U.S. Route 54

U.S. Route 54

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U.S. Route 54

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U.S. Route 54 is an east–west United States highway that runs northeast-southwest for 1,197 miles (1,926 km) from western Illinois to El Paso, Texas. It enters and leaves Texas twice. Union Pacific's Tucumcari Line runs parallel to US-54 from El Paso to Wichita, Kansas, which comprises about two-thirds of the route.

As of 2004, the highway's eastern terminus is Griggsville, Illinois, at Interstate 72 and Illinois Route 107. Its western terminus is El Paso, at the United States-Mexico border.

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|-|TX (El Paso)|20|32|-|NM|355|571|-|TX (Panhandle)|92|148|-|OK|56|90|-|KS|380|612|-|MO|279|449|-|IL|15|24|-|Total|1197|1926|}

New Mexico

US 54 enters New Mexico in Chaparral as part of the El Paso, Texas Metro area network. It also serves as a military highway to connect Fort Bliss in El Paso to Holloman Air Force Base in Alamogordo, New Mexico. The speed limit is 70 mph on the divided highway section upon entering the state to approximately south of Alamogordo, with a 35 mph zone in Orogrande. The limit is 60 mph from Alamogordo to Tularosa and 55 mph north of Tularosa. The highway runs north through the central portion of the state, running concurrently...
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