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Northwest Oklahoma counties account for $328 million of ODOT's 8-year plan

Northwest Oklahoma counties account for $328 million of ODOT's 8-year plan

The Norman Transcript
By Mitchell Willetts | CNHI News
Oklahoma Oct 16, 2019

ENID, Okla. — Oklahoma Department of Transportation this week approved an eight-year, $6.5 billion construction plan to improve the state's infrastructure through the repair and renovation of roads and bridges across the state.

While some of the most expensive undertakings are set in metropolitan areas like Oklahoma City and Tulsa, dozens of projects are planned from 2020-27 for Northwest Oklahoma as well.

Based on ODOT cost estimates, hundreds of millions will be spent on Garfield and surrounding counties. Those approximate figures are $35 million for Garfield County, $26 million for Blaine, $34 million for Grant and $42 million for Major... FULL ARTICLE

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