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Overnight Closure for Streetcar Testing on South Kansas Set for Monday

Overnight testing for the El Paso Streetcar Project will take place on Kansas Street between Paisano Drive and Father Rahm Avenue beginning at approximately 8:00 p.m. on Monday, August 27, 2018.

To accommodate this work, Kansas Street will be closed to all traffic between Paisano Drive and Father Rahm Avenue beginning late Monday night.

Third Avenue and Fourth Avenue will be closed to all traffic at Kansas Street. On-street parking will be prohibited. All streets will re-open to traffic by 6am on Tuesday.

CRRMA officials say, “Before the Sun Metro begins operating the service for the public, the CRRMA must undertake a rigorous, months-long testing to ensure the system is safe. That means, you’ll see streetcars running along the line before you can get on board.”

Work is expected to be complete by 6am on Tuesday, August 28, 2018.

Trolley Line Testing Continues; Lane Closures Set for Kansas Street, Father Rahm Avenue

As testing of the El Paso Streetcar Project’s overhead power lines continues along the Downtown loop, drivers should take note of lane and parking restrictions along Kansas Street and Father Rahm Avenue this week, according to the Camino Real Regional Mobile Authority.

Beginning Monday, January 29, 2018, the far left lane on southbound Kansas Street will be closed at San Antonio Avenue for electrical system testing.

The closure will remain in effect through Friday, February 2, 2018.

In addition, beginning Tuesday, January 30, 2018, the westbound lane of Father Rahm Avenue will be closed from Kansas to Santa Fe streets in order for crews to take power line measurements.

The lane will remain Closed through Thursday, February 1, 2018.

No parking will be allowed on Father Rahm Avenue between Kansas and Santa Fe streets during the three days of lane closure.

Streetcar work Accelerates ahead of Shopping Season, Community Celebrations

As the Holiday Season ramps up, crews from Paso del Norte Trackworks are working to minimize the construction impact in high-traffic shopping areas and on community celebrations, which are anticipated along the 4.8 mile route of the El Paso Streetcar Project.

In order to re-open Santa Fe Street before the Celebration of Lights at San Jacinto Plaza and WinterFest at Arts Festival Plaza, crews will close Santa Fe Street to all traffic on Monday, November 7, 2016, between Franklin Avenue and Overland Avenue. This closure is necessary to pave and stripe this part of the street and is estimated to last approximately four weeks.

Also on Monday, San Antonio Avenue will be closed to thru traffic at Santa Fe Street. Santa Fe Street will re-open to one lane in each direction between Overland Avenue and Paisano Drive.  Overland Avenue will re-open at Santa Fe Street at this time.

During this work, motorists can access the Convention Center parking garage thru a temporary entrance on San Antonio Avenue at Chihuahua Street.

Existing lane restrictions remain in place on Kansas Street between Franklin Avenue and Father Rahm Avenue. Main Drive, Mills Avenue, San Antonio Avenue, and Overland Avenue remain closed to thru traffic between Kansas Street and Stanton Street. This work is also being coordinated to accommodate the Celebration of Lights parade.

To avoid both of these work zones, commuters who usually use Santa Fe Street or Kansas Street are encouraged to consider the following alternate routes:

  • I-10 East to Exit 16/Executive Center Boulevard to Paisano Drive to access Downtown.
  • I-10 East to Exit 18B/Porfirio Diaz Street to Franklin Avenue to Durango to Paisano to access Downtown.
  • I-10 West to Exit 20/Cotton Street and access Downtown via Texas Avenue or Myrtle Avenue.
  • Loop 375 West/César Chávez Border Highway to Campbell Street to access Downtown.

Crews have closed the intersection of Stanton Street to thru traffic between Baltimore Drive and Robinson Avenue to finalize utility relocation work there. Cincinnati Avenue is closed to thru traffic between Kansas Street and Stanton Street. This closure is expected to last approximately three weeks and will allow crews to begin laying rail along this section of Stanton Street in early 2017.

