Mexican Federal Highway 19
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|Carretera Federal 19|
|Maintained by Secretariat of Communications and Transportation|
|Length||131.00 km (81.40 mi)|
|North end||Fed. 1 near San Pedro, Baja California Sur|
|South end||Fed. 1 in Cabo San Lucas|
|Mexican Federal Highways|
List • Autopistas
Federal Highway 19 (Spanish: Carretera Federal 19, Fed. 19 ) is a free part of the federal highways corridors (Spanish: los corredores carreteros federales) and runs along the Pacific coast of Baja California Peninsula from Cabo San Lucas up to Todos Santos where it turns inland and eventually joins Fed. 1 a few miles south of San Pedro, Baja California Sur.
Road distance-markers (indicating the distance in km from north to south) are generally placed at the roadside each 5 km, and occasionally at more frequent intervals.
Towns and landmarks
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