Talk:Mexican Federal Highway 18

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Need references for existence of this highway[edit]

I've done a lot of Google searching and reading of online maps and I can't find any strong evidence that a Mexican Federal Highway 18 exists. A blog site with a nice list of most (maybe all) of Mexico's Federal Highways at this site states that Hwy. 18 is the cutoff road from Mexican Federal Highway 1 in northern Baja California Sur (at Benito Juárez, BCS) to the remote locale of El Arco, Baja California (not the rock formation near Cabo San Lucas). Does anyone have a good source to verify this route number? Bing Maps simply refers to that road as Carretera a El Arco ("El Arco Highway"). Bumm13 (talk) 14:21, 1 July 2010 (UTC)