• January 25, 2022

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TxDoT/Go10 Work Schedule for Week of October 29th

The demolition of the old Resler flyover takes center stage for the Go10 Project, as for the rest of this week it will be at the center of various closures. Looking ahead, work at I-10 and North Mesa will trigger a mid-November 27-hour closure. Via a news release, Go10 officials say, “Why all these 27-hour […]Read More

TxDoT/GO10 Closures for Week of October 23rd

Consecutive closures are scheduled for the massive Go10 project on the city’s westside, starting tomorrow. For five days, the Resler On-Ramp to I-10 East will be closed from 9 pm Tuesday, Oct. 24 until 6 am Monday, Oct. 30. Following that closure, I-10 will close in one direction or the other for THREE SUNDAYS in […]Read More

TxDoT/Go10 Closures & Detours for Week of October 15th

More changes are coming to the West El Paso work zone known as I-10, as crews prepare for some major work in the next few weeks. The two 27-hour closures of I-10 on October 29 and November 5 are approaching fast. The closures will allow crews to demolish the old Resler Flyover Entrance Ramp to […]Read More

TxDoT/Go10 Project Closures and Detours for Week of October 8

As work progresses on the expansion of I-10 via the Go10 project, an important ‘farewell’ is coming up very soon. We are planning two 27-hour closures of I-10.  It is necessary in order to demolish the old Resler Flyover Ramp. The pay-off will be obvious when, on October 30, traffic is driving on the all-new […]Read More

TxDoT/Go10 Closures for Week of October 1

As usual, the closures are numerous this coming week; however, there’s one closure that might affect drivers the most:  Every day this week, during the day, one lane will be closed on I-10 East between Buena Vista and Executive Center. Via a news release, officials with the GO 10 project say, We have always tried […]Read More

TxDoT/Go10 Construction & Detours for Week of September 24th

I-10 East between Mesa and Executive will be reduced to 2 lanes during the day all week. The reason: The median of I-10 has become a work zone and will continue to be for some time. Crews are breaking up old pavement, removing fencing, and eliminating illumination poles. Meanwhile, at Executive crews next week are […]Read More

Go10, TxDoT Closures for Week of September 18

Go10 officials released the construction schedule for the upcoming week, with one, week-long change within the construction zone. I-10 East between Mesa and Executive will be reduced to 2 lanes during the day all week.  Officials with Go10 suggest that motorist “Consider implementing some of your commuting tools to help breakup the gridlock:” and offer […]Read More

TxDoT, GO10 Closures for Week of September 10th

From 3 am Sunday morning to 6am Monday, I-10 Westbound at Executive Center was closed to allow Go10 crews to complete work on the westbound lanes; for almost 27 hours crews labored to finish the task. By early Monday morning, motorists will find themselves driving on all-new I-10 westbound lanes between Executive Center and Sunland […]Read More

TxDoT, GO10 Closures Week of September 5th

With the halfway mark on the Go10 project in the rearview mirror, crews continue to pick up speed with the rest of the project ahead of them. Listed below are the closures for this week, and Go10 officials remind motorists to go GO 10 project  for traffic alerts that contain information only on the construction activities […]Read More

TxDot, Go10 Project Closures for Week of August 27-31

Drivers, mark your calendars as GO10 crews will close I-10 for 5 nights next week, August 27-31. Via a news release, officials with GO10 and TxDot shared, “Thank you for your patience and support.  We’re halfway there.” In the same release, they added the following tips: Know the alternate routes, such as Transmountain Road (Loop […]Read More