Major Roadwork Targets Deficient Bridges


News 9

By Storme Jones

September 7, 2020


Beginning Tuesday drivers near Del City and by Will Rogers World Airport will see congestion as two Oklahoma Department of Transportation projects begin.

Together, the I-40 and I-44 projects will remove 10 structurally deficient bridges and cost a total of $108 million.

“This I-40 project in Del City is one of the most significant projects that we’ve been trying to do and talked about for years and we’re finally here,” ODOT Spokeswoman Terri Angier said.

Eastbound I-40 will be narrowed to two lanes between Sunnylane Rd. and Hudiburg Dr. during daytime hours and will be down to one lane a night. The project is expected to take two years.


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