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Highway 130

Ruta 130
Carretera Estatal Carlos Romero Barceló[1]
Route information
Maintained by Puerto Rico DTPW
Length12.1 km[2] (7.5 mi)
Existed1953[3]–present
Major junctions
South end PR-129 in Campo Alegre
Major intersections
North end PR-119 in Hatillo barrio-pueblo
Location
CountryUnited States
TerritoryPuerto Rico
MunicipalitiesHatillo
Highway system
PR-129 PR-131

Puerto Rico Highway 130 (PR-130) is the main north–south route within the municipality of Hatillo, Puerto Rico.[4]

Route description

The highway starts from the downtown area (from PR-119), crossing the neighborhoods of Capáez, Naranjito, Buena Vista and Campo Alegre until it ends at Carretera Mariana Bracetti (PR-129).[5] In downtown, the highway runs through Calle Luis H. Lacomba and Avenida Pablo J. Aguilar until it crosses PR-2 in a southerly direction. This route is part of the caravan of the Hatillo Mask Festival.

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Puerto Rico Highway 119

Puerto Rico Highway 119

Puerto Rico Highway 119 (PR-119) is a long north-to-south highway in Puerto Rico that goes from Puerto Rico Highway 2 in Hatillo, close to its border with Camuy to the same highway in San Germán. It goes through the municipalities of Camuy, San Sebastián, Las Marías and Maricao before ending in the freeway segment of PR-2. Between Camuy and San Sebastián it passes near Guajataca Lake, the largest artificial lake in western Puerto Rico.

Capáez, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Capáez, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Capáez is a rural barrio with an urban zone in the municipality of Hatillo, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 4,231.

Naranjito, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Naranjito, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Naranjito is a rural barrio in the municipality of Hatillo, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 4,050.

Buena Vista, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Buena Vista, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Buena Vista is a rural barrio in the municipality of Hatillo, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 2,490.

Campo Alegre, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Campo Alegre, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Campo Alegre is a rural barrio in the municipality of Hatillo, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 5,210.

Puerto Rico Highway 129

Puerto Rico Highway 129

Puerto Rico Highway 129 (PR-129) is a north–south highway in North-Central Puerto Rico, connecting the town of Lares with Arecibo. It crosses the northern karst country of the island. When traveling from the northern coast of Puerto Rico, PR-129 can be used to reach the Arecibo Observatory and the Camuy River Caverns Park.

Puerto Rico Highway 2

Puerto Rico Highway 2

Puerto Rico Highway 2 (PR-2) is a road in Puerto Rico that connects the cities of San Juan and Ponce. At 156 miles (230 km) long, it is Puerto Rico's longest singled-signed highway.

Major intersections

The entire route is located in Hatillo

Locationkm[2]miDestinationsNotes
Campo Alegre12.17.5 PR-129 (Carretera Mariana Bracetti) – Arecibo, LaresSouthern terminus of PR-130
Buena VistaNaranjito
Campo AlegreCorcovado quadripoint
8.75.4 PR-490 (Carretera Juan Antonio "Nito" Méndez) – Hato Arriba
Buena VistaNaranjito line8.05.0 PR-487 / PR-488 – Buena Vista
Naranjito6.23.9 PR-491 – Naranjito
NaranjitoCapáez line5.03.1 PR-492 – Corcovado
Hatillo barrio-pueblo0.50.31 PR-2 – Arecibo, Mayagüez
0.00.0 PR-119 (Avenida Doctor Francisco Susoni) – Hatillo, CamuyNorthern terminus of PR-130
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Hatillo is a town and municipality located in Puerto Rico's north coast, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the north, Lares and Utuado to the south, Camuy to the west, and Arecibo to the east. According to the 2000 US Census Hatillo is spread over nine barrios and Hatillo Pueblo. It is part of the San Juan-Caguas-Guaynabo Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Puerto Rico Highway 129

Puerto Rico Highway 129

Puerto Rico Highway 129 (PR-129) is a north–south highway in North-Central Puerto Rico, connecting the town of Lares with Arecibo. It crosses the northern karst country of the island. When traveling from the northern coast of Puerto Rico, PR-129 can be used to reach the Arecibo Observatory and the Camuy River Caverns Park.

