Road construction in El Paso, amirite?

There is a lot of work being done in the downtown and westside areas that you need to know about.
You should keep this handy so you can avoid getting stuck in traffic. Oh, who are we kidding. Getting stuck in traffic is inevitable, so just be patient and try not to curse too much at people who don’t drive as well as you do.

STANTON STREET BETWEEN FRANKLIN AVENUE AND MISSOURI AVENUE

Stanton Street is closed to thru traffic between Franklin Avenue and Missouri Avenue for the next four weeks. Franklin Avenue is closed but will open one lane at Stanton Street. There will also be lane closures on Franklin Avenue between Santa Fe Street and Oregon Street, and between Mesa Street and Stanton Street.

STANTON STREET BETWEEN CINCINNATI AVENUE AND MISSISSIPPI AVENUE AND BALTIMORE DRIVE BETWEEN KANSAS STREET AND MESA STREET

Stanton is closed to thru traffic between Cincinnati and Mississippi Avenue. Baltimore will be closed to thru traffic between Kansas and Mesa, but the exact date for these closures has not been announced, because you know, it’s so much more fun to be surprised about these things first thing in the morning.

EL PASO STREET AT FATHER RAHM AVENUE

El Paso Street is reduced to one northbound lane at Father Rahm and is expected to be that way for approximately four weeks.

SANTA FE STREET BETWEEN MAIN DRIVE AND FRANKLIN AVENUE

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 and is expected to be that way for 2-3 weeks.

OREGON STREET BETWEEN MISSOURI AVENUE AND FRANKLIN AVENUE

Lane restrictions on Oregon Street between Missouri Avenue and Franklin Avenue will be in place for approximately one week.

OREGON STREET BETWEEN UNIVERSITY AVENUE TO SCHUSTER AVENUE

Oregon Street is reduced to a single northbound lane between Schuster and University Avenue and is expected to be that way through September.

OREGON STREET BETWEEN GLORY ROAD AND UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Oregon Street remains reduced to a single northbound lane between University Avenue and Glory Road thru mid-August.