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ODOT plans S.H. 33 public meeting Thursday in Guthrie

ODOT plans S.H. 33 public meeting Thursday in Guthrie

Edmond Sun

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will have a public meeting about a proposed project to replace the S.H. 33 bridges over Cottonwood Creek and a BNSF railroad in Guthrie. The meeting will be at 6 p.m. at First Christian Church, 402 E. Noble.

The purpose of the meeting is to keep the public informed of this project and involved in the decision-making process. It will include a presentation on the need for the project and issues that have been identified in the early stages of project development.

The goal of the proposed project is to improve the safety of the existing S.H. 33 bridges over Cottonwood Creek and the BNSF railroad, reduce congestion on S.H. 33 and address flooding concerns in the area.

The S.H. 33 bridge over Cottonwood Creek was built in 1937 and an average of 11,500 vehicles travel this section of S.H. 33 daily.

Persons who would like to attend this meeting, but find it difficult due to disability, architectural barrier or other special needs, or require a sign-language interpreter, should contact Craig Moody at 522-1465

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