• October 21, 2021

Tags : el paso pccs

Sun Metro extends Streetcar Summer Schedule hours

Beginning the week of May 13, 2019, the El Paso Streetcar will extend its weekend service hours to meet the needs of summer downtown programming. “Our purpose is to cater to our riders needs and enhance their quality of life by providing service to the numerous events, countless restaurants and businesses, along the streetcar route,”  […]Read More

Streetcar Hours Extended for Last Thursdays El Paso Events

Officials with Sun Metro announced Wednesday that the El Paso Streetcar would be extending operating hours during the Last Thursdays El Paso Art Walk and Galley Crawl. Streetcar service hours will be extended to 11 p.m. every last Thursday of the month starting March 28, 2019. Last Thursdays, a downtown cultural event, will run through November. […]Read More

Sun Metro to Host Community Meetings on Streetcar Safety

Starting next week, Sun Metro has scheduled three community meetings to raise awareness about Streetcar Safety. The El Paso Streetcar project is in its testing and training phase. To ensure the system can operate safely for the public, Sun Metro encourages the public to obey traffic laws and cross safely at designated locations when driving, […]Read More

Daytime Trolley Testing Set to Begin Monday

As preparations related to the the El Paso Streetcar Project continue, the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority and Sun Metro are planning several testing and training operations in the coming weeks. On Monday, August 13, 2018, Sun Metro will begin training streetcar operators during daytime hours from 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. This will be […]Read More

Early Thursday AM Closure of Mesa at Baltimore/Glory for Overhead

Officials with the Streetcar project are giving motorists on the Westside a heads up about upcoming trolley-related work. During the early morning hours of Thursday, May 31st, motorists in the Kern Place area should expect a four-hour closure of Mesa Street very early on Thursday morning. In order to install the cross-span wires, which support […]Read More

First of Six Restored PCC Streetcars Returns to El Paso

After being mothballed for more than four decades, undergoing two years of extensive renovation, and making a 3,600 mile round trip to the Keystone State, the very first of El Paso’s vintage streetcars is back in the Sun City. Monday morning, the truck carrying Car No. 1506 enterd Downtown El Paso accompanied by an escort […]Read More

Video+Story: Striping set Soon for Stanton Street

Stanton Street will look dramatically different in the coming weeks, as crews from Paso del Norte Trackworks begin final striping work there which includes the final striping for the railway, roadway, and the installation of the region’s first-ever two-way protected bikeway. The designs for Stanton Street’s new railway, roadway and bikeway were initially presented to […]Read More

Streetcar Crews Set to Put Finishing Touches on Street Work,

As crews from Paso del Norte Trackworks turn their focus toward overhead power systems, they’re also finishing up minor street and sidewalk work at various sections along the 4.8 mile route. That work will require a handful of lane restrictions and street closures over the coming weeks. On Wednesday, August 30, 2017, Yandell Drive will […]Read More

Streetcar Work Update: All Lanes on Mesa Now Open at

All lanes of Mesa Street are once again open to traffic at Baltimore Drive/Glory Road —earlier than expected, according to the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority. Glory Road has also re-opened between Oregon Street and Mesa Street and Baltimore Drive has re-opened between Mesa Street and Stanton Street. “Completion of rail work across Mesa Street […]Read More

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