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TxDOT lane closure report for December 16 - December 23

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Amarillo, TX - Starting Monday, December 16, the Texas Department of Transportation will be closing a few traffic lanes around the area for maintenance.

On I-40, lanes will be closed from Loop 335 to the Carson County Line.

Drivers should expect various main lanes and frontage roads to be closed along I-27.

On I-27 frontage roads, lanes will be closed from Georgia Street to Parker Street/Moss Lane.

All projects are subject to change because of weather, emergency work or other unexpected events.

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