Easy access to major population centers by road, rail or air makes Metro New Mexico a perfect location for doing business in the west.
The area is the business and industry nerve center of the state. Two major interstates, I-40, a major truck route from Los Angeles to the East Coast, and I-25, which runs from Mexico through Denver and on to Canada, intersect at the center of Metro New Mexico. The area is also served by mainline rail and direct air service.
Historically the railroad has played a significant role in New Mexico’s growth and prosperity. Thus it was an important step forward when the New Mexico Railrunner Express began commuter rail service within Metro New Mexico. This amenity will continue to expand over time, especially as the region grows, and will serve as a powerful economic engine and resource for residents of the Metro New Mexico region.