Motorists, pedestrians and cyclists should anticipate new temporary traffic patterns in the coming days as rail work related to the El Paso Streetcar Projects continues to advance toward its conclusion, according to the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority.
Beginning on Tuesday, July 25, 2017, traffic on Mesa Street will shift from the inside lanes to the outside lanes at the intersection with Glory Road/Baltimore Drive. Crews from Paso del Norte Trackworks have completed the first two phases of rail work in the intersection.
Traffic will remain reduced to a single lane in each direction through late August.
Baltimore Drive remains closed to thru traffic between Stanton Street and Mesa Street while Glory Road remains closed to thru traffic between Mesa Street and Oregon Street.
Motorists seeking the access the Glory Road Parking Garage can continue to do so via Oregon Street. Pedestrians are encouraged to cross Mesa Street at Cincinnati Street or at the crosswalk adjacent to the Don Haskins Center.
Beginning during the week of July 31, 2017, two-way traffic on Stanton Street between Yandell Drive and Schuster Avenue will shift from the west side of the street to the east side of the street. With the exception of Nevada Avenue, all cross streets are open at Stanton.
The following traffic impacts will remain in place during the week of July 24, 2017:
- Stanton Street between Franklin Avenue and Wyoming Avenue
- Oregon Street between Franklin Avenue and Wyoming Avenue
- Nevada Street immediately west of Oregon Street
- Rio Grande Avenue immediately east of Oregon Street
- Crosby Avenue immediately west of Mesa Street (July 24 only)
- Yandell Drive between Kansas Street and Santa Fe Street
- Wyoming Avenue between Kansas Street and Santa Fe Street
- Oregon Street between Yandell Drive and Wyoming Avenue
- Santa Fe Street between Father Rahm Avenue and 4th Avenue
- Missouri Avenue at Oregon Street
- Missouri Avenue at Stanton Street