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TxDOT lane closure report for February 18 - February 24

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In honor of President's Day Monday, TxDOT crews won't be performing any construction but starting Tuesday, there will be lane closures drivers in Amarillo might want to watch out for.

Expect lane closures on I-40 in both directions from Hope Road to Loop 335.

One I-27, lanes will be closed in both directions from the I-40 Interchange to FM 2219.

On Loop 335, TxDOT will close lanes on the southern half of the Loop from I-40 and Soncy to I-40 and Lakeside.

Finally, on I-40 frontage roads, there will be various lane closures in both directions at Western and Washington Streets for work on an ADA ramp project.

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