at least north of 2 in 2009)
**Aeropuerto de Reynosa: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; only listed in LRF, not GIS)
**Reynosa: gap (signed via Boulevard Morelos, one-way pair straddling the canal)
**west of Anzalduas: loop (unsigned, at least in 2009)
**Gustavo Díaz Ordaz: branch? (unsigned, at least in 2009; locally maintained since 2007)
**Ciudad Camargo: branch (unsigned old alignment east of downtown, at least in 2009; signage is via bypass)
**Puente Internacional de Ciudad Camargo: branch (no idea if signed)
**Miguel Alemán/Los Guerra: gap (obvious route) and bypass (signed as blank, at least in 2009; not federally maintained in any source)
**Ciudad Mier: gap (not sure about route downtown) and bypass (locally maintained but signed)
**Aeropuerto de Nueva Ciudad Guerra: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009)
**Nueva Ciudad Guerra: loop (signed at both ends, at least in 2009)
**Nuevo Laredo: gap (signed via inner bypass past the airport) and bypass (signed as 2, although inventoried in GIS and LRF as 85)
**Aeropuerto de Nuevo Laredo: branch (signed, at least in 2009; locally maintained and in LRF as 85)
**Puente Internacional III: branch (signed, at least in 2009, but not in any source)
**Hidalgo: loop? (signed at west end, at least in 2008, but route is unclear; locally maintained since 2001)
**Guerrero: loop? (signed at east end, at least in 2009, but route is unclear; locally maintained since 2001)
**San Bernardo: branch? (unsigned?, at least in 2009; locally maintained since 2001)
**Piedras Negras: gap (signed via Boulevard Republica, but signs also point eastbound inside that bypass)
**Jiménez: gap (obvious route)
**Ciudad Acuña: gap (probably makes sense to take it along Boulevard Guerrero to H. Colegio Militar, where traffic for Presa de la Amistad is directed left)
**Aeropuerto de Ciudad Acuña: branch (not sure if it's signed)
**Presa de la Amistad: branch (not sure if it's signed; GIS shows other branches near the dam)
***El Mirador: branch (not sure if it's signed)

*2 Ojinaga (16) - El Ramireño (recent construction, only shown in GIS; not sure if it's signed)

*2 El Porvenir - Tijuana
**El Porvenir: km posts seem to begin here, where there is a big sign
**Puente Internacional El Porvenir: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009)
**Praxedis G. Guerrero: gap (obvious route)
**Guadalupe: gap (obvious route)
**Puente Internacional Porfirio Parra: branch (unsigned, both new and old)
**Nuevo Zaragoza/Puente Internacional Río Bravo: branch (unsigned and locally maintained; follows Avenida Ejercito Nacional with wye connection on Avenida Ramon Rayon)
**Ciudad Juárez: gap (poorly signed via the beltway, even though federal maintenance exists inside the beltway to Calle Ramon Rayon)
**Puerto Palomas: branch (not maintained but signed all the way to the border)
**Ascensión: gap (obvious route)
**Janos: gap (obvious route)
**El Berrendo: branch (probably signed; recently (and only partially?) built; only shown in GIS, not DV or LRF)
**Agua Prieta: gap (obvious route) and loop? (listed in LRF)
**Naco: branch (signed)
**Cananea: branch (obvious route) and branch? (listed in LRF; may be the road from the circle to Alvaro Obregon but it's not signed)
**Imuris: gap (obvious route)
**Imuris-Santa Ana: overlap with 15 appears to be unsigned
**Santa Ana: gap (obvious route)
**Altar: gap (obvious route)
**Heroica Caborca: gap (obvious route)
**Sonoyta: gap (obvious route)
**San Luis Rio Colorado: gap (obvious route)
**Aeropuerto de Mexicali: branch (mostly signed as BC 1 or BC 8, but signed on at least one sign in 2009; west end is unclear)
**Mexicali: gap (poorly signed via Calzada Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada, Boulevard Adolfo Lopez Mateos, Boulevard Lazaro Cardenas)
**Progreso: gap (obvious route)
**Tecate: gap (signed via Avenida Miguel Hidalgo at 3, but other signs imply Avenida Benito Juarez, which appears to be the historic route)
**Tijuana: gap (signed inside the beltway; GIS shows it going right at this split but LRF seems to show maintenance ending near the beltway; that split may be the best endpoint)

*3 El Chinero (5) - Tecate
**Ojos Negros: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; only appears in LRF, not GIS or DV)
**Ensenada: gap (signed via straight route to ocean, then Boulevard Lazaro Cardenas)
**Ensenada-El Sauzal: overlap with 1 doesn't appear to be signed
**El Sauzal: gap (obvious route)
**Campamento Guadalupe: branch (where?)
**Francisco Zarco: gap (obvious route) and branch (unsigned)
**Rancho Viejo: loop (unsigned)
**Nueva Colonia Hindú: gap (obvious route)
**Aeropista Tecate: branch (unsigned)
**Tecate: gap (signed to Avenida Miguel Hidalgo)

*5 Mexicali - Laguna Chapala
**Mexicali: gap (probably makes sense to take it to the border, since southbound traffic is signed from the crossing)
**El Faro: branch? (don't know where it is; only in LRF, not GIS or DV)
**San Felipe: gap (obvious route)
**Puertecitos: loop (don't know if it's signed; only in LRF, not GIS or DV)
**Laguna Chapala: south end is in the middle of nowhere per LRF and GIS; DV takes it back to 3 along an unpaved road that is signed as a through route to San Felipe from 3)

