You need to do some more legal homework --I don't know about TX but in general if an easement is vacated or abandoned the use of the lands reverts to the original owners absent the easement--is short if your land went under an easement then it comes back out w/o the easement.
However if your neighbor put up a fence and kept it there for 10 + years he may well have acquired that slice of your lands by adverse possession.
You best study up and if somebody put up a fence on your lands you need to very aggressively recover your lands or openly interrupt the fence use if thats what it takes to stop the time clock --snooze and you lose!
The issues can get quirky and state specific --but do not snooze while your neighbor builds a fence on your lands.
There may be other variations--like if the roadway was truly separate lands and the roadway was vacated it may be up for a power grap as to who holds it long enough to acquire adverse possession (some acquaintances of mine came out ahead by taking over to the exclusion of other some old railroad and street car beds. and in one community the township sold off old roadways back to the middle of the road and if somebody balked then one guy could buy both sides---so before you assume too much you need a bit more homework and confirmation or where your soppoled proper lines are by deed.