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TxDOT lane closure report for August 26 - September 1

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As you plan your morning drive to work, or to drop your kids off at school, there are a few lane closures happening around the Amarillo area drivers might want to know about.

On I-40, expect continued lane closures in both directions from Adkinson Road to FM 19-12.

On Amarillo Blvd., lanes will be closed in both directions from Travis to Tascosa.

On I-27, expect lanes to be closed in both directions from Buffalo Stadium Road near Canyon to the Interchange with I-40.

Finally, on the I-27 frontage roads, expect continued lane closures in both directions from 26th to Washington street.

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