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TxDOT lane closure report for Dec. 3 - Dec. 8

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Amarillo, TX - Coming back from the long holiday weekend, TxDOT crews will be out again repairing and doing work on area roadways starting Monday (Dec. 3) morning.

Drivers should expect lane closures on I-40 in both directions from Loop 335 (Lakeside) to the Carson County Line.

On I-27, lanes will be closed on main lanes and frontage roads in various locations.

0n I-27 frontage roads, lanes will be closed in both directions from Georgia Street to Parker Street/Moss Lane.

All construction is subject to change due to weather or other emergency maintenance repairs.

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