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Nm-152 closed from MM 16-42

Grant County: The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) District One office is reporting a closure for NM-152 east of Silver City due to erosion along the roadway. This route is closed from mile marker 16 - 42 just past the San Lorenzo Bridge.
In Mogollon NM-159 remains CLOSED from mile marker 10 - 25 due to erosion and large debris along the roadway. Maintenance operations are in full force and will open the roadway once it is deemed safe for the traveling public.
Traffic notifications will be posted on  www.nmroads.com, and can be retrieved by calling 511 in state and 1-800-432-4269 out of state. Please avoid any travels within this area until conditions change.

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