9 Month Shut Down of I-10 West Ramp to Juarez Begins Sept. 8
Work on the I-10 Connect project in Central El Paso around the Spaghetti Bowl area will result in the complete closure of the Juarez exit ramp from I-10 Westbound for 9 months beginning Sunday, Sept. 8 TxDot officials warn.
The “long-term, high impact” closure is necessary so crews can build new ramps to Juárez.
Once complete, traffic going from I-10 to Juárez will have separate ramps from traffic traveling from I-10 to Loop 375 via the Spaghetti Bowl. But in order to accomplish that, parts of the existing ramps from I-10 to Juárez have to be removed and replaced.
So, beginning at 9pm on Sunday, September 8, Ramp F which connects westbound I-10 to Juárez, will close to all traffic to accommodate this work.
This closure will be in place 24 hours a day, seven days a week and will last for approximately nine months. And, spoiler alert, in the very near future, Ramp G which connects I-10 East to Juárez will close, too.
Watch the video below for details on the detours you'll have to take beginning Sept. 8.