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High traffic volumes expected at New Mexico State Fair – Brospar Daily News

Visitors shine at the New Mexico State Fair, but heavy traffic keeps people on the road for hours. So state fair officials have shared some tips on how to stay out of trouble. “If you hang up or whatever, I can give you a little tip,” said Dan Mourning, general manager of the New Mexico State Fair. “You don’t have to always use Louisiana and I-40, you can also use San Mateo, get off at San Mateo, come to Lomas Blvd, then follow Lomas Blvd to Louisiana to also enter the Now if you’re stuck in traffic in Louisiana you can also get off this line, enter gate 8, go to Central Avenue, turn right in gate 1, there’s plenty of parking there Remember, just come in The fair takes a right turn “I’ve been doing it for almost 13 years and I’ve never seen people more excited than the New Mexico State Fair. C is amazing – the best opening Thursday we’ve ever had and record numbers yesterday – so, I mean, it’s getting better and better, and we’re just getting started Hour traffic, but it’s worth worth the wait.” We were in traffic for about two hours, but it’s good to spend some time. ps with the family,” Tien said. “My parents usually take me there. We usually have a good time. You know, the early years were fun – you saw the animals. I remember riding a pony one year and it was cool – There’s sea lions, there’s a lot of magic, and I think it’s really cool to show off their talent and effort – can -be a little cash with cash, but other than that it’s pretty cool. The food is delicious.” Tonya Baker is No. 1. She once appeared on the show and said she had a great time so far. “It’s funny. It’s easy going,” Baker said. “The kids are excited to see new things and animals, especially the rides, and I’m thrilled with the food.” Mourning, however, advised everyone to arrive early to avoid traffic jams. “We always tell people, plan your trip, if you have concert tickets and you’re going to a concert or a rodeo, leave early. Why is it important to leave early? Because there were so many fun things to do. Go out. Enjoy the fair, then go to the rodeo, but try to get there early,” Mourning said. “Dollar Day Wednesday is one of our biggest days. Some people are in trouble out there. We will deal with this on Wednesday’s Dollar Day. Wednesday dollar entry, dollar ride – so, I mean, you can come here, get a ball for just a few bucks, man. The city of Albuquerque will also provide a free ART bus ride to the show. Visitors are encouraged to park at Central & Unser or Uptown Transit Center and enjoy a free ART bus ride to the show.

Visitors shine at the New Mexico State Fair, but heavy traffic keeps people on the road for hours.

So state fair officials have shared some tips on how to stay out of trouble.

“If you hang up or whatever, I can give you a little tip,” said Dan Mourning, general manager of the New Mexico State Fair. “You don’t have to always use Louisiana and I-40, you can also use San Mateo, get off at San Mateo, come to Lomas Blvd, then follow Lomas Blvd to Louisiana to also enter the Now if you’re stuck in traffic in Louisiana you can also get off this line, enter gate 8, go to Central Avenue, turn right in gate 1, there’s plenty of parking there -down Remember, enter only The exhibition can only turn right.

“I’ve been doing this for almost 13 years, and I’ve never seen people more excited than the New Mexico State Fair. It’s amazing – we had the best opening Thursday and record numbers yesterday – so I mean it’s getting better and better, and we’re just getting started.

Hannah Thiene, a market enthusiast, said she and her family were stuck in traffic for hours, but the wait was worth it.

“We were in traffic for about two hours, but it’s good to spend some time with the family,” Tien said. “My parents usually take me there. We usually have a good time. You know, the early years were fun – you saw the animals. I remember riding a pony one year and it was cool – There’s sea lions, there’s a lot of magic, and I think it’s really cool to show off their talent and effort – can -be a little cash with cash, but other than that it’s pretty cool. The food is good.”

Tonya Baker, who is attending the show for the first time, said she had a great time so far.

“It’s fun. It’s easy going,” Baker said. “The kids are excited to see new things and animals, mainly the rides, and I’m excited about the food.”

However, Mourning advises everyone to arrive as early as possible to avoid traffic jams.

“We always tell people, plan your trip, if you have concert tickets and you’re going to a concert or a rodeo, leave early. Why is it important to leave early? Because there were so many fun things to do. Come and enjoy the fair, then go to the rodeo, but try to get there early,” Mourning said. “Dollar Day Wednesday is one of our biggest days. Some people are in trouble out there. We will deal with this on Dollar Day on Wednesday. One dollar entry, one dollar rolls on Wednesdays – so, I mean, you can come over here and play ball for a few bucks, man.

Fairgoers can also take advantage of Ride Share and Bike Valet.

The city of Albuquerque will also be offering free ART bus rides to the show. Visitors are asked to park at Central & Unser or Uptown Transit Center and take the free ART bus to the show.

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