Ramps Connecting I-10 to Juarez at Spaghetti Bowl Closed for 9 Months
Traveling to Juarez from I-10 in Central El Paso will require a detour through June.
Both ramps connecting Interstate 10 to Juárez at the Spaghetti Bowl are closed and will remain that way for at least the next nine months.
Traffic on Ramp G, which connects eastbound traffic to Juarez, is now being detoured via northbound U.S. Route 54 to the Pershing Drive turnaround. A similar detour for Ramp F, which connects westbound traffic to Juarez, has been in place since September 8. In a nutshell, up and down U.S. 54 will be your new route until further notice.
The long-term closures are necessary so crews can demolish parts of the existing ramps and replace them with reconfigured ramps. 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.
I-10 West Detour to Juarez
Take Exit 22B (US 54/Alamogordo/Juárez/Fort Bliss) to northbound US 54. Take Exit 23 (Cassidy Road), then take Exit 22B (Pershing Drive) and use the newly widened turnaround at Pershing to enter southbound US 54.
I-10 East Detour to Juarez
Take Exit 22B (US 54/Alamogordo/Fort Bliss/Juárez) to northbound US 54. Take Exit 22B (Pershing Drive), use the newly widened turnaround to access southbound US 54 and follow signs to Juárez.