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Lighting Should Help Travelers in Washington County

Lighting Should Help Travelers in Washington County
Washington County
Updated: Jan 29, 2019 1:34 PM
Garrett Giles

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation approves lighting fixtures to go up in Washington County's second district.

Washington County Commissioner Mike Bouvier who oversees District 2 submitted the request to ODOT and says this will help with a poorly lit part of the county along Highway 75.Bouvier says LED lighting will help traffic at 2300 Road and 2400 Road see Highway 75. Those intersections of traffic have been dangerous in Bouvier's eyes. The approvd LED lighting, Bouvier says, will make a big difference.

Commissioner Bouvier has mentioned the LED lighting as being a possibility in prior weeks but it is now becoming a reality. As Bouvier says, the LED lighting will arrive in about 8 weeks and installation will follow.


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