Here's the areas where you want to avoid or otherwise you might get stuck in construction on your commute to and from work.

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I-40, expect lane closures at various locations in both directions from Eastern to the I-27/I-40 interchange for patching.

I-27 southbound frontage roads, expect lane closures from Sundown to Rockwell for a seal-coat operation.

FM 1912, FM 1719 and FM 1061 at various locations, expect lane closures in both directions for patching.

US 60, expect lane closures in both directions between SP 228 and the Carson County line for a fog-seal operation.

I-27 and I-40 interchange, I-27 southbound traffic is reduced to one lane past the 26th Avenue overpass.

I-40 and LP 335 (Soncy Road), expect intermittent closure of the east turnaround for retaining wall construction. I-40 mainlanes are reduced to one lane in each direction.

I-40 frontage roads are reduced to one lane in each direction between Soncy Road and Helium Road. Expect evening and nighttime traffic changes on LP 335 for the next two weeks.

LP 335, between I-27 and Washington, traffic is reduced to one lane in each direction. A four-way stop at Georgia Street and temporary signals at Western Street are in place. Expect lane diversions and traffic delays.

US 60 (Pierce Street), between 4th Street and 9th Street in downtown Amarillo, left lane is closed for hotel, business and parking garage construction.

US 60 (Buchanan Street), between 9th Street and 4th Street in downtown Amarillo, left lane is closed for hotel, business and parking garage construction.

I-40 westbound frontage road, right lane is closed east of Coulter Street for renovation of Amarillo ISD building.

The Texas Department of Transportation reminds you to slow down in work zones.

For more information on lane closures visit: www.txdot.gov