There are lots of events and activities happening in the Sun City this weekend. Find out how these things will affect the Sun Metro routes the next couple days.

There are several events happening in El Paso this weekend that you, your friends and family can enjoy. From the Ruben Orozco 5K and 2 Mile Walk,  Trap Fest, Lincoln Day Park Block Party and the Royal Run for Hope 5K, there are plenty of things to do. But if you plan on using the Sun Metro bus this weekend, you may want to see if your usual route has been changed due to all the events happening.

Detours begin Saturday morning and some detours will run through Sunday. Sun Metro drivers will also make courtesy stops along the detour routes to help out passengers.

Here are the affected routes and their detours for this weekend, Saturday September 24th and Sunday September 25th:

  • Route 11 (Detoured from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Saturday for the Ruben Orozco 8K and 2 Mile Walk)
  • Buses traveling outbound north from Mesa will make a right onto Baltimore and return to regular route.
  • Buses traveling inbound south from Baltimore will make a left onto Mesa and return to regular route.
  • Routes 34, 35, 36, 50 and Brio (Detoured from 6 a.m. to midnight on Saturday for the Trap Fest)
  • Buses traveling outbound north on Oregon will make a right onto Franklin, a left onto Mesa and return to regular route.
  • Buses traveling inbound will not be affected.
  • Route 22 (Detoured from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday for the Lincoln Day Park Block Party)
  • Buses traveling outbound will not be affected.
  • Buses traveling inbound south from Durazno will make a right onto Marr, right onto Gateway East and return to regular route.
  • Route 7 (Detoured from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Sunday for the Royal Run for Hope 5K)
  • Buses traveling inbound will not be affected.
  • Buses traveling outbound south from Diana will need to wait until the road is cleared.

For more information about Sun Metro, visit the Sun Metro website or call (915) 212-3333. You can also visit the Sun Metro Facebook or follow them on Twitter @SunMetro.