One interesting thing about Mexican roads is that even the simplest of junctions has been built as a cloverleaf. This intersection on the MEX-180d is no exception. A gantry sign on the approach telling traffic that turns off to take the right lane (even though one could perfectly take the right lane and stay on the MEX-180d as well), then a fork sign with the focals of the two exit directions and the road ahead, followed by the ID sign. After the exit you will find distance signs. If there are more than two focals for the road ahead, they'll often split them over two reassurance signs.
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