• NOTICE:

  • The El Paso County Courthouse will be closed on Friday, July 3, in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Normal business hours will resume on Monday, July 6.
  • Public Hearing for the M.F. Aguilera Highway
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  • Notice of Availability of Finding of No Significant Impact
  • This notice is to advise the public that the Texas Department of Transportation has issued a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the proposed construction of FM 3380, also known as Manuel F. Aguilera Highway, from 0.35 mile south of State Highway 20, to Interstate Highway 10 in El Paso County, Texas.
  • Copies of the FONSI, approved Environmental Assessment, Public Hearing Transcript for the July 29, 2014, public hearing, Summary and Analysis of the public hearing, Responses to Public Comments, and Certification of Public Involvement for this project are available for public inspection and reproduction at the El Paso County Public Works Department, 800 E. Overland, Room 407, El Paso, Texas 79901. For further information, please contact Mr. Fernando Hernandez, P.E., Interim County Engineer at 915-546-2015 or at Fehernandez@epcounty.com.
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  • The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), the County of El Paso, and the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority conducted a public hearing on Tuesday, July 29, 2014 for the proposed FM 3380 (Manuel F. Aguilera Highway) from 0.35 Mile South of SH 20 (Alameda Avenue) to IH-10 in eastern El Paso County, Texas.
  • PUBLIC HEARING SUMMARY

  • Public Hearing Notice (English)
  • Public Hearing Notice (Spanish)
  • Map
  • Fact Sheet

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  • 2013 El Paso County Comprehensive Mobility Plan

  • View presentationIn a unanimous vote, the El Paso County Commissioners Court approved 16 critical transportation projects aimed at relieving congestion and improving regional mobility. The projects are part of the larger El Paso County Comprehensive Mobility Plan. The projects, totaling over $400 million, include $263 million in new construction and transportation improvements in the City of El Paso and $125.5 million outside the El Paso city limits, including the cities of Socorro, Horizon, Clint and unincorporated areas. This series of transportation projects was made possible by the County's decision in August to increase vehicle registration fees by $10 and a collaborative partnership between the County of El Paso, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), and the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority (CRRMA). View presentation [here].