The City of El Paso is continuing to grow. To maintain this growth, construction is a necessary evil for people in the city. Find out where, when and what hours Eastside streets will have construction this week.

The City of El Paso is working hard to make the streets better and easier for people to travel on in the future. Unfortunately, this means for the next few months and maybe years we will be dealing with more traffic than normal on various sides of town.

Please follow the detour signs in place on all projects. All work is dependent upon weather conditions.

Here are the road closures and lane restrictions for this week, December 19th through December 25th:

El Paso West Area Projects

Bridge Preventative Repair Project
Monday, Dec. 19, through Thursday, Dec. 22
7 a.m. to 4 p.m. (throughout the day)

  • Alternate lane closure on Cotton Street north and southbound between Missouri Avenue and Texas Street
  • Alternate lane closure on Franklin Avenue north and southbound between Main Drive and Coldwell Street
  • Alternate lane closure on Copia Street north and southbound between Gateway West and Gateway East, to include the turnaround
  • Right shoulder closure on I-10 east and westbound between Chelsea Street and Copia Street

Crews will be patching the I-10 bridge caps and columns.

Guardrail Repair Project
Monday, Dec. 19, through Thursday, Dec. 22
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (throughout the day)

  • Alternate lane closure on I-10 east and westbound between Anthony Avenue and Sunland Park Drive
  • Alternate lane closure on Transmountain (Loop 375) east and westbound between US 54 and I-10
  • Right lane closure on Cesar E. Chavez-Border Highway (Loop 375) westbound between US 54 and Yarbrough Drive
  • Right lane closure on South Desert Boulevard between La Mesa Street and Woodrow Bean-Transmountain (Loop 375)
  • Right lane closure on North Desert Boulevard between Woodrow Bean-Transmountain (Loop 375) and Westway Boulevard
  • Northbound Hondo Pass exit ramp will be closed.

Crews will be repairing damaged guardrail in the area.

Maintenance
Monday, Dec. 19, through Thursday, Dec. 22
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (throughout the day)

  • Right lane closure on Spur 16 westbound between Isela Rubalcava and Doniphan Drive
  • Left lane closure on Transmountain (Loop 375) east and westbound between Northwestern Drive and Plexxar Drive

Aesthetics Project - Phase III
Monday, Dec. 19, through Thursday, Dec. 22
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Alternate left and right lane closures on Gateway East between Copia Street and Raynolds Street
  • Alternate left and right lane closures on Gateway West between Chelsea Street and Raynolds Street

Crews will be working on the aesthetic towers.

Dyer (BU 54) Mill/Inlay Project
Monday, Dec. 19, through Thursday, Dec. 22
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (throughout the day)

  • Alternate shoulder closures on Dyer between Tiger Eye (mile marker 32) to Ashley Street (mile marker 34.5)

Note: Expect alternate complete lane closures in both directions; traffic will be allowed to flow through with flaggers in place. Reduce speed and watch for flaggers directing traffic. Expect delays.

Crews are milling.

Paisano Landscaping Project
Monday, Dec. 19, through Thursday, Dec. 22
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Alternate east and westbound lane closures on Paisano (US 62) between Eucalyptus Street and Montana Avenue

Rehabilitation/Operational Improvements Project
Monday, Dec. 19, through Thursday, Dec. 22
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Alternate lane closure on I-10 east and westbound between David Road and Vinton overpass

Crews are working on share path.

Tom Mays Park Entrance Project
Monday, Dec. 19, through Thursday, Dec. 22
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Alternate east and westbound lane closures on Transmountain (Loop 375) between Paseo Del Norte and the Main Gap (mile marker 17)

Crews are working on the share path crossing for this project.

Please follow the detour signs in place on all projects.

All work is dependent upon weather conditions.

Find more information on the road closures in El Paso area on the Texas Department of Transportation website.