New Mexico State Road 14

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State Road 14
Route information
Maintained by NMDOT
Length: 53.957 mi[1] (86.835 km)
Turquoise Trail
Major junctions
South end: I‑40 / NM 333 in Tijeras

NM 536 in San Antonito
NM 344 in Golden
NM 599 near Santa Fe
I‑25 / US 85 near Santa Fe

NM 466 in Santa Fe
North end: US 84 / US 285 in Santa Fe
Counties: Bernalillo, Sandoval, Santa Fe
Highway system
NM 13 NM 15
Northbound near Golden

New Mexico State Road 14 (NM 14) is a 54-mile-long (87 km) state road located in northern New Mexico. The highway connects Albuquerque to Santa Fe and comprises most of the Turquoise Trail, a National Scenic Byway which also includes NM 536 (Sandia Crest Scenic Byway).

Route description[edit]

NM 14 begins at the intersection with NM 333 in Tijeras, which is also the center of the Tijeras interchange along Interstate 40 (I-40). NM14 heads north through Bernalillo County, passing through the community of Cedar Crest, to San Antonito, where it intersects NM 536.[2]

The highway continues northeast and briefly cuts through Sandoval County by entering from the south and leaving from the east. Now in Santa Fe County, NM 14 turns to the north. It intersects NM 344 west of Oro Quay Peak,[3] both of which are located south of the ghost town of Golden.[4]


Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile[5] km Destinations Notes
Bernalillo Tijeras 0.000 0.000 I‑40 / NM 333 / Historic US 66 – Albuquerque, Edgewood Southern terminus at I-40 Exit 175
San Antonito 6.015 9.680 NM 536 west – Sandia Park, Sandia Peak
No major junctions
Santa Fe Golden 15.748 25.344 NM 344 south – Edgewood
  44.900 72.260 NM 599 (Santa Fe Bypass)
  46.675 75.116 I‑25 / US 85 – Albuquerque, Las Vegas I-25 Exit 278
Santa Fe 52.252 84.091 NM 466 east (Saint Michaels Drive)
53.957 86.835 US 84 / US 285 (Saint Francis Drive) Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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External links[edit]

Route map: Google / Bing