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Bridge work south of the airport starts Monday as part of yearlong project

Bridge work south of the airport starts Monday as part of yearlong project

Tulsa World
By Michael Dekker
Updated Jan 8, 2019  

Travelers using the main highway south of Tulsa International Airport should expect delays and detours beginning Monday with the start of a yearlong bridge rehabilitation project.

The $9 million project will improve eight bridges on Oklahoma 11 south of the airport. They include bridges at the Interstate 244 junction, Pine Street, Memorial Drive and over a nearby railroad line.

Oklahoma 11 runs just south of the airport and connects I-244 to U.S. 75 south of Mohawk Park in north Tulsa.

The highway will be narrowed to one lane in each direction between Pine and the airport through early next year, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation said Friday... FULL ARTICLE

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