I-10 AND NORTH MESA STREET

WESTBOUND I-10 APPROACHING NORTH MESA STREET EXIT

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New CD lanes will add two lanes in each direction that will run parallel to the mainlanes. The existing mainlanes (shown in dark gray) will expand from three to four lanes in each direction. 

WESTBOUND I-10 NORTH MESA STREET EXIT

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The new configuration will provide two exit-only lanes off of I-10. Meanwhile the outer CD lanes will reduce from two lanes to one and merge with the two exit-only lanes to become a frontage road, providing access to businesses and other destinations.

WESTBOUND I-10 APPROACHING NORTH MESA STREET

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Plans for this portion of the project include improvements to the I-10 overpass as well as to North Mesa Street on both sides of I-10.

WESTBOUND I-10 OVERPASS AT NORTH MESA STREET

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This is a westbound view of the future improvements for the I-10 overpass at North Mesa Street. When finished, it will feature new U-turns, improved drainage, and enhanced South and North Desert Boulevard frontage roads.

 

Disclaimer: All renderings, including the video animation, are intended to portray the physical attributes (e.g. number of lanes, intersections, ramps, bridges, etc.) of the improvements. It is not intended to portray any specific design attributes (e.g. aesthetics, landscaping, signage) or operational characteristics (e.g. speeds, traffic volumes, levels of service). Nor does it preclude the selection of other alternatives or design refinements/modifications for this project. (TxDOT CSJ: 2121-02-137)

 

I-10 AND RESLER DRIVE

WESTBOUND I-10 APPROACHING RESLER DRIVE

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The image above shows how the new CD lanes will collect and distribute vehicles from the I-10 mainlanes (depicted in dark gray).  It also shows how the CD lanes do not offer access to businesses and other local destinations. Unlike CD lanes, frontage roads offer local access. 

EASTBOUND I-10 AT RESLER DRIVE OVERPASS

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The image above shows how the future eastbound on-ramp from Resler Drive will distribute traffic onto the new CD lanes, instead of the I-10 mainlanes (depicted in dark gray).

WESTBOUND I-10 AT RESLER DRIVE EXIT

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The above image demonstrates the future I-10 mainlanes (depicted in dark gray) and paralleling CD lanes. The implementation of the CD lanes will help increase safety and increase traffic capacity overall in the six-mile corridor.

EASTBOUND I-10 JUST PAST RESLER DRIVE OVERPASS

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The above image shows a long stretch of the I-10 mainlanes (depicted in dark gray), paralleled by the new CD lanes. Traffic entering or exiting the I-10 corridor will use the CD lanes, minimizing the need to weave or pass on the mainlanes. Long distance commuters who need only to pass through the corridor will use the mainlanes.

 

Disclaimer: All renderings, including the video animation, are intended to portray the physical attributes (e.g. number of lanes, intersections, ramps, bridges, etc.) of the improvements. It is not intended to portray any specific design attributes (e.g. aesthetics, landscaping, signage) or operational characteristics (e.g. speeds, traffic volumes, levels of service). Nor does it preclude the selection of other alternatives or design refinements/modifications for this project. (TxDOT CSJ: 2121-02-137)

 

I-10 AND SUNLAND PARK DRIVE

WESTBOUND I-10 AND SUNLAND PARK

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This westbound view depicts the new Sunland Park/I-10 intersection. The overpass ramp connecting to eastbound I-10 will be reconstructed, distributing vehicles onto the CD lanes, instead of the mainlanes (depicted in dark gray).  All ramps at the intersection will be improved, U-turns spanning I-10 will be created, and CD lanes will be added in both directions. 

WESTBOUND I-10 AT SUNLAND PARK DRIVE OVERPASS

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The future westbound on-ramp from Sunland Park Drive to eastbound I-10 will distribute traffic onto the new CD lanes, instead of the I-10 mainlanes (indicated in dark gray).

EASTBOUND I-10 AT SUNLAND PARK DRIVE

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The future I-10/Sunland Park intersection will feature all new ramps, new CD lanes in both directions, new U-turns spanning both the mainlanes (depicted in dark gray) and the CD lanes.  All ramps will distribute vehicles onto the CD lanes, instead of directly onto the mainlanes.

