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Commission set to approve year-long project to replace pavement, fix bridges on south leg of Inner Dispersal Loop

Commission set to approve year-long project to replace pavement, fix bridges on south leg of Inner Dispersal Loop

Roadwork • South leg pavement, bridge upgrades to be considered

Tulsa World
By Michael Dekker
Jul 1, 2018

Correction: A headline for this story incorrectly identified the agency considering approval of the project. The headline has been corrected.

More detours and delays — along with an eventually smoother highway and safer bridges — are planned for Tulsa’s Inner Dispersal Loop.

The Oklahoma Transportation Commission on Monday will consider approval of up to a $25 million project to reconstruct the pavement on the south leg of the IDL and improve five bridges in the area.

The project, if approved by the commission, would likely begin in late fall and last about a year, with incentives to expedite the work, said Oklahoma Department of Transportation spokeswoman Kenna Mitchell... FULL ARTICLE

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