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Terminus Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico
The city of Guadalajara is the capital city in the state of Jalisco Mexico and is the second city of importance in Mexico. Guajalajara comes from the Arab 'Wad-al-hidjara', that means 'river that runs between rocks' and took it's name from the birth city of Nuo Beltrn de Guzmn, Spanish conqueror of this land. This city was the capital of New Galice kingdom. Today for it's beauty is known as the city of the roses. The Exit to Mexico city is from the Avenue Lazaro Cardenas passing under the bridge that goes to Tlaquepaque, Zapotlanejo Highway.
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Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico
The city of Guadalajara is the capital city in the state of Jalisco Mexico and is the second city of importance in Mexico. Guajalajara comes from the Arab "Wad-al-hidjara", that means "river that runs between rocks" and took it's name from the birth city of Nuo Beltrn de Guzmn, Spanish conqueror of this land. This city was the capital of New Galice kingdom. Today for it's beauty is known as the city of the roses. The Exit to Mexico city is from the Avenue Lazaro Cardenas passing under the bridge that goes to Tlaquepaque, Zapotlanejo Highway.
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0.3
5269 ft.
Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico
Guadalajara is considered the Mexicanity cradle for the national concept of the "Charros" (horseman) and "Mariachi" (the Mexican music band) as well as for the Tequila, a national trademark spirit drink, and above all the kindness of it's people.
2.2
3.5
5446 ft.
Highway bridge to Tonal, Jalisco
Highway bridge to Tonal, Jalisco Mexico a village now engulfed By Guadalajara City is an oasis filled with music and tradition famous by the mastery of it's ceramics and pottery as a collective memories of this land.
3.0
4.9
5453 ft.
Second Highway bridge to Tonala, Jalisco Mexico
Second Highway bridge to Tonala, in the state of Jalisco Mexico. On Thursdays and Sundays is a huge street market where all the craftsmen sell at great prices was manufactured here.
8.6
13.9
5023 ft.
Highway U turn
Highway U turn near the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico
9.9
16.0
4820 ft.
Viewpoint stop by Fernando Espinoza Bridge
Fernando Espinoza's Bridge, viewpoint stop Jalisco Mexico
10.1
16.2
4642 ft.
Fernando Espinoza Bridge, Jalisco Mexico
Fernando Espinoza Bridge, Jalisco Mexico over Calderon river
10.9
17.6
4908 ft.
Highway intersection
Highway intersection a fork with highway 90 to Zapotlanejo, Jalisco Mexico and 15 to Morelia and Mexico city
19.3
31.1
5013 ft.
Creek bridge

20.9
33.6
5230 ft.
Highway photo
Highway photo.
21.4
34.4
5331 ft.
U turn bridge

26.1
42.0
5174 ft.
La Caada Dam
La Caada Dam, Jalisco Mexico
27.9
44.9
5312 ft.
Zapotlan del rey waterfall, Jalisco Mexico
The Zapotlan del Rey waterfall, is known as El Salto de Zapotlan de Rey Jalisco Mexico.
28.8
46.4
5079 ft.
Highway deviation to Zapotitlan del Rey, Jalisco Mexico
The town of Zapotitlan del Rey, in the state of Jalisco Mexico gains it's name from the nahuatl word Tzapotln that means place where many zapote fruit grow. Places to visit are the main plaza, the Parroquia de Nuestra Seora del Socorro; where in the last Sunday of October the most important festivity is celebrated.
41.1
66.1
5138 ft.
Toll booth Octotlan Jalisco Mexico
Toll booth and deviation to the village of Octotlan Jalisco Mexico
41.1
66.1
5125 ft.
San Martin de Zula Village, Jalisco Mexico

41.8
67.3
5043 ft.
Railroad crossing
Railroad crossing, Jalisco Mexico
41.9
67.5
5016 ft.
La Guayaba River

