Interstate 25 (abbreviated I- 25) is a part of the interstate highway system in the United States. On the odd number can be seen that the route runs primarily in north-south direction. It officially begins at Interstate 10 and U.S. Highway 180 in Las Cruces, New Mexico and ends in Buffalo, Wyoming on Interstate 90 and U.S. Highway 87
Important towns on this Interstate
- Las Cruces, New Mexico
- Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Las Vegas, New Mexico
- Raton, New Mexico
- Pueblo, Colorado
- Colorado Springs, Colorado
- Denver, Colorado
- Fort Collins, Colorado
- Cheyenne, Wyoming
- Casper, Wyoming
From Las Cruces Interstate 25 runs together with U.S. Highway 85 in the north and meets in the north of the city on U.S. Highway 70 I- 25 happened here parallel to the Rio Grande and the White Sands Missile Range near the Caballo Lake also places as Truth or Consequences or Elephant Butte. South of Socorro branches off of U.S. Highway 380 and between Socorro and Bernardo also used by the U.S. Highway 60, the route of I- 25th To the west of Los Lunas it meets the New Mexico State Route 6, the route of the former Route 66
At the heart of Albuquerque, the largest city of New Mexico, the route of Interstate 25 and U.S. Highway 85 is crossed by Interstate 40 on the Big I. The I- 25 runs in the center of the city parallel to State Route 47 and passes it to the east of the Albuquerque International Sunport or the Isotopes Park. She leaves the city in a north-easterly direction. In the north of Bernalillo branches of U.S. Highway 550 from west and Interstate exits the Rio Grande.
From Santa Fe, the capital of New Mexico, also use the U.S. Highways 84 and 285, the route. The U.S. 285 leaves but already close to Eldorado again. The I-25 runs south to the Santa Fe National Forest along before the U.S. 84 leaves the route near Las Vegas. From Las Vegas it leads back to the north and take in Springerville on U.S. Highways 56 and 412 uses the south of Raton U.S. Highway 64 for a few miles and the route from the exit 451 north of the city is also the route from the U.S. Highway 87 used, so that the I-25 achieved together with the U.S. 85 and U.S. 87 on the Raton Pass, the border with Colorado.
Interstate 25 runs in Colorado in a northerly direction. From Trinidad to Walsenburg uses of U.S. Highway 160, the common route of I-25 and U.S. Highways 85 and 87 in the north of Pueblo Interstate meets U.S. Highway 50 and south of Colorado Springs it happens in the West, the Fort Carson. In the town center uses U.S. Highway 24, the route of the Interstate for about three kilometers. In the north of Castle Rock leaves the U.S. 85, the route of I- 25th
With the cross of the State Route 470 to Interstate 25 reaches the metropolitan area of Denver. To the west of Cherry Creek State Park Interstate 225 branches off to the east, and shortly thereafter the U.S. Highway 285 from. From the Exit 207B uses of U.S. 85 and from the center and U.S. Highway 6 to the intersection with the Interstate 70, the route together. At Mile High Stadium they strikes the U.S. Highways 40 and 287 in the north of the city, the I-25 is crossed by Interstate 76 and shortly thereafter from Interstate 270 and U.S. Highway 36. After the cross with the toll Northwest Parkway.
East of Loveland meets Interstate 25 on U.S. Highway 34, and then it passes the Fort Collins - Loveland Municipal Airport. North of the village of Carr they reached the border with Wyoming.
In the state of Wyoming Interstate 25 meets a few kilometers north of the border in the south of Cheyenne, the capital of Wyoming, Interstate 80, and shortly thereafter to the U.S. Highway 30 North of town it happened in the West, Francis E. Warren Air Force Base and in the east the Cheyenne Regional Airport before the U.S. 85 uses the route for about eight kilometers. From the town of Dwyer also used by the U.S. Highway 26, the route of I-25 and U.S. 87 Having the Glendo State Park is happening in the east, branches of U.S. Highway 18 in Orin in an easterly direction and from the U.S. Highway 20 begins now to use the route.
In the south of Douglas Interstate 25 crosses the North Platte River and runs parallel to the river in a westerly direction. To the east of Glenrock leave the U.S. Highways 20, 26 and 87, the route, but lost to Casper continues parallel to I- 25th In the north of Casper Interstate leaves together with the U.S. 87 the valley of the North Platte River to the north. In Buffalo, the route meets U.S. Highway 16 before it ends at Interstate 90. The U.S. 87 runs along with the I-90 heading North.
Shuttle and Workarounds
- Interstate 225 in Denver