Scheduled Construction And Road Closures For El Paso This Week
2019 may have just started but that hasn't stopped the continuous construction and road work happening. Find out what closures are coming. Doesn’t matter when you’re travelling 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 Mesa
Nightly 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
- I-10 East between North Mesa and Sunland Park CLOSED
- North Mesa Entrance Ramp to I-10 East CLOSED
- Resler Flyover Entrance Ramp to I-10 East CLOSED
- DETOUR: Use Doniphan Street
Sunland Park Drive
Daytime 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday and Tuesday
- Inside lane CLOSED both directions from Constitution Drive to I-10
Nightly 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday- Thursday
- North Mesa Street Eastbound reduced to one lane between Osborne Drive and Remcon Circle
- I-10 East North Mesa Exit Ramp PARTIALLY OPEN, can only turn right onto Mesa
I-10 West at Sunland Park
Sunday, January 20 at 3 a.m. to Monday, January 21 at 6 a.m.
- I-10 Westbound CLOSED between Sunland Park Drive to North Mesa Street
- I-10 Westbound Sunland Park Entrance Ramp CLOSED
- DETOUR: Take Sunland Park to North Mesa Then Re-enter freeway
I-10 East at Airway
Monday, January 14 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
- I-10 East 3 left lanes CLOSED at Airway overpass
Tuesday, January 15 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- I-10 Eastbound Executive Exit ramp CLOSED
I-10 at Hawkins/ Viscount
Monday, January 14 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- Gateway Boulevard East CLOSED from Hawkins to Tony Lama Street
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.