April is almost over but the construction all over El Paso is in full swing to get us to the finish line! Find out what major closures will be affecting your commute this week. Doesn’t matter when you’re traveling through the west side of El Paso, it looks like congestion is going to be an issue. Even the east side isn’t immune to traffic and headaches. With road closures, lane closures and more, El Paso traffic is getting worse before it gets any better. There will be some major freeway and road closures happening this week so make sure you are aware so you don’t get caught stuck in traffic.

I-10 East at Sunland

June 12 & June 13 (9 p.m. to 6 a.m.)

  • I-10 East COMPLETELY CLOSED at the Sunland Park exit ramp

I-10 West at Sunland 

June 10 & June 11 (9 p.m. to 6 a.m.)

  • I-10 West COMPLETELY CLOSED from Sunland Park exit to Sunland Park entrance

I-10 Both Directions 

Sunday June 16 at 3 a.m. to Monday June 17 at 6 a.m.

  • I-10 East COMPLETELY CLOSED from North Mesa to Sunland Park
  • I-10 West COMPLETELY CLOSED from Executive Center to Redd Road
  • Westbound CD Lanes will be closed at Sunland Park
  • I-10 West Sunland Park entrance ramps CLOSED
  • US 85 Westbound overpasses CLOSED
  • Eastbound to westbound turnaround bridge access to Paisano (US 85) will close
  • Schuster/UTEP entrance ramp to I-10 West CLOSED
  • North Mesa entrance ramp to I-10 East CLOSED

Central I-10

June 10 though June 14 (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.)

  • I-10 westbound at Piedras entrance ramp CLOSED
  • I-10 westbound at Cotton exit ramp CLOSED
  • Left lane CLOSED at Missouri between Magnolia and Cotton

I-10/Americas 

Tuesday, June 11 (9 p.m. to 5 a.m)

  • I-10 westbound CLOSED at Eastlake Boulevard
  • I-10 westbound to Loop 375 northbound connector CLOSED
  • I-10 westbound to Loop 375 southbound connector CLOSED

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 their website.