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TxDOT lane closures for September 23 - September 29

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Amarillo area drivers should expect another round of lane closures to possibly affect their morning commutes starting Sunday, September 23.

TxDOT will be closing various lanes in both directions on I-27 from the I-40 Interchange to Rockwell Road.

Lanes on westbound I-40 will be closed from Washington Street to Westline.

Also on I-40, there will be lane closures in both directions from the Interchange with I-27 to the US 287 split.

Finally, on the I-27 northbound frontage road, lanes will be closed from 34th Street to Washington.

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