• November 27, 2020
 Complete overnight closures on I-10, Alameda scheduled to resume on January 6

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Complete overnight closures on I-10, Alameda scheduled to resume on January 6

Connect 10 crews return to work Monday, with all the attendant closures and detours. According to Connect 10 officials, work that was put off in late 2019, resumes for the first complete week of the new year.

“If weather allows, crews will place concrete for a new direct connector ramp linking southbound US 54 to Juárez this week,” officials shared via an email.  “The work was re-scheduled from December when weather conditions were too cold to allow the concrete to achieve its full strength.”

The work will require the complete overnight closure of Interstate 10 at US 54 for at least two nights next week. Crews will also resume nightly closures on SH 20 (Alameda Avenue) at US 54.

 

Monday, January 6, and Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Nightly 9pm to 5am

  • I-10 will be closed to all traffic at US 54.
  • Ramp C which connects northbound US 54 to eastbound I-10 will be closed to all traffic.
  • Ramp L which connects Gateway Boulevard West to westbound I-10 at Raynolds Street will be closed to all traffic.
  • DETOUR: Eastbound and westbound traffic on I-10 will take Exit 22B (US 54/Alamogordo/Juárez/Fort Bliss), travel north on US 54 to Exit 22B (Pershing Drive), use the Pershing Turnaround, enter southbound US 54 and follow signs to eastbound I-10, westbound I-10 or Juárez.

Crews will complete concrete work on a new direct connector ramp.

 

Monday, January 6, through Thursday, January 9, 2020

Nightly 9pm to 5am

  • SH 20 (Alameda Avenue) will be closed to all traffic at US 54.
  • DETOURS: Eastbound traffic will turn left on Loop 478 (Copia Street), right on Gateway Boulevard East, and right on Raynolds street. Westbound traffic will use westbound US 62 (Paisano Drive) and turn right on Loop 478 (Copia Street).
  • NOTE: Alameda will remain open to local traffic only except for the area immediately under US 54.

 

Crews will be placing columns for a new direct connector ramp.

 

The following long-term closures will continue without interruption:

  • Ramps F and G, which connect I-10 to Juárez at the Spaghetti Bowl, remain detoured through northbound US 54 to Pershing Drive until further notice.
  • Ramp T, which connects Gateway Boulevard North to northbound US 54 north of US 62 (Paisano Drive), remains closed until further notice.
  • Both turnarounds under US 54 at US 62 (Paisano Drive) remain closed until further notice.
  • Intermittent lane closures will be in place on US 54 between Loop 375 and Spur 601.
  • Intermittent lane closures will be in place on Gateway Boulevard East between Piedras Street and US 62/180 (Paisano Drive).
  • Lane closures will be in place on eastbound and westbound SH 20 (Alameda Avenue) at US 54 until further notice.
  • Lane closures will be in place on eastbound and westbound US 62 (Paisano Drive) between I-110 and US 54 until further notice.
  • Lane closures will be in place on Ramp D, which connects southbound US 54 to eastbound I-10 until further notice.
  • Lane closures will be in place on Gateway Boulevard South between Findley Avenue and US 62 (Paisano Drive) until further notice.
  • Intermittent closures of the onramp which connects Gateway Boulevard East to eastbound I-10 at Loop 478 (Copia Street).
  • Intermittent closures on Gateway Boulevard East between Piedras Street and US 62/180 (Paisano Drive).
  • Intermittent closures on Gateway Boulevard West between Boone Street and Palm Street.
  • Intermittent closures of Durazno Avenue, Rosa Avenue and Uva Street.
  • Intermittent lane closures on Ramp H which connects eastbound I-10 to northbound US 54.

Onramp and offramp closures may begin up to one hour earlier than stated times. All information is subject to change based upon weather and field conditions.

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