Road repairs start Tuesday at 33rd and Kelly in Edmond
The concrete street at 33rd Street and Kelly Avenue has failed, and repairs will start Tuesday. Repair work is expected to take about two weeks, depending on the weather.
EDMOND — Roadwork will start Tuesday at 33rd Street and Kelly Avenue because the concrete has failed and needs to be replaced.
Repairs are expected to take about two weeks, depending on the weather, said Keith Stewart, field services superintendent.
The street will remain open, but different lanes will be closed while repairs are being made.
The work is for pavement repairs affecting left turn lanes in all directions as well as through lanes, Stewart said.
“We are asking people to avoid the intersection,” Stewart said.
City Engineer Steve Manek said the concrete has been breaking up because the base was not good, so the city will need to replace the concrete.
Repairs are estimated to cost $10,000.
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