*8 Sonoyta - Puerto Peñasco
**Sonoyta: gap (signed via obvious route to border)
**Aeropuerto de Puerto Peñasco: branch (not sure where it is; only listed in LRF)
**Puerto Peñasco: gap (this may be the best endpoint, a major intersection with a sign for the town, although GIS shows maintenance ending farther east at Boulevard las Conchas)

*9 Cadereyta Jiménez (40) - Allende (85)
**Cadereyta Jiménez: GIS shows continuous maintenance around the east bypass; signage marks both bypasses as (to) 40 with NL 9 straight through the city - but south is also signed as NL 9; one correct sign exists on 40 showing the east bypass as 9, and there's probably nothing through downtown
**Atongo de Abajo: loop (not signed; only shown on GIS, partly along a dirt track)
**Allende: gap (signed around the east bypass)
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Re: Mexico
« Reply #1 on: August 09, 2019, 09:34:21 pm »
*10 El Sueco (45) - Janos (2)
**Buenaventura: gap (obvious route)
**Namiquipa: branch (signed as CHIH blank, at least in 2009; only federal for about 21 km; only shown on GIS, not DV or LRF)
**Hermenegildo Galeana: gap (obvious route)
**Mata Ortiz-Mesa del Huracán-El Willy: branches (disconnected from main route; only shown on GIS; don't know how it's signed; there's another disconnected piece south of Temósachic)
**Nuevo Casas Grandes: gap (signed via the eastern in-town bypass, though at least one sign points along the southern bypass (which would then lead traffic through downtown - or to the disconnected network at Mata Ortiz??))
**Janos: gap (obvious route)

*14 Hermosillo (15) - Moctezuma
**Ures: gap (obvious route)
**Moctezuma: maintenance ends roughly here (per GIS), a bit past km 165; bypass is shown as 14 in LRF but signed as 17 in both directions

*14 Morelia (15/43) - Uruapan (37)
**Morelia: gap (signed from circle downtown, where 43 also begins)
**Presa Cointzio: loop (unsigned, locally maintained)
**Santiago Undameo: branch (unsigned, locally maintained)
**Tiripetío: loop (signed at west end as both 14 and MICH blank; state maintained since 1995)
**Pátzcuaro: gap (obvious route)
**Uruapan: gap (ends at the east bypass, which carries 37)

