Scheduled Construction And Road Closures For El Paso This Week
This week is the beginning of Fall and the beginning of more construction projects all over El Paso. To make sure you're not stuck sitting in traffic due to construction on your commute, you've come to the right place. To find out what major freeway and road closures are happening this week, check out the list below.
El Paso West Area Project Closures
Starts Sunday, September 29 at 9 p.m. (for 9 months)
- Ramp that connects eastbound Interstate 10 to Juárez will be closed to all traffic
- DETOUR: Take Exit 22B (US 54/Alamogordo/Fort Bliss/Juárez) to northbound US 54. Take Exit 22B (Pershing Drive), use the newly widened turnaround to access southbound US 54 and follow signs to Juárez.
Sunday, Sept 29, - Thursday, Oct 3 (9pm - 5am NIGHTLY)
- SH 20 (Alameda Avenue) will be closed to all traffic at US 54.
- DETOURS: Eastbound traffic will turn left on Loop 478 (Copia Street), right on Gateway Boulevard East, and left on Raynolds street. Westbound traffic will use westbound US 62 (Paisano Drive), turn left on Boone Street, right on Delta Drive, right on San Marcial, right on Paisano Drive, and follow detour signs to return to Alameda via Loop 478 (Copia Street).
Mon, Sept 30, through Thurs, Oct 3 (9pm - 5am NIGHTLY)
- US 62 (Paisano Drive) will be closed to all traffic between Gateway Boulevard South and Gateway Boulevard North.
- Exit 20A (US 62/Paisano Drive) from southbound US 54 will be closed to all traffic
- DETOURS: Eastbound and westbound traffic will detour via San Marcial Street, Delta Drive and Boone Street.
East Side Closures
Sun, Sept. 29 - Tues, Oct. 1 (9 pm - 5 am)
- Gateway Boulevard eastbound to westbound turnaround at Hawkins Boulevard closed
- Gateway Boulevard westbound to eastbound turnaround at Hawkins Boulevard closed
- Complete closure of northbound and southbound lanes at Hawkins Boulevard underpass
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.