Southbound exit from West Loop to Slide will be closed - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Southbound exit from West Loop to Slide will be closed

Drivers on Loop 289 please be cautious of some road work starting later this morning. TxDOT will close the access to Slide, from the southbound West Loop this morning.

Guardrail repairs will start at 9am and might be completed by noon. You will still be able to get to Spur 327 from that exit, but not Slide road.

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