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TxDOT lane closures report for July 1 - July 7

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Area construction will fire back up again Monday morning and drivers should be aware of few local lane closures they may want to avoid on their morning commute.

On the I-27 main lanes and frontage roads, expect continued lane closures in both directions from the Interchange to Rockwell Road.

On the Amarillo Blvd., lanes will be closed in both directions from Grand Street to Loop 335.

On I-27 frontage roads, drivers should expect various lane closures in both directions from 34th Street to the Interchange.

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