Updated construction projects on Oklahoma roadways
Before you head out on your Friday morning commute here is a list of updated highway construction projects from Oklahoma Department of Transportation.
I-240 narrows at May Ave. Friday 12/27/13.
The right lane of eastbound I-240 will be closed between May Ave. and Pennsylvania Ave. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for safety device repair. Ramps will remain open.
On-going Construction Projects:
Eastern Ave. narrowed at I-240 through February
North and southbound Eastern Ave. remains narrowed to one lane in each direction between I-240 in Oklahoma City and N. 27th St. in Moore through February for a street widening project. The speed limit is also reduced to 25 mph.
Broadway Ext./I-235/I-44 project continues through January
Motorists can expect the following ongoing lane and ramp closures at the Broadway Ext./I-235/I-44 interchange. Throughout the project, drivers are advised to expect lengthy delays.
· The eastbound I-44 on-ramp from Western Ave. will be closed until further notice
· The right lane of eastbound I-44 will be closed from Western Ave. through the I-235 interchange throughout the project
SH-4 (Mustang Rd.) narrowed, I-40 lanes shifted near Yukon through Summer 2014
SH-4 (Mustang Rd.) is narrowed between Reno Ave. and N.W.10th St. and east and westbound I-40 is shifted slightly between Morgan Rd. and Mustang Rd. as part of a continuing project to reconstruct and widen I-40 and reconstruct the SH-4 (Mustang Rd.) bridge and ramps at I-40. The project is expected to last until summer 2014 and drivers are strongly urged to avoid the area and locate an alternate route.
All I-35 ramps at Main St. in Norman closed through mid-2014
All ramps at the I-35/Main St. interchange in Norman will remain closed until the new ramps are completed in mid-2014. Drivers are encouraged to exit I-35 at Robinson St. when coming from the north or at Lindsey St. from the south or avoid the area if possible.
East and westbound Main St. remains open through all phases of construction; however, it is an active work zone. Drivers should be alert to reduced speed limits, heed warning signs and watch for crews in the area. Various lanes will be closed during this project. Thanks for your patience during this much needed project.