46.7
75.1
5069 ft.
San Miguel de la Paz village, Jalisco Mexico

51.9
83.5
5059 ft.
San Jose de la Moras Village Jalisco Mexico

55.8
89.8
5043 ft.
Highway Intersection with highway 71 to Atotonilco el Alto
Highway Intersection with highway 71 to Atotonilco el Alto, Jalisco Mexico
55.9
89.9
5043 ft.
Highway Intersection to La Barca Jalisco
Highway Intersection to La Barca village in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. This village was founded during the colonial period when the people needed a boat (barca) to cross the Lerma river, and from it, the need for lodge and places to eat settle the village. Places to visit are "La parroquia de Santa Mnica de La Barca", from the XVIII century, San Nicols de Tolentino temple form 1660, The San Pedro Apostol Temple, The cultural center and Museum La Morea, from the XIX century with 500 meters of murals paintings, The Archeological site "Las Calles".
59.1
95.1
5052 ft.
State Border line Jalisco and Michoacn
State Border line between the states of Jalisco and Michoacan de Ocampo, Mexico
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95.2
5026 ft.
Lerma River

61.3
98.6
5036 ft.
Highway Intersection to Vista Hermosa de Negrete village
Highway Intersection to Vista Hermosa de Negrete village, Michoacan Mexico.
63.4
102.1
5092 ft.
Highway Intersection with highway 110
Highway Intersection with highway 110 to La Piedad town Michoacan, and La Barca village in Jalisco, Mexico
81.9
131.8
5148 ft.
Toll Booth near Ecuandureo village Michoacan
Toll Booth and emergency services near Ecuandureo village in the state of Michoacan Mexico
82.0
132.0
5167 ft.
Highway Intersection to Zamora city Michoacn
Highway Intersection with highway 35 and 110 to Zamora city Michoacn Mexico
90.6
145.8
6056 ft.
Highway Intersection to La Piedad de Cabadas Michoacan
Highway Intersection to La Piedad de Cabadas through the village of Chirintzio Michoacan Mexico.
100.9
162.4
6122 ft.
Highway Bridge to Penjamillo village and Los Fresnos village
Highway Bridge to Penjamillo village and Los Fresnos village, Michoacan Mexico
101.4
163.2
6198 ft.
Los Fresnos Dam
Los Fresnos Dam, Michoacan Mexico
101.8
163.8
6253 ft.
Highway U turn

103.1
165.9
6430 ft.
Ziquitaro village Highway bridge
Ziquitaro village Highway bridge Michoacan Mexico
115.0
185.0
6043 ft.
Panindicuaro Village, Michoacan Mexico

115.2
185.4
5965 ft.
Toll Booth

116.3
187.2
6079 ft.
Huandacuca Hill

123.0
198.0
6539 ft.
Aristeo Mercado Dam
Aristeo Mercado Dam or Wilson's Dam, Michoacan Mexico
133.2
214.4
6683 ft.
Huaniqueo Village Michoacan Mexico

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222.4
7014 ft.
Tendeparacua Village Michoacan Mexico

148.8
239.4
6312 ft.
Cuitzeo Lagoon Michoacan Mexico

158.0
254.2
6289 ft.
Exit to Morelia Michoacan Mexico
The Capital city of the state of Michoacan Mexico, Morelia, was founded in 1541 with the name Valladolod and in the year 1828 changed it's name honoring Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon the Insurgent hero that was born in this city. From the viceroys time, the Architectural landscape of this city is spectacular, with it's buildings build with pink quarry. Places to visit: The Cathedral, the Aqueduct, the Tarascas Fountain, the Main Plaza, Clavijero Palace, Morelos' House and museum, The University campus, San Francisco Temple, San Jose Temple, The Justice Palace, The City Hall, The State museum, The handcrafts market, The regional candy market.
158.0
254.3
6253 ft.
Highway Intersection with Highway 43 Salamanca and Morelia
Highway Intersection with Highway 43 Salamanca in the state of Guanajuato and Morelia, the capital city of Michoacan State Mexico.
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260.3
6155 ft.
Cuitzeo Lagoon, Michoacan Mexico
The Cuitzeo Lagoon, in the state of Michoacan Mexico is an impressive shallow body of water located on the natural basin of Undameo, where small fish is captured the 'charales'
164.5
264.7
6112 ft.
Highway Intersection to the Morelia International Airport (MLM)
Highway Intersection to the Morelia International Airport (MLM)or the General Francisco Mujica International Airport handles National and International flights.
168.9
271.8
6040 ft.
La Mina village Michoacan Mexico

