Transportation information for Lordsburg is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
Crossing into Mexico
As of January 31, 2008, to cross both into and out of Mexico by car or by foot, you will need a passport. Alternatively, you can provide a government-issued photo id (like a driver's license) plus proof of U.S. citizenship (like a birth certificate).
To learn more about border crossings, refer to the U.S. state department page.
1 mile southeast of Lordsburg you will find the Lordsburg Municipal Airport (505-542-3614). This airport offers less than 10 flights a week so your best bet might be to try the Silver City/Grant County Municipal Airport (505-388-5947) located in Silver City, NM, some 45 miles northeast. It offers approximately 30 flights a day.
Map + Directions
Lordsburg lies in the 'boot heel' section of New Mexico, the square shaped protrusion of the border that delves into the Sonoran Desert of Mexico and is accessed via I-10 across the southernmost edge of the United States. Lordsburg is about 120 miles west of Las Cruces along I-10.