Plans to Build Scientific Ghost Town Narrowed to Two N.M. Sites

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

NEW MEXICO - Plans to build a scientific ghost town in New Mexico have been narrowed down to two potential sites.

It will either be built in Hobbs or Dona Ana County.

The ghost town would be built to conduct research, create intelligent traffic systems and to try out new inventions.

The deserted town won't come cheap, try $1 billion.

The town, also known as the Center for Innovation, Technology and Testing, should have a final home and construction date by June.