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Commission OKs $105M contract for Oklahoma City highway work

Commission OKs $105M contract for Oklahoma City highway work

The Norman Transcript
Associated Press
Dec 5, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Oklahoma Transportation Commission has awarded a $105 million contract to expand the interchange between interstates 235 and 44 in Oklahoma City, which transportation officials say will help end bottlenecking on the two highways that each serve nearly 100,000 motorists daily.

The contract is the single largest award for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation and will help expand the interchange into four levels, which will be a first for the agency's state highway system, The Oklahoman reported.

"This is an exciting project for many reasons, and by the end of construction the most important benefit to drivers will be the end of traffic bottlenecking at the I-235/I-44 interchange," said Mike Patterson, the department's executive director... FULL ARTICLE

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