Arecibo, Puerto Rico

Arecibo, Puerto Rico

Arecibo is a city and municipality on the northern coast of Puerto Rico, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, located north of Utuado and Ciales; east of Hatillo; and west of Barceloneta and Florida. It is about 50 miles (80 km) west of San Juan, the capital city. Arecibo is the largest municipality in Puerto Rico by area, and it is the core city of the Arecibo Metropolitan Statistical Area and part of the greater San Juan Combined Statistical Area. It is spread over 18 barrios and Arecibo Pueblo. Its population in 2020 was 87,754.

Lares, Puerto Rico

Lares, Puerto Rico

Lares is a mountain town and municipality of Puerto Rico's central-western area. Lares is located north of Maricao and Yauco; south of Camuy, east of San Sebastián and Las Marias; and west of Hatillo, Utuado and Adjuntas. Lares is spread over 10 barrios and Lares Pueblo. It is part of the Aguadilla-Isabela-San Sebastián Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Hato Arriba, Arecibo, Puerto Rico

Hato Arriba, Arecibo, Puerto Rico

Hato Arriba is a barrio in the municipality of Arecibo, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 8,495.

Buena Vista, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Buena Vista, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Buena Vista is a rural barrio in the municipality of Hatillo, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 2,490.

Naranjito, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Naranjito, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Naranjito is a rural barrio in the municipality of Hatillo, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 4,050.

Corcovado, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Corcovado, Hatillo, Puerto Rico

Corcovado is a rural barrio in the municipality of Hatillo, Puerto Rico. Its population in 2010 was 4,617.

Puerto Rico Highway 2

Puerto Rico Highway 2

Puerto Rico Highway 2 (PR-2) is a road in Puerto Rico that connects the cities of San Juan and Ponce. At 156 miles (230 km) long, it is Puerto Rico's longest singled-signed highway.

Mayagüez, Puerto Rico

Mayagüez, Puerto Rico

Mayagüez is a city and the eighth-largest municipality in Puerto Rico. It was founded as Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria de Mayagüez, and is also known as La Sultana del Oeste, Ciudad de las Aguas Puras, or Ciudad del Mangó. On April 6, 1894, the Spanish Crown granted it the formal title of Excelente Ciudad de Mayagüez. Mayagüez is located in the center of the western coast on the island of Puerto Rico. It has a population of 73,077 in the city proper, and it is a principal city of the Mayagüez Metropolitan Statistical Area and the Mayagüez–San Germán–Cabo Rojo Combined Statistical Area.

Puerto Rico Highway 119

Puerto Rico Highway 119

Puerto Rico Highway 119 (PR-119) is a long north-to-south highway in Puerto Rico that goes from Puerto Rico Highway 2 in Hatillo, close to its border with Camuy to the same highway in San Germán. It goes through the municipalities of Camuy, San Sebastián, Las Marías and Maricao before ending in the freeway segment of PR-2. Between Camuy and San Sebastián it passes near Guajataca Lake, the largest artificial lake in western Puerto Rico.

Camuy, Puerto Rico

Camuy, Puerto Rico

Camuy is a town and municipality of Puerto Rico, bordering the Atlantic Ocean, north of Lares and San Sebastián; east of Quebradillas; and west of Hatillo. Camuy is spread over 12 barrios and Camuy Pueblo. The town celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2007.

Source: "Puerto Rico Highway 130", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Rico_Highway_130.

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See also
References
  1. ^ "Pueden pasarle por encima a Romero Barceló - NOTICEL". NotiCel - La verdad como es - Noticias de Puerto Rico - NOTICEL (in Spanish). Retrieved 10 April 2019.
  2. ^ a b Google (2 March 2020). "PR-130" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2 March 2020.
  3. ^ "Hatillo, Memoria Núm. 63" (PDF). Puerto Rico Planning Board (in Spanish). 1954. Retrieved 4 August 2020.
  4. ^ National Geographic Maps (2011). Puerto Rico (Map). 1:125,000. Adventure Map (Book 3107). Evergreen, Colorado: National Geographic Maps. ISBN 978-1566955188. OCLC 756511572.
  5. ^ Puerto Rico Department of Transportation and Public Works. "Datos de Transito 2000-2009" (in Spanish). Retrieved 24 March 2019.
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