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El Camino Real Corridor Plan for Dona Ana County, NM


Date Published: July 2015


This corridor enhancement plan focuses on a series of improvements along the 92-mile corridor in Doña Ana County, New Mexico. The corridor is part of the official El Camino Real Scenic ByWay that stretches from the border of Mexico to north of Santa Fe. Using criteria from the National Scenic ByWay and Housing and Urban Development's Livability Principles, the Corridor Enhancement Plan proposes four catalytic projects with the ultimate goal of providing more economic opportunities for the region and area residents.

Keywords: New Mexico; transportation; infrastructure; land use; economic development

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  • Doña Ana County (Viva Dona Ana)
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  • Peer Approved