*15 Ciudad de México - Nogales
**Ciudad de México: south end at Paseo de la Reforma/Avenida Constituyentes
**Parque Nacional Desierto de los Leones: branch (formerly signed, but changed to MEX (state) blank in 2011; only in GIS, not LRF or DV)
**San Lorenzo Acopilco: branch (signed as MEX (state) blank)
**Salazar: branch (signed as MEX (state) blank)
**Toluca: gap (signed southbound via Vialidad las Torres; northbound continues straight to the east end of the in-town bypass and then signage peters out)
**Zinacantepec: branch (unsigned)
**El Hospital: branch (signed as MEX (state) blank)
**Villa Victoria: branch (signed as MEX (state) blank on main 15 but at least one 15 sign survived to 2012; locally maintained since 2006; endpoint was somewhere around here)
**Valle de Bravo: branch (signed; ends just north of El Arco)
***Colorines: branch (signed as 15 and MEX (state) blank; ends where it merges with the main road west from El Arco)
**Zitácuaro: gap (signed via both obvious routes, through downtown and on the bypass, though the business route is only signed for 51 at both ends)
**Jungapeo/La Mora: branch (unsigned; locally maintained since 1995)
**Tuxpan: gap (obvious route)
**Ciudad Hidalgo: gap (signed on both the obvious business route and the bypass)
**Campamento Temazcal: branch (unsigned)
**Morelia: gap (signed along the obvious route through downtown)
**La Concepción: branch (unsigned; locally maintained)
**Quiroga: gap (signed via the business route and the bypass; the former is mostly signed for 120)
**Chupícuaro: branch? (unsigned; locally maintained)
**Naranja de Tapia: gap (obvious route)
**Zacapú: gap (obvious route on bypass; 0.9 km branch signed but locally maintained since 2006)
**Nogales-Etúcuaro-Valle Guadalupe: branch (unsigned; locally maintained)
**Tangancícuaro de Arista: gap (obvious route) and loop (unsigned; locally maintained)
**Francisco J. Mujíca: branch (unsigned; locally maintained)
**Camécuaro: branch (unsigned; locally maintained)
**Zamora/Jacona de Plancarte: gap (signed via southern bypass and business route, the latter very poorly through Zamora; northern bypass (in all sources as 15) is signed for 110 northbound and 15 southbound)
**Emiliano Zapata: gap (obvious route)
**San Antonio Guaracha: branch (signed as MICH blank; locally maintained)
**Jiquilpan de Juárez/Sahuayo de Morelos: gap (obvious route) and bypass (signed via Avenida Circunvalación, locally maintained since 2007); what's with the newly-constructed bypass?
**Cojumatlán de Régules: gap (obvious route)
**Tizapán el Alto: gap (obvious route)
**Tuxcueca: gap (obvious route)
**San Luis Soyatlán: gap (obvious route)
**Acatlán: branch (signed as and logically forms part of 80)
**Guadalajara: gap (signed poorly via southwest part of beltway)
**El Arenal: gap (obvious route)
**Amatitán: gap (obvious route)
**Autopista-Tequila: branch (not signed with shields except on 15D; distance sign says JAL blank)
**Tequila: gap (obvious route)
**Magdalena: gap (obvious route)
**Ixtlán del Rio: gap (obvious route)
**Ahuacatlán: gap (obvious route)
**Tequepexpan: branch (signed; maintained as part of 15D)
**Laguna Santa María del Oro: branch (signed; most signs say 5 instead of 15, even on km posts!) with gap (obvious route)
***Cerro Blanco: branch (signed as blank)
**Tepetiltic: branch (signed)
**Nuevo aeropuerto de Tepic: branch (signed as blank)
**San Cayetano: gap (obvious route)
**Camichin de Jauja: branch (signed)
**Tepic-Aguamilpa: branch (signed as 11!)
***Bellavista-Francisco I. Madero: branch (signed as 9! (even on 15D))
***San Rafael: branch (unsigned)
**Tepic: gap (signed poorly via both business route and bypass)
**Estación Nanchi: branch (signed as blank) with gap (obvious route)
**Estación Ruiz/El Venado: branch (signed as NAY blank and 26!, but as 15 coming off 15D; GIS shows federal maintenance to the state line, plus a disconnected branch bypassing San Juan Peyotan; don't know how far signs go)
***Estación Ruiz: gap (route is not obvious or signed, but what the Goog shows as the main road is all paved with directional signs for towns, at least east of the tracks)
***Jesus Maria: gap (obvious route)
**Tuxpan: branch (signed as blank)
**Ejido Playa Novillero: branch (signed as 23!)
***Tecuala: gap (not sure how it's signed if at all)
***Pajaritos: branch (not sure how it's signed)
***Quimichis: branch (not sure how it's signed)
**Acaponeta: branch (signed as blank and NAY 1; in DV and LRF but not GIS)
**Ojo de Agua de Palmillas: gap (obvious route)
**Escuinapa: gap (signed via one-way pair)
**Villa Unión: gap (obvious route)
**Aeropuerto de Mazatlán: branch (signed)
**Mazatlán: gap (signed via bypass, and via Avenida Gabriel Leyva, Avenida Insurgentes, Internacional; signs are missing in the downtown area)
**Piggy Back-Entronque Costa Rica: branch (signed as 15D in both directions; listed as state maintained in DV (as SIN 5) and GIS (as SIN 315))
**Culiacán: gap (poorly signed via Heroico Colegio Militar, Gabriel Leyva Solano) and partial southern bypass (signed as 15 eastbound and 15D westbound)
**Guamúchil: gap (obvious route)
**El Burrión: loop (signed at north end)
**Aeropuerto de los Mochis: branch (signed as SIN blank, including on km posts)
**Trébol de los Mochis (Glorieta): what is this in LRF? It's apparently the cloverleaf with SIN 23, but why is it listed as trunk length?
**Estación FF.CC. Los Mochis: branch (not sure where or if it's signed)
**Navojoa: gap (obvious route)
**Aeropuerto de Ciudad Obregón: branch (signed on at least one sign)
**Ciudad Obregón: gap (signed via Avenida Miguel Aleman and via Calle Sufragio Efectivo/Calle Jalisco)
**Esperanza: gap (obvious route)
**Vicam: gap (obvious route)
**Empalme: gap (obvious route)
**Guaymas: gap (obvious route)
**Aeropuerto de Guaymas: branch (unsigned; locally maintained since 1997)
**San Carlos: branch (signed; state maintained; 20 km per LRF, which takes it to near the Cactus Garden)
**Hermosillo: gap (signed via bypass on Periferico Sur, Boulevard Ganaderos, part of which was federally maintained until 2006; business route is also signed if you stay straight)
**Aeropuerto de Hermosillo: branch (unsigned; nowhere near 15; only in LRF, not DV or GIS)
**Carbo: branch (signed as SON blank; shown as SON 182 in GIS)
**Benjamín Hill: branch (unsigned)
**Santa Ana: gap (obvious route)
**Magdalena de Kino: gap (obvious route) and bypass (signed as 15, not 15D)
**San Ignacio: branch (signed)
**Imuris: gap (obvious route)
**Aeropuerto de Nogales: branch (unsigned)
**Nogales: gap (obvious route to border) and bypass (listed only in LRF, probably Boulevard L.D. Colosio, which is unsigned)

*16 Ojinaga - Hermosillo (15)
**Ojinaga: gap (eastbound signage ends where maintenance does, at Boulevard Camargo (CHIH 67), but signs do point from the bridge along the obvious route; a couple branches were given to the city in 2011, including along Avenida Morelos to the train station)
**Coyame: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009)
**Aldama: gap (obvious route, but turns aren't signed, and with no signage at the west end of the business route it acts more like a branch, ending where maintenance ends about here) and bypass (signed but locally maintained)
**Aeropuerto de Chihuahua: branch with gap (unsigned?)
**Chihuahua: gap (signed westbound via Avenida Teófilo Borunda and Periferico de la Juventud, but eastbound signage is missing for most of the route, and doesn't appear on the alternate via Vialidad CH-P until you pass downtown)
**Chihuahua-Cuauhtémoc: state maintained, but signed as federal
**Cuauhtémoc: gap (signed westbound through downtown but eastbound on southern bypass); southern outer bypass under construction
**La Junta: westbound is signed the long way around to avoid a left turn; if you instead go straight, 16 is signed to continue into La Junta, probably an error
**Hermosillo: gap (signed to Periferico Sur, which carries 15)

