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Overview - El Paso

Located on the Rio Grande River next to New Mexico and across the river from Ciudad Juarez in Mexico, El Paso is the seat of El Paso County. It has approximately 680,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2019. The El Paso metropolitan area (El Paso) comprised 844,124 residents as of the 2019 US Census Bureau Estimate.


El Paso has a historic streetcar line with two services as well as three arterial bus rapid transit lines.

El Paso Streetcar

Opened 2018, El Paso's streetcar consists of two historic streetcar services that serve the city of El Paso, Texas.

El Paso Streetcar

The El Paso Streetcar is a 7.7 km historic streetcar line on a figure 8 loop alignment. The Uptown Loop and runs from Glory Road Transit Center in the north to the Downtown Transit Center in the south, serving 27 single-directional stops (San Jacinto is served twice). The Downtown Loop only travels in the southern loop (shown to the right in the strip map above). NOTE: Due to COVID 19, service has been suspended. No frequencies or descriptions of service patterns are provided on the website. It is therefore not possible to verify whether this service pattern with two services will remain in place.


The El Paso Streetcar was opened in November 2018. The El Paso Streetcar is operated by Sun Metro.

Brio RTS

Opened 2014, Sun Metro Brio consists of three arterial bus rapid transit services that serve the city of El Paso, Texas and the surrounding suburbs. A fourth corridor is under construction.

205 Brio Mesa

The Brio Mesa Corridor is a 13.8 km arterial bus rapid transit service on a north-south alignment. It runs from the Westside Transit Center in the north to the Downtown Transit Center in the south primarily along Mesa and Oregon, serving 14 stations.


Brio Mesa was opened in October 2014. Brio Mesa is operated by Sun Metro.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
Brio Mesa15'10'20'No Service

Schedules -- Last Updated: Jul 19, 2020

206 Brio Alameda

The Brio Alameda Corridor is a 23.3 km arterial bus rapid transit service on an east-west alignment. It runs from the Downtown Transit Center in the west to Mission Valley Transit Center in the east primarily along Alameda, serving 17 stations.


Brio Alameda was opened in October 2019. Brio Alameda is operated by Sun Metro.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
Brio Alameda15'10'20'No Service

Schedules -- Last Updated: Jul 19, 2020

207 Brio Dyer

The Brio Dyer Corridor is a 18.3 km arterial bus rapid transit service on a northeast-southwest alignment. It runs from the Downtown Transit Center in the southwest to Northeast Transfer Center in the northeast primarily along Dyer and Montana, serving 12 stations.


Brio Dyer was opened in October 2019. Brio Dyer is operated by Sun Metro.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
Brio Dyer15'10'20'No Service

Schedules -- Last Updated: Jul 19, 2020

References & Helpful Links

El Paso Streetcar at Wikipedia

Brio RTS at Wikipedia

Official Website for El Paso Streetcar: Sun Metro

Official Website for Brio RTS: Sun Metro Brio


Maps

All Official Maps - Sun Metro Brio [Last Accessed July 19, 2020]

Official System Map - Brio RTS [Last Accessed July 19, 2020]


Other Sources

El Paso, USA at Urbanrail.net

Asset Notes

Brio RTS colors taken from official timetables as of July 19, 2020.

El Paso Streetcar colors taken from map on official website as of July 19, 2020.


Last Updated: Jul 19, 2020

Old Maps
Note: Not all maps reflect changes in service. Older maps may contain inaccuracies.
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