Traffic

February 16th road closures

EL PASO, Texas - Overnight Closures:

9pm-am

 
 

I-10 East closed at Redd.

I-10 East Resler on ramp to I-10 will be closed 

Closure on US54 from I-10 west to US-54. 

Alternate lane closures on Mesa from Sunland Park to Sunbowl Dr.

Eastbound and Westbound from St Vrain St. to Eucalyptus St. (02/14-03/14)

Overnight El Paso Street Car closures (six weeks):

9 pm-5 am

I-10 East and west left lane closures to be expected for the next six weeks in both directions of the highway downtown. 

Day Time Closures:

9am-3pm

Northbound Ramp W (BOTA to US 54 North/I-10 East) will be closed

Right lane closure I-10 East Executive center to Schuster Exit.

Right lane closure on I-10 westbound between the McRae Boulevard Overpass and Larry Mahan Drive

Westbound Hawkins exit ramp will be closed

7 am - 4 pm 

Right shoulder I-10 west and east Chelsea to Copia.

9 am - 4 pm

Two lane Sunland Park exit will be reduced to one lane on I-10 East. 

Mesa:long term closure

Jan 18th 6 am - Feb 24 4 pm

The two right lanes on Mesa will be closed between Osborne and South Desert Boulevard in the direction of Remcon

El Paso Street car closures: Long term closures

Paisano Drive closed to traffic between Chihuahua street and El Paso.

Pasiano Drive closed to traffic between Stanton Street and Campbell Street.

Santa Fe Street closed to traffic between Father Rahm Avenue and Overland Avenue.

Stanton St to be closed to general traffic, having just one neighborhood lane due to streetcar project. 

Scenic Drive Long Term Closure:

Scenic Drive will be closed from Louisville to Kentucky.

Horizon City:

9am-4pm

Horizon North and South right lane closure between Darrington Road and Ascension 

Horizon North and South left lane closure between Darrington Road and Ascension

long term closure

From January 18th - July 31st

8 pm - 5 am

West Eastlake Blvd from Darrington Rd. to Horizon Mesa. 

Southbound Horizon Mesa from Eastlake Blvd to Desert Daisy

Advanced notice:

Complete closure of US-54 North between Alameda and Ramp A from I-10 West to US-54.


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