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Area lane closures

AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) -

Amarillo, TX - As you get ready to head back to work, there are a few lane closures to be aware of.

On I-27 expect continued lane in delays in both directions at various locations between Western and Rockwell Rd. for crack sealing.

You can also expect lane closures in both directions over on I-40 from the I-27 interchange to the US 287 split for patching.

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