*17 Moctezuma (14) - Agua Prieta (2)
**Moctezuma: gap (signed via west bypass, which is in LRF as 14; straight into downtown is signed for 14)
**Nacozari de García: gap (obvious route) and loop (signed at both ends, at least in 2009)
**Esqueda: gap (obvious route)
**Fronteras: gap (obvious route)

*19 San Pedro (1) - Cabo San Lucas (1)
**Todos Santos: gap (obvious route, though trucks are directed around an in-town bypass) and bypass (signed; most signs for the business route omit 19 shields, but there is at least one at the south end)
**Cabo San Lucas: bypass (only signed route)
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Re: Mexico
« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2019, 08:12:41 pm »
*22 Rincón de Romos (45) - Ciénega Grande (25) (DV calls it 39, but everything else including signage has 22)
**Rincón de Romos: gap (obvious route)
**San Antonio: gap (obvious route)
**Tepezalá: gap (obvious route)
**Asientos: gap (obvious route, but the main Asientos turnoff is also signed as 22)

*23 Chapala - Guadalajara
**Chapala-Entronque Santa Rosa: state maintained but signed as federal; DV shows it going all the way to Entronque Jocotepec but the federally maintained bypass of Jocotepec is signed as 110!; several signs in Chapala show 44 (which is probably an old number); not sure where a good endpoint would be
**Aeropuerto de Guadalajara: branch (unsigned)
**Guadalajara: gap (very poorly signed; there may be no signs at all for 23 in the city; the best endpoint may be Calzada Lazaro Cardenas)

*23 Guadalajara - Entronque Malpaso (54)
**Guadalajara: gap (very poorly signed; there may be no signs at all for 23 in the city; the southernmost signs I can find are where maintenance begins at Entronque Tesistán, with JAL 125 or 126 continuing to Guadalajara)
**Tesistán: branch (signed as JAL 125; shown in DV)
**Garcia de la Cadena: gap (obvious route)
**Teúl de la González Ortega: gap (obvious route on bypass; LRF shows two spurs for the business route, which is signed at the north end)
**Santa Maria de la Paz: gap (obvious route on bypass)
**Tepechitlán: gap (obvious route on bypass; LRF shows two spurs for the business route, which is signed at the south end)
**Tlaltenango de Sánchez Román: gap (obvious route on bypass; LRF shows two spurs for the business route, which is unsigned)
**Salzares: gap (obvious route)
**Momax: gap (obvious route on bypass; LRF shows two spurs for the business route, which is unsigned)
**Cototlán: gap (obvious route)
**Santa Maria de los Angeles: gap (obvious route)
**Huejúcar: gap (obvious route on bypass)
**Tepetongo: gap (obvious route)
**Jeréz de Garcia Salinas: gap (poorly signed northbound on Alameda Sur and 5 de Mayo, southbound assumed to be del Santuario) and bypass (signed but locally maintained)
**Fresnillo: branch
***Jeréz de Garcia Salinas: gap (poorly signed on Alameda Sur) and bypass (signed but locally maintained)
***Fresnillo: gap (probably makes the most sense to take it straight around the in-town bypass to 45)
**Malpaso: branch (signed)

*23 San Francisco de Mezquital - Durango
**San Francisco de Mezquital: gap (federal maintenance ends just past the bridge; km posts end at the south side of town)
**Durango: gap (can't find any signage past the end of federal maintenance here)

*23 Entronque José Guadalupe Aguilera (45) - Guanacevi
**José Guadalupe Aguilera: gap (obvious route)
**Canatlán: gap (obvious route)
**Nuevo Ideal: gap (obvious route)
**Santiago Papasquiaro: gap (obvious route)
**Santa Catarina de Tepehuanes: gap (obvious route on bypass, but business route is also signed at south end, at least in 2009)

*24 Entronque Nuevo Palomas (16) - Pericos (15)
**San Francisco Javier de Satevó: branch (signed)
**Santa Gertrudis/Naica: branch (signed, but don't know what's signed once you get to Santa Gertrudis, where GIS shows several branches)
**Valle de Zaragoza: branch (signed; not sure how you get 2.6 miles)
**Hidalgo del Parral: gap (signed via the north bypass) and east bypass (mostly signed as 24 northbound and 45 southbound, but at least one sign points 24 southbound)
**Guadalupe y Calvo: branch (don't know if it's signed, but it probably is, since it's the original main line)
**Puerto Sabinal-Bacacoragua: unconstructed
**Badiraguato: gap (obvious route)

*25 Entronque Rivier (45) - San Marcos (DV calls it 66 (as does GIS in ZAC), but everything else including signage has 25)
**General José María Morelos y Pavón: gap (obvious route)
**Villa Juárez: gap (obvious route)
**San Pedro: branch (unsigned; appears to be signed as AGS 43; GIS calls it 38!)
**Loreto: gap (at least one ancient sign exists northbound; a newer sign directs southbound traffic around downtown on Real de Angeles, which was recently paved along with whatever street this is to the right, where you then have to make a U-turn)
**San Marcos: maintenance appears to end about here

