IH 110 is an unsigned route connecting IH 10 and U.S. 54 (Patriot Freeway) in El Paso with the Bridge of the Americas (BOTA) Port of Entry into Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. The short freeway defaults southbound to the BOTA Port of Entry, though a U-turn precedes the customs station. IH 110 southbound travels independent of U.S. 54 on flyover ramps, and the same northbound with the exception of the ramp to IH 10 west. U.S. 54 north from IH 10 along the Patriot Freeway is not a part of the Interstate highway system.
Sign changes made during the I-10 Connector Project in 2020 removed all references to IH 110. Local access from IH 110 to U.S. 62 (Paisano Drive) and Chamizal National Memorial was also removed.
IH 110 is one of two Interstate branch routes that end at the international border. The other is Interstate 190 at Niagara Falls, New York.
I-10 Connect Project
Started in Spring 2019, the three year I-10 Connect Project redesigned the IH 110 spur to the BOTA Port of Entry, and improved connectivity between IH 10 and SL 375 (Cesar E. Chavez Border Highway). Goals of the $96 million project addressed traffic congestion at the border crossing, and the use of local roads by commercial trucks to connect from IH 10 to Loop 375.