Transportation information for El Paso is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
Crossing into Mexico
As of January 31, 2008, to cross both into and out of Mexico by car or by foot, you will need a passport. Alternatively, you can provide a government-issued photo id (like a driver's license) plus proof of U.S. citizenship (like a birth certificate).
To learn more about border crossings, refer to the U.S. state department page.
El Paso International Airport offers daily nonstop service to over a dozen Texas destinations and major Southwest hubs, as well as destinations in Mexico.
- 4 miles NE from El Paso
Map + Directions
El Paso is located in westernmost Texas, where the state meets Mexico and New Mexico. I-10 runs southeast through El Paso on a long, lonely stretch to San Antonio some 560 miles to the east. Las Cruces (NM) is a much shorter trip at only about 30 miles northwest. Ciudad Juarez is across the Rio Grande and the Mexican border to the south.