*29 Morelos (57) - Ciudad Acuña
**Morelos: gap (obvious route)
**Zaragoza: gap (obvious route)
**Ciudad Acuña: gap (probably makes sense to take it with 2 along Boulevard Guerrero to H. Colegio Militar)
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Re: Mexico
« Reply #3 on: August 11, 2019, 08:15:08 pm »
*30 DGO/TAM/NL/COA

*34 DGO

*35 JAL/NL/MICH

*36 DGO

*37 JAL/GTO/SLP/MICH

*38 NL


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Re: Mexico
« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2019, 08:15:31 pm »
*40 Entronque Villa Unión (15) - Reynosa
**Villa Unión: gap (obvious route to 15)
**Concordia: gap (obvious route)
**La Ciudad: gap (obvious route)
**El Salto: gap (obvious route)
**Otinapa: branch (signed as Mexico blank; only shown in DV; not in LRF or GIS, so is probably gone)
**Durango: gap (signed eastbound via Avenida Sahuatoba, Boulevard Armando del Castillo, Boulevard Estacion Central? (this part is poorly signed), Avenida Jesus Garcia? (south of the tracks), Boulevard Francisco Villa; westbound via Boulevard Francisco Villa, Boulevard Felipe Pescador, Boulevard Armando del Castillo, Avenida Sahuatoba; north bypass is signed as 40D; south bypass is not signed as 40, and is inventoried as 45 in all three sources; LRF shows a former branch? to Parque Guadiana)
**Aeropuerto de Durango: former branch (now part of 40D)
**Cinco de Mayo: gap (obvious route)
**Francisco I. Madero: gap (obvious route)
**Guadalupe Victoria: gap (obvious route)
**Cuencamé: gap and bypass (business route signed along the in-town bypass; although 49 is signed along both routes)
**Velardeña: branch (only listed in LRF; signed as 34 and DGO blank)
**León Guzmán: gap (obvious route)
**Ciudad Lerdo: southern bypass (unsigned)
**Ciudad Lerdo/Gómez Palacio/Torreón: bypass (all locally maintained?) and gap (business route is very poorly signed, disappearing through Ciudad Lerdo and signed poorly on Boulevard Miguel Alemán and Boulevard Revolucion)
**Villa Juárez: branch with gaps (completely unsigned on both routes, from Torreón and the connection to the circle)
**Gómez Palacio-La Unión: branch with gaps (signed, at least on one sign)
***La Hermita: gap (obvious route)
***Nazareno: gap (obvious route)
***Picardias: gap (obvious route)
***La Unión: gap (federal maintenance apparently used to end here but now ends somewhere north of there)
**Gómez Palacio-Tlahualilo de Zaragoza: branch (signed; LRF shows it continuing to 49 at Cartagena but this is signed as DGO blank and listed as such in DV)
***Gómez Palacio: gap (south end is unclear, but makes the most sense at the bypass)
***Francisco I. Madero: branch (unsigned except at east end (which appears to match km posts in DV)?; federal maintenance ends at state line)
***Jiménez: gap (obvious route)
***Tlahualilo de Zaragoza: gap (federal maintenance apparently ends here; km posts in DV end here)
**Matamoros: gap (obvious route using in-town bypass, but business route is also signed westbound)
**San Pedro de las Colonias: branch
**Saltillo: gap (signed along in-town bypass on Periferico Luis Echeverria-Boulevard Vito Alessio Robles-Boulevard Nazario O. Garza; this last turn is not signed eastbound, but then after turning a sign points left on Boulevard Isidro Lopez Z. despite going straight being the apparent route; eastbound traffic is also pointed along Calzada Francisco I. Madero, but subsequent signs are for 54 instead)
**Monterrey: gap (signed along Boulevard Gustavo Diaz Ordaz (30), Boulevard Antonio L. Rodriguez (22), then eastbound on Avenida I. Morones Prieto (20) and westbound on Avenida Constitucion (22), then both ways on Avenida Benito Juárez (16); also signed westbound on Avenida San Jerónimo (28) and Boulevard Gustavo Diaz Ordaz (30) (as a truck route?))
**Cadereyta Jiménez: gap (signed on in-town bypass (which includes a toll!); at least one sign exists for the business route, at the eastbound split)
**China: bypass (appears to be the only route signed as 40; locally maintained business route is signed as 35)
**General Bravo: gap (obvious route)
**Reynosa: gap (probably makes sense to end it downtown at 2); also western bypass (not sure how it's signed, but it goes to 2 with a branch to Anzalduas); also southern bypass (locally maintained since 2007, but signed as 40 westbound and as 2 eastbound); also outer bypass (Viaducto Reynosa east to 97, since 2017; not sure how it's signed)

