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TxDOT lane closure report for June 17 - June 23

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Construction on area roadways continues this week as Texas Department of Transportation crews pick up regularly scheduled maintenance project.

Drivers in Amarillo should expect lane closures on I-27 in both directions from the Interchange to Rockwell Road. Plus, on I-40 frontage roads, various lanes will be closed in both directions at Coulter street.

Because Wednesday the 19th, Emancipation Day, is a state holiday for state workers, there will be no maintenance performed that day unless it's an emergency. Scheduled construction will pick back up again on Thursday.

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