• October 25, 2021

Tags : el paso street cars

Streetcar Extends ‘El Paso Strong Ride’ through October

 El Paso Streetcar will extend its El Paso Strong Ride campaign through the end of October. “We are pleased to extend the El Paso Strong Ride to offer our riders the opportunity to continue to help create a legacy of love by contributing to the development of the El Paso Strong Memorial. The extension of […]Read More

City Inviting Residents to ‘Imagine the Future of the El

The offices of  City Representatives Peter Svarzbein and Cissy Lizarraga , in conjunction with the Planning & Inspections Department of the City of El Paso, are inviting residents to attend an interactive mapping exercise to provide input on the Streetcar Corridor Plan. City officials share that “This will be an opportunity to voice ideas, concerns, and […]Read More

Trolley Testing To Close Portions of Stanton, Oregon Streets Wednesday

As testing for the El Paso Streetcar Project continues, contractors working for the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority will close Stanton Street and Oregon Street between Crosby Avenue and Montana Avenue. The closures will begin at approximately 9pm on Wednesday, August 15, 2018. Cross streets in this area will be closed at Stanton and Oregon as well. […]Read More

Final Phase of Major Streetcar work on Santa Fe Street

Major work related to the El Paso Streetcar project on Santa Fe Street near Sun Metro’s Burt Williams Downtown Transfer Center will enter its final phase next week, according to the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority. To accommodate storm drain work there, lane restrictions will be in place on South El Paso Street at 4th […]Read More

Street work begins on El Paso Streetcar Project

The Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority (CRRMA) announced today that some construction activities for the El Paso Streetcar Project (the Project) will begin on Monday, December 7, 2015 and run through Friday, December 18, 2015. This work will include:  (i) potholing on Stanton and Father Rahm Streets;  (ii) a temporary sidewalk realignment at Sun Metro’s […]Read More

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