*41 MICH

*43 GTO/MICH

*44 ZAC/NAY

*45 Entronque Portezuelo (85) - Ciudad Juárez
**Huichapan: loop (signed as HGO blank; very little is federally maintained)
**Entronque Pachuca-Querétaro: 57 overlap (poorly signed, if at all)
**Querétaro/El Pueblito: gap (signed on obvious route)
**Entronque Tejeda: branch? (state maintained; listed in LRF but without details)
**Apaseo el Alto: loop (all locally maintained since 1995; only signed at the exit at each end)
**Apaseo el Grande: branch? (all locally maintained since 1995; now signed as GTO 8 )
**Celaya: gap (signed via Avenue Constituyentes)
**Cortazar: branch (signed; locally maintained since 2004; maintenance ended just south of Rio Laja)
**Ciudad Militar Sarabia: branch (signed)
**Salamanca: bypass and gap (bypass is signed; the km posts use the through-city route (via Calle Morelos?), but this is all locally maintained and only signed at the ends; DV says the bypass is state maintained)
**Irapuato: bypass and gap (both signed, with bypass route overlapping 45D for a bit)
**El Copal: branch? (only listed in LRF)
**Silao: loop (only signed at the exit at the north end; locally maintained)
**León: gap (southbound traffic is directed to use the new bypass, which DV says is state maintained, but GIS shows is partly federally maintained; northbound signage is missing; none of the older route is federally maintained)
**Lagos de Moreno: bypass (the only signed route of 45, even though km posts follow the through-city route, which is still maintained north of the circle with 80)
**Encarnación de Diaz: gap (signed along the in-town bypass)
**Aeropuerto de Aguascalientes: branch (signed)
**Libramiento Surponiente de Aguascalientes: branch (signed, though most northbound signs are for 70; state maintained since 2007; DV calls it A40)
**Aguascalientes: gap (traffic is directed around the east side of Avenida Siglo XXI (signage northbound is tiny), but km posts appear to count from the historic intersection with 70 at Nieto/Juan de Montoro/Jose Maria Chavez/5 de Mayo; there is also signage on the historic route and along Avenida Heroe de Nacozari)
**Jesus Gomez Portugal: gap (obvious route)
**San Francisco de los Romo: loop with gap (signed; DV shows that the bypass is state maintained, but LRF and GIS disagree)
**Pabellón de Arteaga: branch (DV shows 4.64 km, which takes it east to 71, but it is signed only at the west end and maintained only at the east end)
**Rincón de Romos: loop with gap (signed)
**Cosio: gap (obvious route, but the exits are also signed as 45, though there is no obvious business route)
**Entronque Cosio-Entronque Cuauhtémoc: branch (signed as 45, 45D, AGS 76, and maybe other routes; according to GIS about half of it is ZAC 181, which then continues on the free route to Guadalupe)
**Luis Moya: gap (obvious route)
**Esteban San Castorena: gap (obvious route)
**Ojocaliente: gap (obvious route using in-town bypass)
**Trancoso: only follows bypass (old route given to city in 2003 and no longer signed)
**Guadalupe-Zacatecas: gap (well-signed to use both the obvious through route and the southern bypass; the latter is federally maintained between the two cities)
**Entronque Morelos-Entronque Noria de Gringos: old southbound lanes (not signed as anything)
**Aeropuerto de Zacatecas: branch (signed)
**Victor Rosales: gap (route through city is obviously not able to handle much traffic, so all 45 traffic is signed to use the 45D toll bypass; the only part that's federally maintained is at the north end, where there are several signs)
**Enrique Estrada: gap (obvious route, but southbound 45 traffic is directed to use the 45D toll bypass and there is no 45 signage north of the end of federal maintenance)
**General Félix U. Gómez: bypass and gap (only signed on the bypass at the south end; signed both ways at the north end; federal maintenance is continuous on the bypass, but only the north end of the business route is maintained)
**Fresnillo: gap (obvious route on in-town bypass; LRF appears to also list some sort of bypass towards 44 west ("Libramiento rumbo a Valparaíso"))
**Rio Florida: gap (obvious route)
**Sain Alto: branch (given to city 2007; now signed as ZAC blank)
**Arenal: loop with gap (unsigned)
**Sombrerete: bypass and gap (both signed with obvious route at gap)
**San Martin: branch (unsigned)
**Vicente Guerrero: branch (locally maintained but signed both ways (!) from 45; was 0.9 km)
**Graceros/San Francisco Javier: branch with gaps (signed as DGO blank)
**Nombre de Dios: bypass and gap (both signed)
**Durango: gap (northbound is signed via the obvious route with a single right turn; southbound signage goes east on Avenida Jesus Garcia (south of the tracks), southwest on Boulevard Francisco Villa, and east on the main highway; what's with the bypass, partially inventoried as 45 in all three sources?)
**San Vincent de Chupaderos: loop (unsigned)
**El Morcillo/Presa Peña del Aguila: bypass (signed)
**Bruno Martinez: branch (signed; GIS shows the exact extent on OSM, but this is partly unpaved)
**Medina: branch (unsigned)
**Villa las Nieves: gap (obvious route)
**Villa Ocampo: branch (unsigned)
**Villa Matamoros: gap (obvious route)
**Hidalgo del Parral: gap (signed along the bypass, though at least one sign shows it on the old route)
**Valle de Allende via Talamantes: branch (unsigned)
**Valle de Allende: branch (signed as CHIH 73)
**Estacion Morita: branch (unsigned)
**Pueblito de Allende: branch (unsigned)
**Saláices: branch (unsigned)
**Jiménez-Camargo: toll (signed as both 45 and 45D)
**Camargo: gap (obvious route); bypass (signed as 45 at north end and 45D at south end with CHIH 69; state maintained)
**La Cruz: gap (obvious route)
**Saucillo: gap (obvious route)
**Saucillo-Delicias: toll (signed as both 45 and 45D)
**Delicias/Meoqui: loop with gaps (appears to be completely unsigned, even where federally maintained, except southbound at the exit for the north end)
**Chihuahua: gap (signed via Periferico V. Lombardo Toledano, Calle Palestina, Vialidad Sacramento, and Avenida los Nogales, but southbound traffic is also directed to continue past Avenida los Nogales and turn right on Avenida Homero to Periferico de la Juventud and Periferico Francisco R. Almada, and Avenida H. Colegio Militar is also signed as 45, cutting east on Yucatán to reach Vialidad Sacramento; finally, northbound traffic on Periferico de la Juventud is sent past Avenida Homero to the second intersection with Circuito Universitario; the most consistent route seems to be the first)
**Sacramento: loop (signed as 45; bypass is 45D)
**Nuevas Delicias: branch (unsigned)
**El Sueco-Ahumada: toll (signed as 45 and maybe also 45D)
**Ahumada: gap (obvious route)
**Samalayuca: loop and branch (only the branch from the middle of the bypass is signed)
**Ciudad Juárez: gap (2 is probably the most logical endpoint)

