The Downtown 10 Virtual Public Meeting is now available!
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The I-10 corridor is extremely important for El Paso and the surrounding areas. El Paso is experiencing significant growth and development, but its unique geographical location limits alternative routing options, which ultimately puts more demand on to I-10.
The proposed Downtown 10 project limits extend from Executive Center Boulevard to Loop 478 (Copia Street), traveling through downtown El Paso. The purpose of the project is to provide long-term transportation solutions for the El Paso region. These solutions will improve mobility and long-term congestion management, reduce and improve incident management, and bring the facility up to current design standards. The proposed improvements include reconstruction of the mainlanes, retaining walls, bridges, ramps, and cross streets to overcome deterioration of pavement and bridges.
We look forward to providing you the latest information regarding the Downtown 10 project as well as receiving your input on the project.
Downtown 10 Public Meeting
June 25 @ 5PM MST – July 15 @ 5PM MST
Visit the Downtown 10 Virtual Public Meeting to view materials and provide input during the designated comment period. To access the virtual Public Meeting #1, click on the image below.
Notice of Virtual Public Meeting (ENGLISH)
Aviso de Reunión Pública Virtual (ESPAÑOL)
Schedule subject to change
Texas Department of Transportation
13301 Gateway Bouvelard West
El Paso, TX 79928-5410
Brian Swindell, P.E.
Senior Project Manager
17111 Preston Road; Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75248
The website and meeting materials are in English. However, TxDOT will make every reasonable effort to accommodate the needs of the public. If you have a special communication accommodation, need for an interpreter, a request can be made. If you have a disability and need assistance, special arrangements can be made to accommodate most needs. Please submit an inquire using the form above. Please be aware that advance notice is requested as some accommodations may require time for TxDOT to arrange.