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Albuquerque is a city featured in the New Mexico map expansion DLC for American Truck Simulator and in 18 Wheels of Steel series. The city first appeared on the blog post of 29 September 2017.[1]

Landmarks Edit

The landmarks of Albuquerque which can be visited in American Truck Simulator are the ABQ airport, the Big I and the Rio Grande, as well as the Bank of America Building, the Bank of the West Building, the Barnalillo County Courthouse, the BBVA Compass Bank Plaza, the Crown Plaza Fairfield Inn, the Dennis Chavez Federal Building, the Embassy Suites Hotel, the Encino Terrace, the Heart Hospital, the Heart Institute, the Hilton Garden Inn, the Home2 Suites, the Hyatt Regency, the Loveland Medical Center, the Marriott Pyramid, the Marriott Hotel, the New Mexico Bank and Trust Building, the New Mexico Courthouse, the One Civic Plaza, the Pan American Building, the Plaza del Sol, the Presbyterian Hospital, the Scientific Laboratories, the Two Park Square, the University Towers, the UNM Cancer Center, the US Eagle Plaza, the West Fargo Bank Building and the Whitener Building.

Features Edit

The city is split up in several parts of which only few are directly connected among themselves:

The northern part consists of a Bitumen depot, a Charged store, a Global Mills depot, a Voltison Motors dealer, a Wallbert supermarket, a Wallbert warehouse and a garage. From this part a short street goes to a Tidbit supermarket and a rest area to the southeast.

The western part features a 42 Print and a HMS Machinery depot, a Voltison Motors dealer and a Peterbilt dealer with a service shop.

The part of the city which is located to the south includes the only two depots of ABQ Cargo Center, a Coastline Mining and a Rail Export depot.

Connections Edit

Albuquerque is connected to other cities by two Interstate highways. The IS40 runs towards Gallup and Arizona to the west and Santa Rosa, Tucumcari, and Texas to the east. It intersects the IS25 in the center of Albuquerque, which leads towards Socorro, Las Cruces, and Texas to the south and Santa Fe and Colorado to the north.

Gallery Edit

SCS blog (pre-release) Edit

Trivia Edit

References Edit

  1. SCS Software, New Mexico: Albuquerque, 2017-09-29 (accessed 2017-09-29)

See Also Edit

New Mexico Flag New Mexico
Cities Albuquerque - Alamogordo - Artesia - Carlsbad - Clovis - Farmington - Gallup - Hobbs - Las Cruces - Raton - Roswell - Santa Fe - Socorro - Tucumcari

Scenery Towns: Bloomfield - Carrizozo - Corona - Cuba - Deming - Eagle Nest - Elida - Fort Sumner - High Rolls - Lordsburg - Newcomb - Omega - Pastura - Quemado - Santa Rosa - Shiprock - Tierra Amarilla - Vaughn - Yeso

Highways Interstate 10 - Interstate 25 - Interstate 40
US 54 - US 60 - US 62 - US 64 - US 70 - US 82 - US 84 - US 180 - US 285 - US 380 - US 491 - US 550
NM 529 - NM 599
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