To accommodate the Holiday Shopping Season, work will not take place in the heart of the Kern Place/Cincinnati Avenue District between Thanksgiving and Christmas. However, the intersection of Stanton Street and Boston Avenue will close beginning on Monday, November 28, 2016, so crews can finalize utility relocation work there. This closure will last between three and five weeks.

Crews also continue working to re-open Father Rahm Avenue in South El Paso in advance of the Holiday Shopping Season there. To accommodate this work, Father Rahm Avenue remains closed to thru traffic between Kansas Street and Santa Fe Street while Mesa and Oregon Street remain closed between 4th Avenue and 6th Avenue. Lane restrictions remain in place on El Paso Street and Stanton Street between 4th Avenue and 6th Avenue.

Some work will be required along Father Rahm Avenue after the Holiday Shopping Season.

As work continues along the 4.8 mile route, the following traffic impacts will remain in place during the week of November 7, 2016:

Street Closures

  • Oregon Street between Rio Grande Avenue and Schuster Avenue (reduced to single northbound lane)
  • Crosby Avenue, Cliff Drive, River Avenue and California Avenue immediately west of Oregon Street
  • Arizona Avenue between Kansas Street and Stanton Street
  • Stanton Street between Rio Grande Avenue and California Avenue
  • Arizona Avenue between Mesa Street and Oregon Street
  • Rio Grande Avenue between Oregon Street and El Paso Street

Lane Restrictions

  • Schuster Avenue at Oregon Street
  • Santa Fe Street between Montestruc Court and Overland Avenue

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More Streetcar Rail Installation means Lane Restrictions Set to Begin on Missouri Avenue

Rail is now being installed along Oregon Street and Kansas Street as part of the El Paso Streetcar Project. However, motorists should expect a handful of changes to street closures and lane restrictions as other work associated with the project continues, according to the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority.

Missouri Avenue will be reduced to one westbound lane at Stanton Street beginning on Friday, July 15, 2016. This lane restriction will last for approximately three weeks as crews continue utility relocation work. While Missouri will remain open, motorists who use Exit19B/Downtown from westbound Interstate 10 should consider turning left on Kansas Street or right on Campbell Street to avoid the lane restrictions. Motorists should also consider using Exit 19A/Mesa Street and Exit 20/Cotton Street.

Stanton Street also remains closed to all traffic between Franklin Avenue and Missouri Avenue. Utility relocation work will continue moving north on Stanton Street in the coming weeks.

Beginning on Thursday, July 14, 2016, Oregon Street will be closed to all traffic between Glory Road and Cincinnati Avenue so crews can replace concrete pavement. Oregon Street remains reduced to a single northbound lane between Schuster Avenue and Cincinnati Avenue where crews are laying rail. Lane restrictions remain in place on Oregon Street between Franklin Avenue and Schuster Avenue.

Kansas Street remains closed between Paisano Drive and Father Rahm Avenue where crews began laying rail late last week. East-west cross streets are closed to traffic at Kansas. This closure is expected to remain in place thru mid-September.

Father Rahm Avenue remains closed between Kansas Street and Santa Fe Street as crews install upgraded storm drains as part of the project. While South El Paso Street is reduced to one northbound lane at Father Rahm Avenue, other north-south cross streets remain open. This closure is expected to remain in place thru October.

As work continues along the El Paso Streetcar Project’s 4.8 mile route, the following traffic patterns will remain in place:

COMPLETE CLOSURES

  • Stanton Street between Mississippi Avenue and Cincinnati Avenue
  • Baltimore Drive between Mesa Street and Kansas Street
  • Crosby Avenue between Stanton Street and Kansas Street
  • Rim Road west of Oregon Street
  • Hague Road west of Oregon Street
  • Main Drive closed at Santa Fe Street

LANE RESTRICTIONS

  • Franklin Avenue between Santa Fe Street and Kansas Street
  • Santa Fe Street between Franklin Avenue and Main Drive
  • Santa Fe Street between Paisano Drive and Loop 375
  • Stanton Street between Cliff Drive and Schuster Avenue
  • Campbell Street at First Avenue
  • University Avenue at Oregon Street
  • Schuster Avenue at Oregon Street

As utility relocation work continues, overnight closures of Santa Fe Street between Father Rahm Avenue and Third Avenue will be required in the coming weeks. An exact date for this closure has not been announced.

