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Major road reconstruction project to begin in the Village (ARTICLE & VIDEO)

Major road reconstruction project to begin in the Village (ARTICLE & VIDEO)

KFOR.com
BY LILI ZHENG
UPDATED AT 10:42PM, JANUARY 6, 2019

THE VILLAGE, Okla. -- A reconstruction project for a busy metro road that has been in the works for years is expected to begin within the next week.

"It's no secret that Britton between Penn and May is not the greatest stretch of road in the metro," said Village mayor Sonny Wilkinson.

I think the traffic count on Britton is about 20,000 cars per day on that stretch."

The project, which will be managed by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT), involves the complete rebuild of one mile of Britton Road between Penn Ave. and May Ave. According to Mayor Wilkinson, this is the largest road construction in the city's history and is expected to take approximately 10 months.

The total cost of the project is $4 million with $3 million funded by federal money and roughly $1 million coming from the Village, Wilkinson said... FULL ARTICLE & WATCH VIDEO

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