Commuters in far East El Paso now have a new signalized intersection to assist with traffic management and enhance roadway safety.
The intersection of Rich Beem and Pebble Hills is the first of 16 intersections getting traffic signals as part of the City’s commitment to invest in mobility and enhance its regional comprehensive transportation system.
According to city officials, most of the intersections will be signalized within 16 months. All the projects are scheduled to be completed by 2020. The cost to signalize each intersection is about $300,000.
“Motorists are encouraged to use caution while traveling through the newly signalized area,” officials added.
The other intersections funded to receive signals are:
- Resler and Northern Pass
- Pebble Hills and Sun Fire
- Kenworthy and Sun Valley
- Marcus Uribe and Sean Haggerty
- Tierra Cortez and Tierra Este
- Resler and Nardo Goodman
- Alameda and Whittier
- North Loop and Lafayette
- Schuster and El Paso
- Zaragoza and John Hayes
- Pellicano and Michaelangelo
- Northwestern and Helen of Troy
- Silver Springs and Shadow Mountain
- Doniphan and Bird
- Doniphan and West Green