Lane Closures and a new construction project by TxDOT - KFDA - NewsChannel 10 / Amarillo News, Weather, Sports

Lane Closures and a new construction project by TxDOT

Amarillo, TX - Here's a look at some area lane closures that may cause you some delays this week.

On Southeast Loop 335 expect some delays in both directions from Osage to I-40.

On I-27 Frontage Roads, there will be lane closures in both directions from Sundown Lane to McCormick Road.

Also on I-27, there will be delays by the Washington Street overpass.

Another thing to be aware of is TxDOT will be starting a new $2 million construction project on Southwest 58th Street from Georgia to Washington.

On Monday the two Northbound lanes will be closed and traffic will be moved into the Southbound lanes.

Access on the Frontage Roads may also be closed at various points.

The entire project, which includes re-paving the road, is expected to be complete by 2015.
  • Today's Local News HeadlinesToday's Local NewsMore>>

  • Area lane closures

    Area lane closures

    Sunday, March 26 2017 11:26 PM EDT2017-03-27 03:26:50 GMT

    As we get ready to head back to work, here's a look at some area lane closures that could cause you some delays. 

    As we get ready to head back to work, here's a look at some area lane closures that could cause you some delays. 

  • Locals come together to help raise money for the Wildfire Memorial Benefit

    Locals come together to help raise money for the Wildfire Memorial Benefit

    Sunday, March 26 2017 11:25 PM EDT2017-03-27 03:25:50 GMT
    Tragedy swept through the Panhandle in early March leaving a trail of misfortune, loss and sadness. Soon after this fiery disbelief, the community quickly stepped in to help those who were affected. For weeks, local folks and organizations have put on fundraisers and events, and on Sunday, March 26, 2017, the community raised money through music at the GolldenLight Cafe. "I’m a big supportive of our community and there was such tragic loss and I wanted to do anything tha...
    Tragedy swept through the Panhandle in early March leaving a trail of misfortune, loss and sadness. Soon after this fiery disbelief, the community quickly stepped in to help those who were affected. For weeks, local folks and organizations have put on fundraisers and events, and on Sunday, March 26, 2017, the community raised money through music at the GolldenLight Cafe. "I’m a big supportive of our community and there was such tragic loss and I wanted to do anything tha...
  • Whataburger's 'Boots and Badges' event honors first responders

    Whataburger's 'Boots and Badges' event honors first responders

    Sunday, March 26 2017 9:47 PM EDT2017-03-27 01:47:56 GMT

    A local Whataburger tipped their hats to local first responders today.

    A local Whataburger tipped their hats to local first responders today.

Powered by Frankly