EASTBOUND I-10 AND SUNLAND PARK DRIVE

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The future CD lanes above demonstrate the weaving and merging that will be captured on the CD lanes as well as the new direct connector ramps with the future Border West Expressway. This new configuration will be located about a half mile east of Sunland Park Drive.

 

Disclaimer: All renderings, including the video animation, are intended to portray the physical attributes (e.g. number of lanes, intersections, ramps, bridges, etc.) of the improvements. It is not intended to portray any specific design attributes (e.g. aesthetics, landscaping, signage) or operational characteristics (e.g. speeds, traffic volumes, levels of service). Nor does it preclude the selection of other alternatives or design refinements/modifications for this project. (TxDOT CSJ: 2121-02-137)

 

PAISANO DIRECT CONNECTOR

WESTBOUND I-10 AND SUNLAND PARK DRIVE

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View of future westbound I-10 with the Sunland Park Drive overpass in the distance and Sunland Park Mall to the right. The new structure shown above will add new CD lanes and flyover ramps that will connect to the future Border West Expressway.

EASTBOUND I-10 AND SUNLAND PARK DRIVE

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This view of future eastbound I-10, just east of Sunland Park Drive, shows where new flyover ramps will connect eastbound I-10 traffic with the new Border West Expressway.  The image above shows how the I-10 CD lanes and the new flyover ramps will function to improve traffic flow and increase traffic capacity and safety.

WESTBOUND I-10 AND FUTURE BORDER WEST EXPRESSWAY

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Future elevated double ramps in the foreground will serve as the new direct connector off-ramps for westbound traffic exiting from the future Border West Expressway. The off-ramp on the left connects drivers to the new westbound I-10 CD lane, while the off-ramp on the right connects drivers to the frontage road leading to Sunland Park Drive.

EASTBOUND I-10 AND FUTURE BORDER WEST EXPRESSWAY

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Future CD lanes will run parallel to the mainlanes in both directions. The mainlanes are shown in dark gray. When complete, eastbound drivers on I-10 will be able to access the new Border West Expressway directly.

 

Disclaimer: All renderings, including the video animation, are intended to portray the physical attributes (e.g. number of lanes, intersections, ramps, bridges, etc.) of the improvements. It is not intended to portray any specific design attributes (e.g. aesthetics, landscaping, signage) or operational characteristics (e.g. speeds, traffic volumes, levels of service). Nor does it preclude the selection of other alternatives or design refinements/modifications for this project. (TxDOT CSJ: 2121-02-137)

 

I-10 AND EXECUTIVE CENTER BOULEVARD

WESTBOUND I-10 AERIAL

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The highway on the right is the future I-10 and on the left is the future Border West Expressway.  The intersecting street is Executive Center Boulevard. The dark gray lanes indicate the current conditions of I-10. New lanes will be added to I-10 in both directions and the on- and off-ramps at Executive Boulevard will be improved. 

WESTBOUND I-10 JUST PAST EXECUTIVE CENTER

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In the image above, the new westbound CD lanes begin to separate from the mainlanes (depicted in dark gray).  On the left are the eastbound CD lanes. 

EASTBOUND I-10 AND EXECUTIVE CENTER BOULEVARD

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The image above shows traffic on the right merging onto the mainlanes of I-10 (shown in dark gray) from Executive Center Boulevard. The roadway to the far right is the future Border West Expressway.

EASTBOUND I-10 AT EXECUTIVE CENTER BOULEVARD OVERPASS

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The inside, dark gray lanes represent the mainlanes of I-10 as they currently exist.  Improvements at this section of the project include adding a lane in both directions to the mainlanes, improving turning lanes at the ramp intersections, and creating access to the future Border West Expressway

 

Disclaimer: All renderings, including the video animation, are intended to portray the physical attributes (e.g. number of lanes, intersections, ramps, bridges, etc.) of the improvements. It is not intended to portray any specific design attributes (e.g. aesthetics, landscaping, signage) or operational characteristics (e.g. speeds, traffic volumes, levels of service). Nor does it preclude the selection of other alternatives or design refinements/modifications for this project. (TxDOT CSJ: 2121-02-137)