$44 Million Highway Project Between Owasso, Claremore Approved

News on 6 By Erick Payne

December 11, 2020 Construction crews are about to begin a large project along Keetonville Hill between Owasso and Claremore.

The Oklahoma Transportation Commission approved the $44 million project this week. State and city leaders have been talking about these changes for a couple of decades now.

They said Keetonville Hill has a reputation for being a dangerous stretch of road.

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation has been considering massive changes to Highway 20 for a while. They said right now, the north side of Keetonville Hill is high maintenance. State leaders said landslides happen often, causing debris to fall onto the road, and the roadway itself to slip and erode.


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