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Franklin to Re-Open, Stanton Street to close as Streetcar Utility Work Continues

As crews continue laying rail for the El Paso Streetcar project on Oregon Street, utility relocation work continues elsewhere along the route requiring the following street closures and lane restrictions, many of which begin after the Independence Day weekend.

Beginning on Wednesday, July 6, 2016, Stanton Street is scheduled to close to thru traffic between Franklin Avenue and Missouri Avenue. This closure is expected to last for approximately four weeks. Franklin Avenue, which is presently closed, will once again be open but reduced to one lane at Stanton Street.

Additionally, motorists should expect lane closures on Franklin Avenue between Santa Fe Street and Oregon Street and between Mesa Street and Stanton Street.

Stanton Street will be closed to thru traffic between Cincinnati Avenue and Mississippi Avenue. Baltimore Drive will be closed to thru traffic between Kansas Street and Mesa Street. An exact date for these closures has not been announced.

This closure, which is necessary to allow crews to relocate underground utilities in the intersection of Stanton and Baltimore, is expected to last approximately three weeks.

El Paso Street will also be reduced to one northbound lane at Father Rahm Avenue. This closure, which is expected to last for approximately four weeks is necessary to allow crews to safely install underground storm drain lines along Father Rahm Avenue.

Additionally, one northbound lane of Santa Fe Street will be closed to traffic between Main Drive and Franklin Avenue. Main will be closed to all traffic at Franklin at this time. These closures are expected to last approximately 2-3 weeks.

Also beginning on Wednesday, lane restrictions will be in place on Oregon Street between Missouri Avenue and Franklin Avenue. This closure will last approximately one week as crews relocate waste water lines.

Oregon Street remains reduced to a single northbound lane between Schuster Avenue and University Avenue as crews continue removing asphalt in preparation to begin laying rail in that section of street. The closure in this work zone is expected to last through September.

It also remains reduced to a single northbound lane between University Avenue and Glory Road thru mid-August. Work is underway laying rail at this location. The closure in this work zone is expected to last thru mid-August.

As work continues along the El Paso Streetcar Project’s 4.8 mile route, the following traffic patterns will remain in place during the week of July 4:

COMPLETE CLOSURES

  • Father Rahm Avenue between Santa Fe Street and Kansas Street
  • Kansas Street between Paisano Drive and Father Rahm Avenue
  • Stanton Street between Robinson Avenue and Kerbey Avenue
  • Boston Avenue between Mesa Street and Kansas Street
  • Crosby Avenue between Mesa Street and Stanton Street
  • Rim Road west of Oregon Street
  • Hague Road west of Oregon Street

LANE RESTRICTIONS

  • Franklin Avenue between Santa Fe Street and Oregon Street
  • Santa Fe Street between Paisano Drive and Loop 375
  • Stanton Street between Cliff Drive and Schuster Avenue
  • Campbell Street at First Avenue
  • Schuster Avenue at Oregon
  • University Avenue at Oregon

OTHER UPCOMING CLOSURES AND LANE RESTRICTIONS

In the coming weeks, overnight closures will be required on Santa Fe Street between Third Avenue and Father Rahm Avenue. An exact date for these closures has not yet been announced.

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As 1st Streetcar Rails are Welded Wednesday, Closures Expand Along Route

Contractors for the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority (CRRMA) will weld the first rail for the El Paso Streetcar Project on Oregon Street near the University of Texas at El Paso on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, other crews continue making progress at several other locations along the 4.8 mile route.

To safely accommodate track-related work within this work zone, Oregon Street has been reduced to a single northbound lane between Glory Road and University Avenue thru mid-August. Occasional complete closures will be necessary, including a complete closure of Oregon Street between Glory Road and Cincinnati Avenue which began on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, and will last for approximately one week.