*48 Jerónimo (2) - Santa Teresa: pretty consistently signed as 48, with a few signs for CHIH 48 (its continuation south of 2); all sources show it as a branch of 2
**Anapra: branch (signed as CHIH blank; only in GIS, not DV or LRF)

*49 ZAC/DGO/CHIH/SLP
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Re: Mexico
« Reply #5 on: August 11, 2019, 08:15:54 pm »
*51 JAL/GTO/GRO/MICH

*52 GTO

*53 NL/COA

*54 JAL/ZAC/TAM/NL/COA/COL

*55 QRO/MEX/GRO

*57 GTO/QRO/HGO/MEX/SLP/NL/COA/CDMX

*58 NL


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Re: Mexico
« Reply #6 on: August 11, 2019, 08:16:27 pm »
*61 GTO/MICH

*62 ZAC/SLP

*63 SLP

*68 NAY

*69 QRO/SLP


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Re: Mexico
« Reply #7 on: August 11, 2019, 08:17:48 pm »
*70 Tampico - Jalpa (54)
**Tampico: gap (federal maintenance ended at intersection with Avenida Morelos until 2003; westbound is signed from Avenida Miguel Hidalgo (and, at least in 2009, there's an eastbound sign there facing what's now wrong-way traffic)
**Tamos: gap (obvious route)
**San Antonio Rayón: branch (signed as SLP blank (at the south end) and 70 (along the route); LRF says it is a federally maintained state highway; the north end appears to be at the end of the Río Tamesí bridge)
**Tamuín: gap (obvious route)
**Ciudad Valles: bypass and gap (both routes signed; business route uses the alignment overlapping 85)
**Agua Buena: branch with gap through Tamasopo (signed; no signage through Tamasopo, but trucks are directed on the Avenida Ferrocarril bypass)
**Canoas: branch (signed as Mexico blank (at least in 2009))
**Nogales: branch (unsigned (at least in 2009))
**Cárdenas: branch with gap (signed? NOTE that 70 overlaps 70D west of this junction, which is not what OSM or the Goog shows - is the dead-end old alignment still part of 70?)
**Rayón: branch (from east end of old alignment; mostly locally maintained; signed as Mexico blank (at least in 2009))
**Rioverde/Ciudad Fernández: gap (obvious route)
**San Luis Potosí: gap (west end of 70 signage is on the east side, where it meets 57 and 80; 80 is signed along the southern inner bypass, although signage seems to be missing eastbound)
**San Luis Potosí-Ojuelos de Jalisco: 80 overlap (poorly signed, if at all, but shown in DV)
**Ojuelos de Jalisco: gap (signed on Calle Miguel Hidalgo from westbound 80; locally maintained toll bypass is signed as 70D westbound only)
**Norias de Paso Hondo: loop (signed)
**Asturias: branch (unsigned, former? not sure where this was)
**Aguascalientes: gap (signed along Avenida Lopez Mateos, but km posts appear to count from the historic intersection with 45 at Nieto/Juan de Montoro/Jose Maria Chavez/5 de Mayo)
**km 25: branch (unsigned; is this the old alignment?)
**Milpillas: loop (signed; note that the actual branch to Milpillas is AGS 96)
**Centro de Transferencia: loop (unsigned)
**km 42: branch (unsigned; is this the old alignment?)
**Malpaso: branch (not all maintained, but is signed; GIS says it ends at Calle Laurel but other sources say only 3.1 km, which takes it to the obvious change in quality at Calle Linda Vista)
**Ojocaliente: gap (obvious route)
**Calvillo: gap (km posts follow the locally-maintained bypass; both routes are signed as 70)
**La Rinconada: bypass (signed as 70; can't determine if the old route is also still signed as 70)
**La Higuera: gap (obvious route)
**Santa Juana: gap (obvious route)
**Los Santiagos: gap (obvious route)
**Jalpa: gap (not sure if signage ends at the 54 bypass or business route)
**Tlaltenango de Sánchez Román: proposed extension

*70 Entronque Ameca (15) - Mascota
**at least one sign calls it 90, probably the old number
**Ameca: gap (obvious route)
**Mascota: maintenance and signage appears to end here

*71 La Barca (35) - Atotonilco el Alto (90)
**La Barca: gap (obvious route, but doesn't seem to be signed; maintenance apparently ends at Sabino)

*71 Tepatitlán (80) - Yahualica de González Gallo (formerly a branch of 80, and still listed as such in LRF)
**Tepatitlán: gap (obvious route, but there may be no signs south of 80D)
**Yahualica de González Gallo: gap (obvious route, with at least one km post on the locally maintained portion, but the end isn't obvious, so it probably makes the most sense to end it where maintenance ends)

*71 Villa Hidalgo - Entronque Penitencaría (70)
**Villa Hidalgo: gap (per km posts, it seems to have ended at Morelos, but a quick look doesn't turn up any signage past the end of maintenance where the median begins; part of JAL 205 beyond is federally maintained?)

