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Two-way Gray Street nears reality

THe Norman Transcript

By Mindy Ragan Wood November 24, 2022

Norman’s Gray Street won’t be heading in one direction too much longer.

The street is soon to become a two-way thoroughfare after the Norman City Council finalized a funding source Tuesday and gave the nod to staff to apply for a federal grant.

The council approved both the use of $8.1 million in proceeds from a voter-approved 2019 Transportation Bond and the application for a $500,000 grant through the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG).

Public Works Director Shawn O’Leary said bids should go out in April 2023. View the full article:

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