To complete this project on schedule, multiple crews are working on several tasks in several areas along the 4.8 mile route simultaneously.  Link to most updated comprehensive map HERE.

Beginning on Wednesday, June 22, 2016, lane closures will be in place along Franklin Avenue between Santa Fe Street and Oregon Street and between Mesa Street and Stanton Street as crews work on underground utilities.

On Monday, June 27, 2016, Franklin Avenue will close to all traffic east of Stanton Street as crews resume utility relocation work there. Additionally, Oregon Street will be reduced to a single northbound lane between University Avenue and Schuster Avenue as crews begin preparing that section of street for rail. The closure in this work zone is expected to last through September.

This closure is expected to remain in place for approximately one week. Motorists who use northbound Franklin Street to access I-10 eastbound from Downtown El Paso should consider alternate routes such as Wyoming Avenue or Campbell Street to Franklin Avenue. When this section of work is complete, Stanton Street will close to all traffic between Franklin Avenue and Missouri Avenue.

Crews from Paso del Norte Trackworks continue utility relocation and storm drain upgrades in other locations along the 4.8 mile route. Motorists, pedestrians and cyclists are asked to be aware of work at the following locations during the week of June 27:

COMPLETE CLOSURES

  • Father Rahm Avenue between Santa Fe Street and Kansas Street
  • Kansas Street between Paisano Drive and Father Rahm Avenue
  • Stanton Street between Robinson Avenue and Kerbey Avenue
  • Boston Avenue between Mesa Street and Kansas Street
  • Crosby Avenue between Mesa Street and Stanton Street
  • Main Drive closed at Santa Fe Street
  • Rim Road west of Oregon Street

LANE RESTRICTIONS

  • Santa Fe Street between Franklin Avenue and Main Drive
  • Santa Fe Street between Paisano Drive and Loop 375
  • Stanton Street between Cliff Drive and Schuster Avenue
  • Franklin Avenue between Mesa Street and Stanton Street
  • Campbell Street at First Avenue
  • University Avenue at Oregon

OTHER UPCOMING CLOSURES AND LANE RESTRICTIONS

  • As utility relocation work continues along Stanton Street, the intersection of Stanton Street and Baltimore Drive will close to all traffic in the coming weeks. An exact date for this closure has not been announced.

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Rails Return to Streets of El Paso; Installation to Begin near UTEP

Rail will soon begin its return to the streets of the Sun City, as work on the track phase of the El Paso Streetcar Project starts next week.

“Since late last year, crews have mainly focused on underground utility work related to the project,” said Raymond Telles, Executive Director, of the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority. “However, El Pasoans will soon see crews undertaking the highly-complex, highly-technical work of laying the first massive sections of specialized steel rail which will make up the 4.8 mile route.”

Track work will be primarily focused in zones which are several blocks long. Work in each zone will take several months to complete and typically progresses in the following fashion:

  • Remove all existing pavement where necessary
  • Precisely level the exposed ground by removing existing dirt and rock and replacing it with new material and in some locations installing new curb and sidewalks. (This phase will require three to six weeks to complete)
  • Lay and weld rail segments which average 540 feet in length
  • Pour 12-inch thick concrete slab around rail, requiring two to three weeks to fully set
  • Finalize roadway repairs including final striping

Businesses and residents will maintain access to their property at all times.

The first track work will take place on Oregon Street between Glory Road and University Avenue, where streetcars will run in the southbound transit lane.

To accommodate work, Oregon Street will be reduced to one lane in each direction between Glory Road and University Avenue beginning on Monday, May 16, 2016. University Avenue will be reduced to one lane in each direction at Oregon Street. Robinson Avenue and Cincinnati Avenue will be closed to east-west traffic at Oregon Street. These closures will last through mid-August.

An additional two- to three-week complete closure of Oregon Street near the Glory Road Transfer Center will be required over the summer to allow crews to replace additional concrete paving there.

As crews prepare to begin track work, underground utility work continues at the following locations:

Lane restrictions are now in place at the intersection of Mesa Street and Franklin Avenue. All lanes of the Franklin Avenue/Oregon Street intersection and the Franklin Avenue/Stanton Street intersection have reopened.

