Overnight Road Closures: EPE to Conduct Work Along Raynolds St.
Overnight Road Closures: El Paso Electric to Conduct Work Along Raynolds Street
Several road closures in Medical Center of Americas area
EL PASO, Texas – As a continuation to an ongoing infrastructure upgrade project, El Paso Electric (EPE) will continue to replace transmission lines along Raynolds Street between Gateway Boulevard West and Alameda Avenue, and along Gateway Boulevard East between Raynolds Street and Paisano Drive. These roads along with several other roads in the area will also be closed overnight Tuesday, May 21 and Wednesday, May 22 from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. Traffic control measures will be in place during this time, along with El Paso Police on-site to provide emergency personnel access to the closed area as well as safely direct commuters through area detours.
Commuters are asked to safely follow detour signs in the area. To safely travel around the work area, EPE suggests using Yandell Drive to Paisano Drive, then Alameda Avenue to N. Copia Street back to Yandell Drive.
Road Closure Information
- Southbound Raynolds Street from E. Yandell Drive to Alameda Avenue
- Northbound Raynolds Street from Alameda Avenue to Gateway Blvd East
- East- and westbound along Rosa Avenue from Raynolds Street to Rick Francis Street
- East- and westbound along Durazno Avenue from Radford Street to Raynolds Street
- North- and southbound along Chelsea Street from E. Yandell Drive to Rosa Avenue
- Eastbound along Gateway Blvd East from Raynolds Street to Paisano Drive
- North- and southbound traffic along both Euclid Street and Romany Road between Gateway Blvd East and Rosa Avenue
- **I-10 eastbound exit ramp closure: Exit 23B (Chelsea Street / Paisano Drive Exit)
*Map of road closures is also attached separately.
About El Paso Electric
El Paso Electric is a regional electric utility providing generation, transmission and distribution service to approximately 425,600 retail and wholesale customers in a 10,000 square mile area of the Rio Grande valley in west Texas and southern New Mexico.