I-25 & University Ave, Mile Marker 1, Las Cruces LC000250 La Calerita Construction, LLC (Contractor) will be continuing roadwork on I-25 and University. The new southbound I-25 on- and off-ramps at University Ave. are open. The ramps will remain open while construction takes place on the Phase 1 (North) bridge,
Roadrunner Parkway Lane Closures Update Southbound Roadrunner Parkway from just north of Camino Real Middle School to Lohman Avenue will experience continued intermittent right lane closures as new telecommunications infrastructure is installed. The project is anticipated to take three weeks to complete. Work will take place between 7 a.m. and
La Calerita Construction, LLC (Contractor) will be continuing roadwork on I-25 and University. The new southbound I-25 on-and off-ramps on University Ave. are scheduled to be open the later part of next week. Crews will be installing a traffic signal at the intersection of University Ave. and Las Alturas Drive.
South Central Regional Transit District Transit District to launch new On-Call Bus Service Media Inquiries Call: Loretta Gallegos at 575-323-1620 For Release: June 11, 2020 This July, South Central Regional Transit District (SCRTD) will roll out a new “On-Call” service, a pilot project, that will operate as a fixed bus
Picacho Avenue Intermittent Lane Closures to Begin Tuesday, June 9 Eastbound and westbound traffic on West Picacho Avenue, near Peddlers Pavilion, will experience intermittent lane closures for infrastructure updates. The intermittent lane closures will begin on Tuesday, June 9, and will last approximately four working days. The intermittent lane closures
I-25 northbound traffic is detoured to E. Lohman to exit I-25. Eastbound and westbound traffic on I-10 is detoured to the I-10 University exit to access University Ave. The right lane of northbound I-25 remains closed from Geothermal Drive to the northbound I-25 loop ramp. Traffic on University Ave. between
Road Maintenance Various Streets City of Las Cruces Streets Management will be applying a chip seal surface treatment on various streets, beginning Friday, June 5, with expectations for completion that same day. This schedule is subject to change. Streets that are affected are listed as follows: Plain Street from S.