State Route 264, NM-264/NM State Line to US-191

 

AMP: 476

Location: SR 264 and SR-264, Window Rock

As we enter Arizona, the route transitions into Arizona 264 as we enter Window Rock, the governmental seat of Navajo Nation

AMP: 476

Location: SR 264 and SR-264, Window Rock

Reassurance shield as we enter Arizona

AMP: 475

Location: SR 264 and Main St, Window Rock

Reassurance shield as we pass what may be the only Fina station in Arizona

AMP: 474

Location: SR 264 and Lagoon Rd, Window Rock

As we approach the main governmental facilities, we’ll approach BIA 12

AMP: 473

Location: SR 264 and IR 12, St Michaels

As we transition from Window Rock into St. Michaels, we’ll approach IRs 12 and 112. Turn left for 12 south and right for 112 north

AMP: 473

Location: SR 264 and IR 12, St Michaels

Reassurance shield after BIA 12

AMP: 466

Location: SR 264 and Sawmill Rd, Apache Cty

Reassurance shield as we head out of St Michael’s/Window Rock

AMP: 464

Location: SR 264 and CR 450, Apache Cty

As we come down onto a plain, we’ll approach CR 450

AMP: 451

Location: SR 264 and CR 457, Apache Cty

Turn right for CR 457

AMP: 448

Location: SR 260 and CR 428, Apache Cty

As we near Ganado, turn right for Ganado Lake/BIA 27 and left for CR 428

AMP: 447

Location: SR 264 and CR 292, Ganado, Apache Cty
As we enter unincorporated Ganado, we’ll approach US-191

AMP: 447

Location: SR 264 and CR 292, Apache Cty

Turn left for CR 292, which heads down to an airstrip as we approach a terribly pointless pedestrian overpass

AMP: 447

Location: SR 264 and US-191, Ganado, Apache Cty

Stay straight for 191 north/264 west. Turn left for 191 south. The road will maintain 264′s mileposts.

W to US-191

N to SR 264, S to I-40

E to US-491