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Project Studies: El Paso District

Before a project is built, a study must be done to determine if it will fill a transportation need, will not negatively impact the surrounding area and fits the department's overall plan. During the study phase, potential projects are analyzed to determine if they are cost-effective while also efficiently improving mobility. Some of these projects have moved beyond the study phase and are under construction.

Location Project Description
El Paso I-10 Connect Improve access from I-10 to Loop 375 (Border Highway) and provide access to Bridge of the Americas Port of Entry
El Paso I-10 Collector-Distributor Lanes Construct collector-distributor (c-d) lanes and improvements to the I-10 and US 85 interchange
El Paso I-10 Operational Improvements Widen I-10 between Viscount Boulevard and Zaragoza Road.
El Paso Loop 375 - Border Highway East Improve regional mobility and safety as well as provide improved connectivity
El Paso Loop 375 - Border Highway West Proposed construction of a new four-lane controlled access toll facility that connects Loop 375 to US 85
El Paso Loop 375 - Franklin Mountains State Park Entrance Proposed Improvements to the entrance of Franklin Mountains State Park
El Paso Loop 375 - Managed Lanes Widen the roadway with construction of tolled lanes
El Paso Loop 375 - Transmountain West Improvements from I-10 to east of the Franklin Mountains State Park Entrance
El Paso Alameda / Paisano
Intersection improvements to SH 20 at US 62
El Paso Spur 1966 A new connection between Schuster Avenue on the UTEP campus and Paisano Drive via a bridge over I-10