US 180 continues eastward running through the towns of: Lamesa, Gail, Snyder, Roby, Anson, Albany, and Breckenridge. For the last portion of its length, the road runs through the scenic Palo Pinto Mountains, exiting them at Metcalf Gap. Towns in this final portion include Palo Pinto, Mineral Wells and Cool .
The longest current U.S. Route in New Mexico is U.S. Route 70, spanning 448.264 miles (721.411 km) across southern New Mexico, while the shortest is U.S. Route 160, which clips the extreme northwestern corner of the state, measuring 0.86 miles (1.38 km) long between the Arizona and Colorado borders.
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U.S. Route 180 is an east–west United States highway. Like many three-digit routes, US 180 no longer meets its "parent", US 80. US 80 was decommissioned west of Mesquite, Texas, and was replaced in Texas by Interstate 20 and Interstate 10 resulting in U.S. 180 being 57 miles longer than U.S. 80.
The longest current U.S.Route in New Mexico is U.S.Route 70, spanning 448.264 miles (721.411 km) across southern New Mexico, while the shortest is U.S.Route 160, which clips the extreme northwestern corner of the state, measuring 0.86 miles (1.38 km) long between the Arizona and Colorado borders.
A child route of U.S. Route 80, the Texas portion of U.S. 180 consists of two distinct segments. Separated by an approximately 105 mile stretch of roadway travelling through southeast New Mexico, the first segment travels through far west Texas from the New Mexico border near El Paso to the New Mexico border approximately 25 miles west of ...
From Deming, US 180 follows Interstate 10 through Las Cruces, New Mexico, and enters Texas at Anthony, New Mexico. The route is concurrent with Interstate 10 through the west and central portions of El Paso, Texas, and separates from I-10 at Paisano Drive, joining U.S. Route 62.