• December 7, 2021

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Overnight Closure for Streetcar Testing on South Kansas Set for

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 […]Read More

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

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 […]Read More

More Streetcar Rail Installation means Lane Restrictions Set to Begin

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 […]Read More

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

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 […]Read More

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

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 […]Read More

Rails Return to Streets of El Paso; Installation to Begin

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 […]Read More

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 […]Read More

Streetcar work Moves to Montana Avenue, Santa Fe Street on

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 […]Read More

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