*71 Providencia (45) - Luis Moya (45)
**El Chayote: branch (only shown in GIS, and isn't signed or maintained to any sort of standard)
**Coecillo: gap (obvious route)

*72 NAY

*74 NAY

*76 NAY

*78 NAY


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Re: Mexico
« Reply #8 on: August 11, 2019, 08:18:16 pm »
*80 JAL/ZAC/SLP/TAM

*81 TAM

*82 TAM

*83 TAM

*84 JAL/GTO

*85 Ciudad de México - Nuevo Laredo
**Ciudad de México: south end at Acueducto Guadalupe
**Ecatepec: gap (obvious route)
**Tizayuca: gap (obvious route)
**Pachuca: gap? (GIS shows no gap, with 85 using only the southwestern bypass, but LRF says a bunch was given to the state in 2000, along with a branch to Aeropuerto Ingeniero Juan Guillermo Villasana, a truck access road, another bypass, and something to Santa Catarina (?))
**Actopan: bypass (signed but not federally maintained?); loop (where? given to state in 2000?)
**Ixmiquilpan: loop (where?)
**Tasquillo: loop (signed at south end; HGO blank at north end)
**Zimapán: loop (signed)
**Jacala: loop (where?)
**Tamazunchale: gap (obvious route)
**Matlapa: gap (obvious route)
**Ciudad Valles: gap (obvious route)
**Ciudad Mante: gap (signed both on the bypass and the business route, though the latter is poorly signed)
**Llera de Canales: branch (locally maintained since 2008, but signed; not sure where the north end is)
**Ciudad Victoria: gap (signed via the in-town bypass)
**El Carmen: branch (unsigned; locally maintained since 2010)
**Linares: gap (only signed via the bypass, even though GIS shows the business route is federally maintained south of NL 112/NL 113
**Monterrey: gap (signed northbound via Avenida Eugenio Garza Sada (25), Carretera Nacional, Calle Pedro Martinez, Avenida Constitución (express), Avenida Cuauhtémoc (15), Avenida Alfonso Reyes (15), Avenida Universidad (17), Boulevard José López Portillo (15), southbound via Boulevard José López Portillo (15), Avenida Universidad (17), but then signage disappears and you have to turn either way on Avenida Nogalar/Avenida Fidel Velázquez (210) - if you go east, signs reappear pointing south on Avenida Félix U. Gómez (25), Avenida Eugenio Garza Sada (25) - note that this is NOT the western bypass route shown on OSM or the Goog, although there are some older 85 signs on it)
**Ciénega de Flores: gap (obvious route)
**Cuesta de Mamulique: loop (old alignment; unsigned)
**Sabinas Hidalgo: gap (signed both through town and on the bypass (officially NL 259))
**Nuevo Laredo: gap (probably best to end it at 2, though at least one sign shows it continuing north; inner bypass west from here was maintained as part of 85 until 1997, along with a short branch to the airport; outer bypass is 85 in LRF and GIS but is signed as 2)

*88 HGO

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Re: Mexico
« Reply #9 on: August 11, 2019, 08:18:51 pm »
*90 JAL/GTO/MICH/OAX

*93 GRO/PUE

*95 CDMX/MOR

*97 TAM

*98 COL


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Re: Mexico
« Reply #10 on: August 11, 2019, 08:19:23 pm »
*101 SLP/TAM

*102 HGO/SLP/VER

*105 HGO/VER

*106 MEX/MOR

*107 TAM

*110 JAL/GTO/COL/MICH

*111 QRO

*113 MEX/CDMX/MOR

*114 ZAC

*115 MEX/MOR/PUE

*117 PUE/TLAX

*119 HGO/PUE/TLAX

*120 GTO/QRO/SLP/MICH

*121 PUE/TLAX

*125 VER/OAX/PUE

*126 MEX/MICH

*127 HGO/VER

*129 VER/PUE/TLAX

*130 HGO/VER/PUE

*131 VER/OAX/PUE

*132 HGO/MEX

*134 MEX/GRO/MICH

*135 OAX/PUE

*136 MEX/PUE/TLAX

*138 MOR

*140 VER/PUE

*142 MEX

*144 PUE

*145 VER/OAX

*147 VER/OAX

*150 MEX/CDMX/PUE

*152 TLAX

*160 MEX/MOR/PUE

*161 OAX

*162 MOR

*166 GRO/MOR

*172 VER

*175 VER/OAX

*176 YUC

*179 VER/OAX

*180 TAM/CAM/QR/TAB/YUC

*182 OAX/PUE

*184 QR/YUC

*185 VER/OAX

*186 CAM/CHIS/QR/TAB

*187 CHIS/TAB

*188 CAM

*190 MEX/CHIS/OAX/PUE

*195 CHIS/TAB

*196 GRO

*198 GRO

*199 CHIS

*200 JAL/COL/CHIS/GRO/MICH/NAY/OAX

*201 CAM

*202 CAM

*203 CHIS/TAB

*211 CHIS

*217 CAM

*221 CAM

*225 CHIS

*259 CAM

*261 CAM/YUC

*281 YUC

*293 QR

*295 QR/YUC

*307 CHIS/QR

*Q20 QRO