Interstate 10 overpass project at Mes...

Interstate 10 overpass project at Mesquite exit having 'pile-driving issues'

There are 5 comments on the Las Cruces Sun-News story from Jul 23, 2014, titled Interstate 10 overpass project at Mesquite exit having 'pile-driving issues'. In it, Las Cruces Sun-News reports that:

Interstate 10 traffic travels under the Mesquite overpass on Tuesday while construction continues to force east and westbound traffic into one lane each.

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behindschedule

Albuquerque, NM

#1 Jul 23, 2014
In other words we should have hired the folks that did the I10/25 job as they were well ahead of schedule.

Not this crew they could not have figured out project before tearing the bridge up.
Drunken Davin

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Aug 5, 2014
They know not what they are doing because they were born and raised in Mesquite.. Second grade education at best.
MrBuster

Albuquerque, NM

#3 Aug 22, 2014
The traffic jam on I10 near the Mesquite exit. Do you know what causes it? You. When you see the signs that say "both right lanes closed", you're supposed to merge to the left lane to form a single line. Instead, you think it's a good idea to continue on the right lanes and drive past everyone, that had the common sense to merge to the left lane, only to end up at the end of the lane to try and cut in line. THAT'S WHAT CAUSES THE TRAFFIC JAM! We have to stop, because you force your vehicle onto our lane in order to get in! If you morons would just gradually merge onto the left lane when you're supposed to, the traffic jam wouldn't happen and we could ALL drive the allowed speed limit in order to get to our destinations in a timely manner and in a happy mood. Learn how to drive.
MrBuster

Albuquerque, NM

#4 Aug 22, 2014
Drunken Davin wrote:
They know not what they are doing because they were born and raised in Mesquite.. Second grade education at best.
Clearly, they're a lot more educated than you.
Reggie McManus

Chicago, IL

#5 Aug 29, 2014
behindschedule wrote:
In other words we should have hired the folks that did the I10/25 job as they were well ahead of schedule.
Not this crew they could not have figured out project before tearing the bridge up.
"An official from the contractor, Rio Rancho-based El Terrero Construction, could not be reached Tuesday to talk about the project." from the original L.C. Sun-News article.

The Rio Rancho (i.e. those too poor to live in Albuquerque proper) and Albuquerque (the police murderer capital of North America) need to eat their warm cookies and drink their milk. And stay out of a conversation neither knows anything about. If they can stop humping their gangster wives, girlfriends, step-daughters and trashy neighbors.

F. O. Bernalillo and Sandoval counties.

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