Scheduled Road Construction And Closures For This Week
The never-ending month of January is over, but February isn't bringing us any reprieve from road construction in the city. Find out if your commute is affected.
Doesn’t matter when you’re traveling through the westside of El Paso, it looks like congestion is going to be an issue. Even the east side isn’t immune to the 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.
Jan. 15 - Feb. 11
- Paisano Drive is COMPLETE CLOSURE for approximately 300 feet starting at Sunland Park Drive.
- Sunland Park Drive down to two lanes from Constitution to Paisano
I-10 East at Mesa
Feb. 5 - Feb. 8 (9 pm-6 am)
- I-10 East COMPLETELY CLOSED between North Mesa and Sunland Park Drive
- I-10 East North Mesa Entrance Ramp CLOSED
- I-10 East Resler Entrance Ramp CLOSED
I-10 West at Sunland Park
Feb. 6 (9 am-4 pm)
- I-10 West Sunland Park Entrance Ramp CLOSED
I-10 East at Redd
Feb. 11 - Feb. 12 (5 am-5 am)
- I-10 East COMPLETELY CLOSED between Redd Road and North Mesa
- I-10 East Entrance at Redd Road CLOSED
Feb. 5- Feb. 9 (8 pm-5 am OVERNIGHT)
- I-10 West between Don Haskins to Zaragosa COMPLETELY CLOSED
- Loop 375 South to I-10 West Connector COMPLETELY CLOSED
- Loop 375 North to I-10 West Connector COMPLETELY CLOSED
Feb. 7- Feb. 9 (9 pm-5 am)
- Doniphan from Executive to Racetrack COMPLETELY CLOSED
Executive Center Boulevard
Friday, Feb. 9 (9pm-5am)
- Executive Center Blvd from Water Treatment Road to I-10 COMPLETELY CLOSED
I-10 East at Executive Center
Sunday, Feb. 11 (5 am-5 pm)
- I-10 East from Executive Entrance Ramp to Schuster Avenue Right Two Lanes 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 Twitter.