ODOT moves forward with $20M widening projects along U.S. 169 in Owasso


Tulsa World

By Art Haddaway, Owasso Reporter Editor

September 2, 2020


Commuters along U.S. 169 in Owasso are a few years away from seeing the highway widened, but city and state officials are still moving forward with plans for construction.


The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is working with the Owasso Chamber of Commerce and the City of Owasso to expand two miles of the roadway from East 66th Street North to East 86th Street North from four to six lanes starting in 2024.


The eight-year plan, totaling $8.5 million, will help alleviate congestion along the busy freeway, which sees around 50,000 vehicles per day, said Oklahoma Department of Transportation Secretary Tim Gatz, who spoke as the keynote at Owasso Chamber’s September luncheon on Wednesday.


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