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Environmental process

TxDOT has started a project to look at improvements to I-10 between Executive Center Boulevard and State Loop 478 (Copia Street) in El Paso, Texas. This project, also known as Downtown 10, has historic places adjacent to the interstate and we would like your help to preserve that history. Learn more about these efforts below. 

The environmental process will include evaluation of potential environmental impacts in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act and other state and federal environmental regulations. The environmental process will include evaluation of design alternatives and assessments of potential impacts to the natural and human environment, including:

  • Vegetation
  • Threated and endangered species
  • Water resources
  • Air quality
  • Archeological resources
  • Historic resources
  • Hazardous materials
  • Utilities
  • Community impacts
  • Environmental justice and limited english proficiency
  • Access and travel patterns
  • Visual impacts

These assessments will be documented in technical reports which will be available for public review at the time of the public hearing. Will follow National Environmental Policy Act Process and other regulatory requirements.

More information about TxDOT Environmental and NEPA process, please visit TxDOT’s environmental page.