172.3
277.3
6070 ft.
Road Intersection to Estacin Querandaro
Road Intersection to Estacin Querandaro, Michoacan, Mexico
177.8
286.2
6040 ft.
Railroad Crossing

182.1
293.0
6503 ft.
Toll Booth
Toll Booth and emergency services
182.1
293.0
6503 ft.
Highway Intersection with highway 120
Highway Intersection with highway 120 to Acambaro and Zinapecuaro Village Michacan Mexico
189.1
304.3
8136 ft.
Bridge highway Intersection
Bridge highway Intersection to Ucareo village, Michoacan Mexico
192.1
309.1
8071 ft.
Highway Intersection to Maravatio Michoacan
Highway Intersection to Maravatio town in the state of Michoacan Mexico
204.8
329.5
6729 ft.
Highway Hotel

204.9
329.7
6736 ft.
Highway Intersection with highway 51 Maravatio-Atlacomulco
Highway Intersection with highway 51 to the towns Maravatio-Atlacomulco in the state of Michoacan, Mexico. The town of Maravatio was founded in 1540, today keeps many baroque style buildings as San Juan Bautista temple from the XV century, and it's famous Ocampo theater, the pride of the town.
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330.2
6703 ft.
Gas station
Gas Station and groceries market
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336.4
6634 ft.
Highway Intersection

213.2
343.1
6699 ft.
Railroad crossing

215.6
347.0
6752 ft.
Pomoca village, Michoacan Mexico

219.7
353.6
7051 ft.
Las Minas River

224.0
360.5
7507 ft.
Highway Intersection to Tlalpujahua and Agua Caliente, Michoacan
Highway Intersection to the towns of Tlalpujahua and Agua Caliente, in the state of Michoacan, Mexico
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361.8
7457 ft.
Road Intersection to Tepetongo Michoacn
Road Intersection to Tepetongo a water spa resort with pools, slides and hotel in the state of Michoacn, Mexico
226.4
364.3
7589 ft.
Highway Intersection to Hacienda Cantalagua Hotel and Courty club
Highway Intersection to Hacienda Cantalagua Hotel and Courty club, Michoacan Mexico
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373.2
8599 ft.
State Border Line Michoacan and Estado de Mexico
State Border Line Michoacan de Ocampo and Estado de Mexico, Mexico.
240.9
387.7
8238 ft.
Lerma River

244.5
393.5
8750 ft.
Highway Intersection to Queretaro Mexico
Highway Intersection to San Juan del Rio, Queretaro Mexico and on the other direction to the Atlacomulco city, in Estado de Mexico, Mexico
245.9
395.7
8540 ft.
Gas Station
Gas Station and groceries market
246.0
395.9
8550 ft.
Car repair workshops
Car repair workshops Atlacomulco Edo. de Mexico, Mexico
246.3
396.3
8471 ft.
Entering Atlacomulco city, Estado de Mexico
Entering Atlacomulco city, Estado de Mexico, Mexico
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396.8
8438 ft.
U turn

247.8
398.7
8294 ft.
Gas Station
Gas Station and groceries market
247.9
399.0
8271 ft.
Shoping mall
Shoping mall with Banks, and restaurants.
249.8
402.0
8294 ft.
Toll Booth Atlacomulco
Toll Booth and emergency services Atlacomulco
256.7
413.1
8379 ft.
Intersection to Jocotitlan, Edo de Mexico, Mexico

264.8
426.2
8366 ft.
Ixtlahuaca, Estado de Mexico, Mexico
Ixtlahuaca de Rayon, in the Estado de Mexico, Mexico receives it's name from the Nhuatl and means plains without trees
265.9
427.9
8353 ft.
U turn

272.0
437.7
8369 ft.
River

276.8
445.5
8573 ft.
Toll Gate

278.4
448.1
8573 ft.
Highway Intersection Toluca, Edo de Mexico
Highway Intersection to the Beltway just outside the city of Toluca, The Capital city in the Estado de Mexico, Mexico
278.9
448.9
8596 ft.
Toll Gate

