U.S. Highway 54 East


U.S. 54 west
The first exit on US 54 east, after leaving Loop 375, is US 62. Photo taken January 14, 2006.

After IH 110 merges in with US 54, the next exit is exit 21C, IH 10 West. First photo taken January 14, 2006. Second photo taken July 31, 2006.

Exit 21C serves Montana Avenue as well as the IH 10 west loop ramp. The next exit is Cassidy Road. First photo taken January 14, 2006. Second photo taken July 31, 2006.

Exit 21C continues to Montana Avenue, while exit 21B takes the loop ramp. First photo taken January 14, 2006. Second photo taken July 31, 2006.
US 54 has a dual freeway setup immediately north of IH 10. This view, as seen from the ramp from IH 10 East, shows the dual freeway. The ramp from IH 10 West joins the “express” lanes, while the lanes from IH 10 East comprise the “local” lanes. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
The first exit from the “local” lanes in Trowbridge Dr and Altura Avenue. There is no connection from the mainlanes to this exit. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
Trowbridge Dr and Altura Avenue exit here, as unnumbered exit 21D. The next exit is Pershing Dr. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
This view shows the different signage between the local and express lanes. The next local exit is Pershing Drive, exit 22, and the next express exit is Cassidy Rd, exit 23. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
This is a closer view of the advance signage for exit 22. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
Exit 22 serves Pershing Drive. The next exit is Cassidy Road, exit 23, serving Fort Bliss. Photo taken January 14, 2006.

The last exit on the local lanes is exit 23, Cassidy Road. Beyond this point, the local lanes merge with the express lanes and form a single freeway. First photo taken January 14, 2006. Second photo taken July 31, 2006.
Use exit 24 to reach the Wyler Aerial Tramway. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
Exit 24 also serves El Paso International Airport and Biggs Field. Photo taken January 14, 2006.

Fred Wilson Road and Railroad Dr are served by Exit 24. The next exit is Ellerthorpe Avenue. First photo taken January 14, 2006. Second photo taken July 31, 2006.

The Fred Wilson interchange is rather complicated due to the interchange being a primary access point to Fort Bliss and Biggs Army Air Field. First photo taken July 31, 2006. Second photo taken January 14, 2006.
Exit 24 separates, with a direct connection to Fred Wilson Road and Broaddus Ave, with a secondary exit to Railroad Avenue. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
US 54 narrows to a four lane freeway (two each direction) north of Fred Wilson. The next exit is Ellerthorpe Avenue. Photo taken January 14, 2006.

Ellerthorpe Avenue exits here, as exit 25. The next exit is BU 54, Dyer Street. First photo taken January 14, 2006. Second photo taken July 31, 2006.

Dyer Street (BU 54) and Hercules Avenue exit here, as exit 26. BU 54 is the pre-1974 alignment of US 54 through El Paso. First photo taken January 14, 2006. Second photo taken July 31, 2006.
The next three exits are Hondo Pass Road, Diana Drive and Loop 375. Photo taken January 14, 2006.

Exit 27 serves Hondo Pass Road. First photo taken January 14, 2006. Second photo taken July 31, 2006.
Use Exit 28 to reach Cohen Stadium, home of the El Paso Diablos minor league baseball team. Photo taken January 14, 2006.

Exit 28 serves Diana Drive. The next exit is Loop 375. First photo taken January 14, 2006. Second photo taken July 31, 2006.
Use exit 29 to reach Franklin Mountains State Park. Photo taken July 31, 2006.
Exit 29 serves Loop 375, also known as the Woodrow Bean Transmountain Road. The next exit is Sun Valley Drive. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
Sun Valley Drive exits here as exit 30. At the time of this picture, the exit was closed for construction. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
Exit 30 crosses the entrance ramp from Loop 375 on this elaborate overpass. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
Use exit 31 to reach White Sands Missile Range. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
Exit 31 serves FM 3255, MLK Jr Boulevard and Kenworthy Street. FM (UR) 3255 travels north to the state line, and was added to the state highway system in 1972. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
The last exit on US 54 north is Exit 32, Sean Haggerty Drive. The freeway ends at this point, and traffic reverts to the frontage roads. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
Traffic is forced onto the exit by barriers. Photo taken January 14, 2006.
This view shows the end of the existing concrete mainlanes. Photo taken January 14, 2006.

Page Updated August 3, 2006.

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