Motorists who typically use Mesa Street to enter Downtown are encouraged to consider alternate routes, including Kansas Street which is once again open between Main Drive and San Antonio Avenue

The intersection of Stanton Street and Crosby Avenue is now closed in all directions. Beginning on Wednesday, May 11, 2016, work will move into the intersection of Stanton Street and Schuster Avenue. To accommodate this work, Stanton Street will be closed to thru traffic from Rim Road to Cliff Drive.

Crosby Avenue will be closed to thru traffic from Mesa Street to Kansas Street. Lane restrictions will be in place on Schuster Avenue between Mesa and Kansas.

Beginning during the week of May 16, 2016, Kansas Street will be closed to all traffic between Paisano Drive and Father Rahm Avenue. This closure is necessary to allow crews to continue work on underground utilities and replace curbs and sidewalks.

Santa Fe Street remains reduced to one lane in each direction between San Antonio Avenue and Franklin Avenue. On Friday, May 13, 2016, Santa Fe Street will be reduced to one lane in each direction at the intersection with Father Rahm Avenue. This lane restriction is expected to last fewer than 24 hours. Father Rahm remains closed to east-west traffic.

Father Rahm Avenue remains closed to thru traffic between Santa Fe Street and Kansas Street.

All lanes of Yandell Drive are once again open at Stanton Street. Kansas Street is once again open to traffic between Texas Avenue and San Antonio Avenue.

Crews have installed temporary asphalt patches and will return to both locations to complete rail installation and roadway repairs.

Lane Restrictions at Other Locations

  • Kansas Street between San Antonio Avenue and Father Rahm Avenue
  • Campbell Street at First Avenue
  • San Antonio Avenue between Stanton and Campbell Street
  • Intermittent lane closures on Oregon Street from Yandell Drive to Glory Road
  • Intermittent lane closures on Stanton Street from Yandell Drive to Baltimore Drive
  • Work will is expected take place along Santa Fe Street between Loop 375 and Paisano Drive beginning later this month. This will require overnight complete closures and daytime lane restrictions.
  • Stanton Street will be completely closed between Franklin and Wyoming in the coming weeks.

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Intersections Impacted as El Paso Streetcar Utility Work Continues

Utility relocation work associated with the El Paso Streetcar Project will require the following closures in the coming days:

  • The intersection of Stanton Street and Crosby Avenue will be closed in all directions for approximately 10-14 days.
  • Santa Fe Street will be reduced to one lane in each direction at Father Rahm Avenue for approximately 10-14 days; Father Rahm will remain closed at Santa Fe Street.

The exact date on which each closure will begin is subject to the completion of certain tasks at other work zones.

The Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority will provide an update before the closures begin.

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Streetcar work Moves to Montana Avenue, Santa Fe Street on Monday

Motorists, pedestrians and cyclists should be on the lookout for changes in traffic patterns in and around Downtown El Paso beginning on Monday, March 28, 2016. The changes are necessary to allow crews to continue the relocation of underground utilities associated with the El Paso Streetcar Project.

Montana Avenue will close to all traffic at Stanton Street on Monday, March 28, 2016. Arizona Avenue is scheduled to re-open to westbound traffic next week; Rio Grande Avenue opened to eastbound traffic earlier this week. Stanton Street remains closed from Yandell Drive to Arizona Avenue.

The previously announced southbound closure on Santa Fe Street has been moved to Monday, March 28, 2016, as well. At that time, Santa Fe will be closed to southbound thru traffic between Franklin Avenue and San Antonio Avenue.

Motorists will be able to access the Judson F. Williams Convention Center Parking Garage via Santa Fe Street during the closure which is expected to last approximately one week. Santa Fe Street will remain open to northbound traffic.

A complete closure of the Santa Fe/San Antonio intersection is anticipated in the coming weeks.

