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ODOT open house to focus on S.H. 100

ODOT open house to focus on S.H. 100

Tahlequah Daily Press
From staff reports
Aug 9, 2019

STILWELL – Oklahoma Department of Transportation will host an open house meeting Thursday, Aug. 29, 5-7 p.m., in the Stilwell Public Library, 5 N. Sixth St.

The purpose of the meeting is to inform the public of the alternatives being considered for the proposed improvement of State Highway 100, and to obtain input.

ODOT, in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration, is evaluating the need for improvements to S.H. 100 from 3.5 miles northeast of the Cherokee County line and extending east five miles in Adair County.

This segment of S.H. 100 is a two-lane, open section, major collector facility with 12-foot-wide driving lanes and no shoulders. The bridge over Smith Hollow Creek is a 45-foot-long reinforced concrete box. Current traffic volumes are estimated at 3,500 vehicles per day and are projected to increase to 5,000 VPD by 2038... FULL ARTICLE

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