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Hello,  anyone know if the new Hermosillo bypass is finished yet? If not , any ideas when.  thanks.

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It was not finished as of 2 weeks ago and it will be some time yet.  They are only just starting on the necessary overpass near the Hermosillo toll booth.  The road surfacing at the overpass south of Hermo doesn't look finished either.  I have no idea about the rest of it that can't be seen from the highway.

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Thanks for the info JCB.

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It's been open for about a week now.

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I just drove it last week. Beautiful! Toll is 113 MP and it's about 40 miles AND NO SERVICES. It's so clean that there are no signs or advertising at all, just the Vacas and cactus. The hardest part is making the transition to get on, it's tricky..... but well marked.

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north bound

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north bound

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south bound

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look for "libramiento signs"

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Does it bypass Hermosillo completely?

How much time does it save?

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Used it once, northbound. It does bypass HMO completely. Probably saved 10-15 mins, but if driving thru HMO stresses you, then this is the way to go. Really good if you are driving and RV, or pulling any type of trailer.

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JZ, IMO it didn’t save any time.  I took it southbound today and when I came down the entrance ramp to merge into Highway 15 traffic south of HMO, I was behind a vehicle I had passed when still north of HMO!
His vehicle was very distinctive because he was towing an open trailer with two front loading washing machines.
It surprised me!


I wish I had reset the trip meter to measure the distance, but forgot to do that.  It seemed like a loooong drive, especially because of the obvious higher speed on the bypass as opposed to through HMO traffic.
It WAS stress free though, no bumper cars experience like going through town.  A few semi trucks.

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I just did it south bound and northbound. My navigator of course did not know about the bypass yet. When I reconnected onto 15, the time was exactly 30 minutes less to san carlos. Definitely saved time

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Any seen a map or know what is projected for the growth out there?  All the incomplete overpasses to nowhere would indicate there are plans for a lot of growth in the area.

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I thought those looked like unfinished pedestrian overpasses...???

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the new by-pass crossed over existing roads! there will be bridges for those roads and bridges for pedestrian traffic! all in due time!

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We haven’t been down in a while. When headed south, what do I look for and how far out is the bypass? We are coming down this week. Thanks in advance.

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look for this sign

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The entrance to the southbound bypass is about 2 miles after the Hermosillo toll booths and right after the big sign of the deer dancer. Exit right, merge and get to the left right away. You then do a U-turn. Stay to the left, and follow the signs to the actual bypass. It took me 22 minutes once I was past the loop-de-loop and on the actual bypass, which is 24 miles long. I saved 28 minutes and it was only an additional 2 miles in comparison to the truck route. And, it's a very nice drive.

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Thank you . Are the toll booths back open?

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