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TxDoT, GO10 Closures Week of September 5th

With the halfway mark on the Go10 project in the rearview mirror, crews continue to pick up speed with the rest of the project ahead of them.

Listed below are the closures for this week, and Go10 officials remind motorists to go GO 10 project  for traffic alerts that contain information only on the construction activities project.

Go10 officials add, “Don’t forget about the 27-hour full closure of I-10 West at Executive Center happening next Sunday, September 10.”

Photo courtesy GO10
LOCATION DURATION DESCRIPTION
Mesa

 

Continuous

Starting at 9 am Sept. 5, and possibly opening at 4 pm Sept. 17

 

The right through-lane on North Mesa Street (SH 20, eastbound) – in the direction moving toward Remcon Circle – will close between Osborne Drive and the I-10 Westbound Exit Ramp.

 

Sunland

 

Four Days

Sept. 5-8

9 am to 4 pm daily

The Sunland Park Exit Ramp from I-10 West will experience a right-turn lane closure leading up to Sunland Park Drive. The exit ramp WILL BE OPEN to traffic.
I-10 West @ Sunland

 

Full Closure

Three Nights

Sept. 5-7

9 pm each night to 6 am each morning

 

·      I-10 Westbound will close completely between the Sunland Park Exit Ramp (Exit 13) and the North Mesa Overpass.

·      Sunland Park Overpass at I-10 will close completely between the eastbound and westbound ramps.

·      The Resler Flyover Entrance Ramp to I-10 East will close.

 

Detour:  I-10 Westbound traffic will exit at Sunland Park (Exit 13), go to North Mesa Street (SH 20), then take North Mesa Street to I-10 where traffic may re-enter I-10 West. Follow all detour signs in place.

I-10 West @ Executive

 

Full Closure

All Day, 27 Hours

Sunday, Sept. 10

3 am to 6 am the next day

 

 

I-10 West will close completely between Executive Center (Exit 16) and Sunland Park.

 

Detour:  Traffic on I-10 West will be detoured at the Executive Exit (Exit 16), take Executive Center Boulevard to North Mesa Street (SH 20), then take North Mesa Street to Sunland Park Drive where they may re-enter I-10 West.

 

Major Operation: Crews are planning to shift I-10 Westbound traffic onto all-new I-10 westbound lanes.

 

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