Owasso to see first phase of ODOT’s $30M improvements along U.S. 169 in 2021

Tulsa World

By Art Haddaway

December 14, 2020


Owasso will see major road improvements take place along high-traffic corridors of U.S. 169 over the next six years.

The Oklahoma Transportation Commission on Thursday approved Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s eight-year Construction Work Plan, which contains $6 billion in projects on state bridges and highways.

The $29.9 million plan for Owasso includes widening and resurfacing work on the state highway, spanning more than two miles between 66th and 96th streets. The three-phased process is among more than 1,300 critically needed ODOT highway construction and safety projects lined out for the next eight years.


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