While the city is ecstatic the Border West Expressway is finally open, there is still quite a lot of construction happening on El Paso Roads. We've finally seen some of the major road projects coming to a close, and the improvements are making the commutes home better and better! Still, there are some projects that are just getting started or are getting the finishing touches. 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.

Mesa Park Project

Sunday, August 16 (6 am - 6 pm)

  • I-10 eastbound between Sunland Park and Schuster complete closure.

Monday, August 17 -  Saturday, August 21 (9 pm - 6 am NIGHTLY)

  • I-10 westbound between Executive off-ramp and Executive on-ramp complete closure.

Mesa Rehabilitation Project

Sunday, August 16 - Thursday, August 20 (9 pm - 5 am NIGHTLY)

  • Mesa northbound lanes between Baltimore and Brentwood complete closure.

Mesa Safety Improvement Project

Monday, August 17 - Friday, August 21 (9 am - 4 pm)

  • Mesa and Mesa Hills intersection between Festival and Crown Point alternate lane closures.
  • Mesa and Baltimore intersection between Cincinnati and Gregory alternate lane closures.
  • Mesa and Argonaut intersection between Castellano and Montecillo alternate lane closures.
  • Montana and Krag intersection alternate lane closures.
  • North Loop and Hawkins intersection alternate lane closures.
  • Zaragoza and Vista Del Sol intersection alternate lane closures.

Loop 375 Frontage Road Project

Monday, Aug 17 - Saturday, Aug 22 (6 am - 4 pm DAILY)

  • South Americas Avenue (frontage road) northbound to southbound turnaround complete closure at North Loop Drive
  • South Americas Avenue southbound traffic detour at North Loop Drive

Monday, Aug 17 - Friday, Aug 21 (9 pm - 5 am NIGHTLY)

  • South Americas Avenue (frontage road) southbound left lane closure from Socorro Road to Pan American

Dyer Overlay Project

Monday, August 17 - Friday, August 21 (9 am - 5 pm DAILY)

  • Dyer north and southbound between Sanders and South Angora Loop alternate lane closures.

US-54 (Service roads) Overlay Project

Monday, August 17 - Friday, August 21 (7 am - 6 pm)

  • Gateway North and South between Yandell and Pershing alternate lane closures.

Guardrail Repair

Monday, August 17 (9 am - 4 pm)

  • Loop 375 westbound between Fonseca and one mile west of Fonseca right lane closed.

Tuesday, August 18 (9 am - 4 pm)

  • US-54 southbound between Sean Haggerty and Martin Luther King Jr right lane closed with complete Martin Luther King Jr exit-ramp closure.

Wednesday, August 19 (9 am - 4 pm)

  • I-10 westbound complete Copia exit-ramp closure with complete US-54 northbound to I-10 westbound on-ramp closure.
  • I-10 westbound between Copia and Piedras right lane closed.

Thursday, August 20 (9 am - 4 pm)

  • I-10 eastbound between Executive and Schuster right lane closed.

Pothole Repair

Monday, August 17 - Friday, August 21 (9 am - 4 pm)

  • SH-20 (Mesa) westbound between Camille and Alto Mesa right lane closed..

Spall Repair

Sunday, August 16 - Thursday, August 20 (9 pm - 5 am NIGHTLY)

  • I-10 eastbound between Dallas and Robert E Lee alternating lane closures.

Miscellaneous Concrete

Tuesday, August 18 and Wednesday, August 19 (9 am - 4 pm)

  • FM-1905 westbound between I-10 and Sandia right lane closed.

Friday, August 14 - Friday, August 21 (8 am - 3 pm)

  • SH-20 (Doniphan) east and westbound between Spur 6 and Spur 37 (Vinton Rd) right lane closed.
  • Desert North between Medano and Helen of Troy right lane closed.

Sunday, August 23 (6 am - 3 pm)

  • SH-20 (Mesa) and Mesa Hills intersection alternate lane closures.
  • Mesa Hills eastbound at the intersection of Mesa complete closure.

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.

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