These photos give a brief look at the construction progress that has been made over the past few months.
Standing between the new Sunland Park Flyover Ramp (on the left) and the old flyover ramp (on the right).
The project includes aesthetic elements like this sun, which will eventually be painted. In this picture, the sun is located on the retaining wall at the end of the Sunland Park Flyover Ramp.
This image was taken while standing on top of the new Sunland Park Flyover Ramp, facing westbound. The old Sunland Park Flyover Ramp can be seen to the right. The old ramp eventually will be demolished.
This image was taken while still standing on top of the new Sunland Park Flyover Ramp, but now facing eastbound. The new Sunland Park Flyover Ramp will give drivers the option of staying right to connect to eastbound Paisano Drive (US 85) or staying straight and taking the road between the two ramps pictured ahead to enter I-10 Eastbound.
Painted columns under I-10/US 85 eastbound direct connectors
Standing on top of the eastbound I-10/US 85 direct connector ramp, looking at I-10 EB traffic merging with the new CD lanes.
Side-by-side view of the new eastbound US 85 direct connector ramp and the new eastbound Paisano Drive (US 85). Both connect up to the new Border West Expressway (Racetrack area).
The old westbound Sunland Park Exit Ramp was demolished on September 25, 2017. During this time, traffic on I-10 West was using a temporary exit ramp for Sunland Park, located further up I-10 West.
Crews pour concrete for the new westbound exit lanes to Sunland Park Mall.
Behind the slow-moving equipment, the new concrete is consolidated and smoothed out.
This photo, taken in August, shows the new Texas turnaround Bridges at the Sunland Park Overpass at 85% completion. Much progress has been made since then.