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ODOT seeking public input on proposed improvements to I-35 in Oklahoma City metro area

ODOT seeking public input on proposed improvements to I-35 in Oklahoma City metro area

KFOR.com
by: K. Butcher
Updated: Feb 12, 2020 / 08:47 AM CST

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is looking to improve parts of I-35 in the Oklahoma City metro area and would like input from the public.

Right now, officials are gathering input for improving the safety of I-35 and the frontage roads between the I-40 and I-44 junctions in the Oklahoma City metro area.

A public meeting has been set for Feb. 18 to discuss operational and safety improvements that can be made to the four interchanges, I-35, frontage roads, and 13 bridges in the corridor. The meeting will also discuss the potential widening of I-35 from four lanes to six lanes... FULL ARTICLE

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