nmsunews — April 28, 2010 — A mile-long extension of Payne Street through New Mexico State Universitys Arrowhead Business and Research Park is now open. The new road, and its accompanying underground utilities, will allow for the parks continued growth and better connect it with the rest of campus.The 257-acre business and research park is located on the south end of NMSUs Las Cruces campus between Interstates 10 and 25. The new road extension stretches south, through the park, from the intersection of Payne and Wells streets to Sam Steel Way.The road project represents nearly $2 million in investments, including a $900,000 grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration. Other money for the project came from the state of New Mexico, local road funds, the New Mexico Department of Transportation and NMSU.
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