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Oklahoma City, Tulsa metro road projects

Modified: April 29, 2012 at 12:57 am •  Published: April 29, 2012
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/articleid/3669397/1/pictures/1703191">Photo - State Transportation Director Gary Ridley speaks  Jan. 5 during the grand opening ceremony for the eastbound lanes of the Interstate 40 Crosstown in Oklahoma City.  Photo by Paul B. Southerland, The Oklahoman archives
State Transportation Director Gary Ridley speaks Jan. 5 during the grand opening ceremony for the eastbound lanes of the Interstate 40 Crosstown in Oklahoma City. Photo by Paul B. Southerland, The Oklahoman archives

Major corridor projects in ODOT’s eight-year plan

•Broadway Extension (U.S. 77) and I-235/ I-44 interchange: Future projects on the corridor will construct longer ramps and new flyover ramps at I-235 and I-44 as well as improve frontage roads and complete the widening of Broadway Extension (U.S. 77)/I-235 between NE 36 and Edmond.

•Continued improvements and widening of I-40 between the North Canadian River Bridge and El Reno.

•Reconstruction and improvements to I-40 between I-240 and the line dividing Oklahoma and Lincoln counties, including reconstruction of the I-40/Choctaw Road interchange.

•Reconstruction of the I-240/ I-35 interchange.

•Continuing widening of I-35 through Norman and to the South Canadian River bridge, including replacing interchanges at Robinson, Main and Lindsey streets in Norman.

•Continued reconstruction of I-44 from Riverside to Yale in Tulsa.

•Improvements to I-244 in Tulsa.

•Improvements to U.S. 75 in Tulsa, including ramps to I-44.

Michael McNutt,

Capitol Bureau


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road construction projects throughout the state, go to okladot.state.ok.us and click on “Traffic Advisories.”

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