Contact: Jennifer Wright

Phone: (915) 790-4340

Date: Sept. 13, 2018


North Mesa

Monday, Sept. 17 and Tuesday, Sept. 18
9 p.m. each night to 6 a.m. each morning

  • North Mesa Street (SH 20) will close in both directions at the I-10 overpass.
  • Crews will be conducting pavement work.

I-10 Both Directions

Monday, Sept. 17
8 p.m. to 6 a.m.

  • I-10 in both directions will close completely at Sunland Park (Exit 13).
  • Detours:
    • Motorists on I-10 eastbound will exit at Sunland Park (Exit 13) and immediately re-enter I-10 at the next ramp.
    • Motorists on I-10 westbound will exit at Sunland Park (Exit 13), follow it to North Mesa Street (SH 20), then re-enter I-10 westbound using the North Mesa entrance ramp.
  • Sunland Park Drive will close completely in both directions at the I-10 overpass. Motorists should use an alternate route.
  • The Sunland Park flyover entrance ramp to I-10 eastbound will close.
  • The Resler flyover entrance ramp to I-10 eastbound will close.
  • Crockett Street access to Paisano Drive (US 85) will close. 
  • Crews will complete pouring the bridge deck onto the center Sunland Park Drive overpass.

Tuesday, Sept. 18
8 p.m. to 6 a.m.

  • I-10 eastbound will close completely at Redd Road (Exit 9). Detour: Motorists will exit at Redd Road (Exit 9), go to Doniphan Drive, then follow Doniphan Drive to Sunland Park Drive. The Sunland Park Drive entrance ramp to I-10 eastbound will be open.
  • I-10 westbound will close completely at Sunland Park (Exit 13). Motorists on I-10 westbound will exit at Sunland Park (Exit 13), follow it to North Mesa Street (SH 20), then re-enter I-10 westbound using the North Mesa entrance ramp.
  • The Redd Road entrance ramp to I-10 eastbound will close.
  • North Mesa Street entrance ramp to I-10 eastbound will close.
  • Sunland Park Drive will close completely in both directions at the I-10 overpass. Motorists should use an alternate route.
  • The Sunland Park flyover entrance ramp to I-10 eastbound will close.
  • The Resler flyover entrance ramp to I-10 eastbound will close.
  • South Desert Boulevard will close between Thorn Avenue and North Mesa Street. 
  • Crews will be installing the new exit signs over the eastbound collector-distributor lanes.

I-10 East

Wednesday, Sept. 19
8 p.m. to 6 a.m.

  • I-10 eastbound will close completely at Redd Road (Exit 9). Detour: Motorists will exit at Redd Road (Exit 9), go to Doniphan Drive, then follow Doniphan Drive to North Mesa Street. The North Mesa entrance ramp to I-10 eastbound will be open.
  • The Redd Road entrance ramp to I-10 eastbound will close.
  • The Resler entrance ramp to I-10 eastbound will close.
  • The Sunland Park exit ramp from I-10 westbound will close.
  • Crews will be installing the new exit signs over the I-10 eastbound mainlanes near the Mesa exit ramp.

Sunland Park

Thursday, Sept. 20
9 p.m. to 6 a.m.

  • The Sunland Park exit ramp from I-10 westbound will close.
  • Crews will be installing permanent concrete rail near the exit ramp.

North Mesa

27 Hours
Sunday, Sept. 30 at 3 a.m. to Monday, Oct. 1 at 6 a.m.

  • North Mesa Street (SH 20) will close completely in both directions between Remcon Circle and Osborne Drive. Detour: Motorists should use an alternate route such as Sunland Park Drive, Thorn Avenue or Redd Road.
  • All North Mesa entrance ramps and exit ramps (Exit 11) to and from I-10 will close. Detour: Motorists should use alternate ramps at Redd Road or Sunland Park Drive.
  • McClintock Drive access to South Desert Boulevard will close.
  • South Desert Boulevard will close between McClintock Street and North Mesa Street (SH 20).
  • Crews will be moving barrier walls and re-striping lanes.
  • IMPORTANT: After the closure lifts, motorists on North Mesa Street (SH 20) at the I-10 overpass will experience a change in traffic lane patterns. Motorists should plan for extra travel time and approach the area cautiously and patiently.  

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