Heads up if Wallace Blvd is a part of your daily drive. You've got some good news, and you've got some bad news. The cones are changing lanes.

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Let's Go With The Bad News First

The bad news is that if you travel on Wallace, you'll want to keep on the lookout for signs, cones, and construction. You've been dealing with it for a while, and there is still a while left to go.

According to a press release put out by the City of Amarillo this afternoon, on Friday (6/3) the north side of Wallace Blvd will be closed by the contractor. The intersection at Coulter? It's going to remain open.

And Now For The Good News

There's actually a couple of good things in the press release. One, the first half of the road improvement project is finished. That's great news.

Also, the project is expected to be finished by the end of this summer. That's not too far away.

As long as the weather holds out and doesn't cause any massive delays, the road improvement project will be finished sooner rather than later.

Drive Safe And Be Aware

While the project continues, you are encouraged to be mindful of crews and equipment in the area. Keep your eyes on the road, and pay attention to signs in the area.

If you have any questions regarding the project, the City of Amarillo has a page full of information. You can get more info on the project by clicking here.

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