Nogales-Mariposa Port of Entry

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The Nogales-Mariposa Arizona Port of Entry was built in 1973 to divert truck traffic away from the busy downtown Grand Avenue border crossing.wikipedia
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Arizona State Route 189

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It connects Arizona State Route 189 directly with Mexican Federal Highway 15.
The southern terminus is the Nogales-Mariposa Port of Entry on the Mexico border.

Nogales, Arizona

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All commercial traffic entering the United States at Nogales now enters through the Mariposa port of entry.
The Nogales-Mariposa Port of Entry has twelve passenger vehicle inspection lanes and eight commercial inspection lanes.

Mexican Federal Highway 15

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It connects Arizona State Route 189 directly with Mexican Federal Highway 15.

Interstate 11

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The southern terminus of the freeway would be at Interstate 19 Business Loop in Nogales, Arizona concurrent with that of I-19 proper, or follow Arizona State Route 189 from it intersection with I-19 to the Mariposa Port of Entry where it continues south as Mexican Federal Highway 15D, creating a Nogales, Arizona/Nogales, Sonora Metro Area Bypass for high-density CANAMEX Corridor traffic.

Nogales-Grand Avenue Port of Entry

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It is one of three border crossings in Nogales; the Nogales-Mariposa Port of Entry, built in 1973, handles commercial traffic west of the Grand Avenue crossing, while the adjacent Nogales-Morley Gate Port of Entry is used for pedestrians.