  • Lane closures continue on Oregon Street between River Avenue and Glory Road.
  • Lane closures cnotinue on Kansas Street between Paisano Drive and Father Rahm Avenue.
  • As crews continue laying pipe and pressure testing their installations, Father Rahm Avenue remains closed to east-west traffic. However, all north-south streets are now open at Father Rahm.
  • Kansas Street remains closed between Texas and San Antonio.

In early April, Yandell Drive will be closed at Stanton Street. This closure is expected to impact eastbound motorists on I-10 who use Exit 19A/Mesa Street to access destinations near Downtown. During this closure, Motorists are encouraged to exit Cotton Street, taking Cotton to Arizona Avenue to access destinations north of I-10.

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Streetcar Work to Close Texas Avenue at Kansas Street Thursday

Texas Avenue will close to all eastbound and westbound traffic at Kansas Street beginning on Thursday, March 10, 2016.

The closure, which will last for approximately two weeks, is necessary to allow crews to continue underground utility work related to the El Paso Streetcar Project.

San Antonio Avenue will re-open to east-west traffic at Kansas Street on Friday, March 11, 2016. Kansas Street will remain closed from Texas to San Antonio.

Crews will begin installing new storm drains on Kansas Street between Paisano Drive and Father Rahm Avenue will continue for approximately four weeks.

Initially, traffic will be routed along the westernmost lane of Kansas Street. Once crews have completed storm drain installation on the eastern side of the street, traffic will move to the street’s easternmost lane. On-street parking will be allowed only on the side of the street which is open to traffic.

The intersection of Kansas Street and Father Rahm Avenue, which is presently closed, is expected to re-open to north-south traffic during the week of March 14. At that time, north-south lane closures will begin on Mesa Street at Father Rahm Avenue. Father Rahm Avenue remains closed to east-west traffic.

Lane closures continue along Oregon Street near El Paso Community College and the University of Texas at El Paso. Arizona Avenue and Rio Grande Avenue remain closed at Stanton Street. Stanton Street remains closed between Montana and Arizona.

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Streetcar project work moves to UTEP area; Continues in Downtown El Paso

The Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority (CRRMA) has announced that contractors will add additional crews, expand their work zones and institute new street closures next week as utility work associated with the El Paso Streetcar Project kicks into high gear.

Stanton Street at Baltimore Drive

Beginning on Tuesday, February 2, 2016, lane and sidewalk closures will begin on Stanton Street near Baltimore Drive. The intersection will remain open to traffic. Motorists, pedestrians and cyclists are encouraged to obey all traffic signs.

Intersection of Franklin Avenue and Kansas Street

Beginning on Tuesday, February 2, 2016, lane shifts will be in place at the intersection of Franklin Avenue and Kansas Street. The intersection will remain open to traffic. Motorists, pedestrians and cyclists are encouraged to obey all traffic signs.

Stanton Street from Arizona Avenue to Montana

Beginning on Thursday, February 4, 2016, Stanton Street will close from Arizona Avenue to Montana Avenue. Rio Grande Avenue will be closed to all traffic at Stanton. Work at this location will take approximately four weeks. This will allow Stanton Street to re-open adjacent to Cathedral High School.

On Thursday, February 4, and Friday, February 5, 2016, Texas Avenue will close to eastbound and westbound traffic at Kansas Street. Motorists should consider Mills Avenue and San Antonio Avenue as an east-west alternate.

Work Underway at Other Locations

  • Father Rahm Avenue from Santa Fe Street to Campbell Street.

Work Planned at Other Locations in the Coming Weeks

  • San Antonio Avenue at Kansas Street.
  • Santa Fe Street at Franklin Avenue.
  • Oregon Street at Glory Road.

Residents, businesses, and schools will maintain access at all times during construction. The CRRMA is coordinating directly with those impacted.

El Paso Electric (EPE) will be providing new service to a building on the corner of Overland and Stanton which will require road closures in the area. Work is tentatively expected to begin on Monday, February 1, 2016, and is projected to last six weeks. Motorists using Stanton should follow marked detours and consider alternate routes.

This work is not related to the El Paso Streetcar project. Please contact EPE for more information.

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