TxDOT continues to monitor roads; roads still closed - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/12/10

TxDOT continues to monitor roads; roads still closed

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The Texas Department of Transportation continues to monitor roads that have been closed due to the recent rainfall.

Many roads that were to open on Monday morning will stay closed until conditions improve.

KCBD NewsChannel 11 is following road conditions and will bring you the latest as it becomes available.

Here are the roads that are closed:

  • FM 669 in Garza County, Northbound and Southbound, from Post City limits to the Borden County Line is closed due to flooding. A section of this road has been washed out and will take an extended amount of time to repair. Repairs cannot begin until the road dries out.
  • FM1313 in Garza County, Eastbound and Westbound, from FM 669 to FM 1054 is closed due to flooding.
  • FM1313 in Garza County, Eastbound and Westbound from FM 669 to FM 1054 is closed due to flooding.
  • FM 2008 in Garza County, Eastbound and Westbound from Marker 231 to Marker 232 is closed due to flooding. It is in a low river crossing and will be closed until the mud can be removed.
  • FM 3112 in Lynn County, Northbound and Southbound, from US 380 to FM 2053 is closed due to flooding.
  • FM 1054 in Lynn County, Northbound and Southbound, from US 380 to the Borden County Line is closed due to flooding.
  • FM 28 in Floyd County, Northbound and Southbound, 3 miles north of US 70 to 1 mile north of US 70 us closed due to high water. Drivers are urged to not cross. This road will be closed for an extended amount of time.
  • FM 786 in Floyd County, Eastbound and Westbound, from SH 207 to FM 602 is closed due to high water. Drivers are urged to not cross.

From the Lynn County Emergency Management Coordinator Abbey Redman: Due to the recent flooding in Lynn county we are asking all county residents to report damages to their homes or businesses, contact Lynn County Sheriff's office at 806-561-4505.

To check on all road closures, (click here).

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