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Northwest Expressway resurfacing project expected to start in June

Northwest Expressway resurfacing project expected to start in June

NewsOK.com
by RANDY ELLIS
Updated: Tue, May 7, 2019 1:17 AM

One of Oklahoma City's most congested thoroughfares will undergo a resurfacing project this summer, with crews looking to do most of the work at night in an effort to have minimal impact on heavy commute times.

The Oklahoma Transportation Commission on Monday awarded a $6 million project to resurface nearly 7 miles of Northwest Expressway from State Highway 74 northwest to the John Kilpatrick Turnpike.

Work is expected to begin in June and take about four months to complete.

The Northwest Expressway, also called State Highway 3, is one of Oklahoma City's busiest non-interstate highways, carrying about 54,000 vehicles a day, officials said... FULL ARTICLE

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