• October 20, 2020

Tags : streetcar work

Downtown Street Striping Related to Streetcar Project to Require Overnight

As work nears completion on the El Paso Streetcar Project, motorists, pedestrian and cyclists should expect some overnight closures in Downtown El Paso next week, according to the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority. These closures are necessary so crews can place updated striping on the pavement. The striping will include reconfiguration of southbound turn lanes […]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

Streetcar Work Final Phases Begin; Lane Closures at Franklin, Santa

With most major street, track and underground utility construction for the El Paso Streetcar project completed, crews from Paso del Norte Trackworks are putting the finishing touchsed some of their work along the 4.8 mile route. According to the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority, lane and turn restrictions at Santa Fe Street and Franklin Avenue […]Read More

Final Streetcar Sidewalk Work set to Begin on Father Rahm

Beginning next week, crews from Paso del Norte Trackworks will begin additional sidewalk work on Father Rahm Avenue between Santa Fe Street and Kansas Street in South El Paso. “This additional work allows the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority to deliver a more complete sidewalk than was called for in the original streetcar plans,” said […]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

Streetcar Work Results in Changes To Traffic Patterns Starting Wednesday

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. The changes, and the associated work, may shift a bit due to weather. Beginning on Wednesday, August 2, […]Read More

Streetcar Work Means Glory Road Closure to thru Traffic between

Final utility relocation for the El Paso Streetcar Project along Glory Road will require traffic in the area of the University of Texas at El Paso’s Don Haskins Center to detour beginning later this week. Beginning on Friday, March 24, 2017, Glory Road will be closed to thru traffic between Mesa Street and Oregon Street. Motorists who […]Read More

Streetcar Rail Work Moves to Kansas Street; Detours start Monday

Motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists will encounter new traffic patterns in Downtown El Paso as crews from Paso del Norte Trackworks prepare to begin laying rail on Kansas Street, according to the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority. Beginning on Monday, October 10, 2016, Kansas Street will be reduced to a single lane between Franklin Avenue and […]Read More