It may be a holiday week, but that doesn't mean that construction stops in the Sun City. Find out what areas of El Paso will be impacted this week.

The City of El Paso is continuing to grow. To maintain this growth, construction is a necessary evil for people in the city. This week on the west side, there will be full closures of Interstate 10 causing severe congestion in the area. If you want to keep from getting stuck in traffic for awhile, make sure to avoid these areas this week during these times.

I-10 - Americas Phase IV Project

(9 a.m. to 4 p.m)

  • I-10 east and westbound alternate entrance and exit ramps will be closed between the Zaragoza overpass to Eastlake overpass.

GO 10 Project

I-10 and Executive

Thursday, July 6 (9 p.m. to 6 a.m.)

  • I-10 westbound reduced to two lanes between the Schuster entrance ramp and 1,300 yards after the Executive Center overpass.

I-10 and Sunland

Wednesday, July 5 (9 p.m. to 6 a.m.)

  • I-10 westbound will completely close at the Sunland exit ramp (Exit 13).

Detour: Traffic will exit at Sunland Park (Exit 13) and re-enter I-10 East at the next entrance ramp.

Thursday, July 6 & Sunday, July 9 (9 p.m. each night to 6 a.m.)

  • I-10 eastbound will completely close at the Sunland exit ramp (Exit 13).
  • The Sunland flyover entrance ramp to I-10 East will be closed.

Detour: Traffic will exit at Sunland Park and re-enter I-10 East at the next entrance ramp.

Sunday, July 9 (9 p.m. to 6 a.m.)

  • Sunland Park Drive (northbound) will completely close between the Sunland/Paisano intersection and Sunland Park Mall.

Detour: Sunland Park overpass across I-10 will be impassable, vehicles on Sunland Park Drive (coming from Doniphan Drive) must turn right on Paisano Drive and enter I-10 East, then exit Executive Center, then take Executive Center Boulevard to North Mesa Street. Finally, vehicles will take North Mesa Street to Sunland Park Drive.

Please follow the detour signs in place on all projects. All work is dependent upon weather conditions. Please follow the detour signs in place on all projects. All work is dependent upon weather conditions. Find out more information at the Texas Department of Transportation website. You can also follow the Go 10 Project on Twitter.