The Loop 375 Northeast Project (Identified within the 2008 Comprehensive Mobility Plan as Project #3) completes Loop 375 in Northeast El Paso, closing a gap in the freeway between US 54 and Dyer Street and offering a signal-free route through northeast El Paso. The project included the construction of four mainlanes within the existing frontage lanes, from Dyer St. to approximately one mile west of US 54. In addition, three overpasses were constructed at the following intersections: Kenworthy Drive, Rushing Boulevard and Alcan Street. The Loop 375 mainlanes are an underpass at the US 54 interchange, thereby insuring uninterrupted travel through Northeast El Paso while on Loop 375.
Designed and constructed by TxDOT, the CRRMA provided funding and aesthetic improvements to the project that were carried over to and can be seen in the Transmountain Northwest project. The Loop 375 Northeast Project was completed in April 2014.
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