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Infrastructure Plans Approved for Oklahoma’s Future

Infrastructure Plans Approved for Oklahoma’s Future

Transport Topics
Eleanor Lamb | Staff Reporter
October 18, 2019 4:45 PM, EDT

The Oklahoma Transportation Commission recently approved three plans that will steer infrastructure projects in the coming years.

The commission on Oct. 14 voted to approve the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s Eight-year Construction Work Plan, which outlines the agency’s project course through fiscal 2027. The group approved two additional plans, one regarding asset preservation and the other outlining county road and bridge improvements.

“Though not all equal in size or scope, each of these three infrastructure plans is a vitally important road map for the department and the counties working hand in hand to address separate parts,” ODOT Executive Director Tim Gatz said. “By following these plans, our state’s largest asset — the roads and bridges — is being preserved and replaced consistently, which makes our transportation network safer, more efficient and more effective from county roads all the way to the interstates.” FULL ARTICLE

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