El Paso Streetcars to start running on tracks for public use Friday; see guide

El Paso Streetcar No. 1506

When can the public ride?

The public will be able to ride starting at 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 9.

How much is the fare?

The service will be free on grand opening weekend (Nov. 9, 10 & 11) and every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until Jan. 6.
Monday through Thursday Streetcar fares will be $1.50

Where can I board a streetcar?
During grand opening weekend, the Streetcars will only service six stops

Santa Fe at Fourth

Franklin at El Paso

Stanton at Cincinnati

Glory Road Transfer Center

Oregon at Missouri

Kansas at Mills

Beginning Monday the El Paso Streetcar will service all 27 stops along its 4.8 mile route along the Downtown and Uptown loops.

The El Paso Streetcar route highlights all the wonderful things that make El Paso downtown and uptown a unique place to visit. The 4.8 mile-route will run in two loops through El Paso’s uptown and downtown areas. Both loops will interconnect through a single-tracked corridor an international bridge, an array of businesses, restaurants, government buildings, convention center, downtown ballpark, and the University of Texas at El Paso among many other prominent locations.

Streetcar Amenities
The El Paso Streetcar amenities feature

Seating for approximately 35 people and additional space for standing riders

Free Wi-Fi

ADA accessibility

Bike racks

Air conditioning


Upgrades for safety

Modern propulsion

Streetcar branding along the route and signage at designated stops

Pavement, sidewalk and driveway improvements at designated stops

Streetcar Safety
The El Paso Streetcar encourages you to be streetcar safe. STOP. LOOK. LISTEN. Here’s what you need to know when driving, walking or cycling near the streetcars, tracks and Overhead Contact System (OCS) poles.

Streetcars are extremely quiet and use warning bells and horns.

Streetcars cannot move off the tracks to avoid obstacles and cannot make abrupt stops in traffic.

Cyclists will need to cross rails at 90 degree angle.

Pedestrians should use designated crosswalks throughout the route.

For additional safety tips, subscribe to our Youtube channel.

For more information the streetcar including its history, visit or call 915-212-3333, Facebook or on Twitter.

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