279.8
450.2
8553 ft.
Toluca, Estado de Mexico, Mexico
The capital city of the Estado de Mexico, Mexico is the city of Toluca, an Industrial city which receives it's name from the nahuatl language Tollohcan, which means Tolloh God's Place. Is a large city with all the tourist services: Restaurants, Hotels, Museums, shopping malls, Hospitals and medical services. Is legendary known by the quality and manufacture of the sausages.
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466.6
8448 ft.
Highway Intersection to the International Airport in Toluca city
The Licenciado Adolfo Lpez Mateos International Airport (TLC)has been promoted to not only handle traffic to the City of Toluca, Edo de Mexico but also serves as a low-cost carrier airport for Mexico City's Airport because it's runway is long enough and is close to Mexico city.
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476.8
8445 ft.
Toll Gate

297.3
478.4
8448 ft.
Highway Intersection with Paseo Tollocan Avenue, in Toluca city
Highway Intersection with Paseo Tollocan Avenue, in Toluca city, Estado de Mexico, Mexico and to Mexico City Highway.
298.8
480.8
8478 ft.
Shopping Mall, Toluca, Edo de Mexico
Shopping Mall, Toluca, Estado de Mexico, Mexico.
299.9
482.6
8602 ft.
Highway Hotel, Toluca Mexico

301.1
484.6
8799 ft.
U turn
U turn.
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486.2
8934 ft.
U turn
U turn.
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486.3
8924 ft.
Hacienda Jajalpa
Hacienda Jajalpa, Toluca Mexico, is an exclusive neighborhood but has a famous Restaurant with Mexican cuisine specialties.
303.7
488.8
9199 ft.
U turn
U turn.
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491.3
9685 ft.
U turn
U turn.
306.4
493.1
9849 ft.
La Marquesa, Estado de Mexico Mexico
La Marquesa, Estado de Mexico Mexico is a National Park with tourist amusements such as back horse riding, and go-cart rides.
307.5
494.9
9951 ft.
La Marquesa, Estado de Mexico Mexico
Along the Highway in La Marquesa, Estado de Mexico Mexico are a great number of food stands and restaurants that offer unique specialties of Mexican cuisine, this is a must-stop for those who like to taste delicious Mexican food.
308.9
497.1
10351 ft.
State Border line Estado de Mexico and Mexico City
State Border line Estado de Mexico and Mexico City (Distrito Federal) Mexico.
312.1
502.3
9649 ft.
Highway tunnel
Highway tunnel..
313.2
504.0
9423 ft.
Toll Gate
Toll Gate and Emergency services.
314.5
506.1
9127 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection with Highway 57 to the North of the city in Estado de Mexico.
316.6
509.5
8773 ft.
Santa Fe, Mexico City Mexico
Santa Fe is one of the most modern developments in the city of Mexico, A contemporary Architectural buildings in apartments and offices are a point of interest.
317.8
511.5
8488 ft.
Universidad Iberoamericana Campus, Mexico City, Mexico
The Iberoamericana University in Mexico City, Mexico, is one of the most prestigious private Universities in the country.
320.2
515.3
8058 ft.
Highway Intersection
This is one crucial and dangerous intersection because of the speed flow in the highway. In the fork of the highway is a tunnel, to the right is Constituyentes Avenue and to the left Paseo de la Reforma Avenue.
320.8
516.2
8038 ft.
Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City, Mexico
Paseo de la Reforma is one of the most beautiful and important avenues in Mexico City. It has important monuments and buildings. This Avenue was projected by the Emperor Maximiliano to shorten the distance he had to make from the Chapultepec Castle to the National Palace, but it was under the rule of Porfirio Diaz that the Avenue claim it importance to all residents.
321.6
517.6
7890 ft.
Intersection and traffic lights, Mexico City
This is an important intersection with traffic lights with Paseo de la Reforma Avenue and Paseo Palmas Avenue.
323.9
521.3
7484 ft.
Terminus Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City is one of the most ancient cities in America. Is the political, financial and cultural center of the country. An incredible city that will amaze and the third larges city in the world. In this city some advice is worthy: Take care of your belongings and don't flaunt, alway keep your car locked and windows up, watch out for the 'No circula' (today no car) program. On each day of the week a number of cars are not allowed to drive depending on the ending of the license plate: Monday endings 5&6, Tuesday endings 7&8, Wednesday endings 3&4 Thursday 1&2, Friday endings 9&0