U.S. 81/U.S. 60 lanes narrow at SH-45 north of Enid in June for nearly year-long reconstruction

Enid News & Eagle Cass Rains May 26, 2020

ENID, Okla. — A $17.5 million project to reconstruct U.S.81/U.S. 60 north of Enid is scheduled to begin Monday, June 1, 2020.

The work will impact traffic through the spring of 2021, and drivers are urged to plan ahead for delays and congestion in the corridor.

The work zone is on U.S.81/U.S. 60 between Oklahoma 45/West Carrier to County Line Rd./E0920 Road at the Grant County line.

The project will rehabilitate travel lanes, reconstruct shoulders and add a left turn lane from northbound U.S.81/U.S. 60 to westbound Oklahoma 45. Additionally, left turn lanes will be added throughout the project at section line roads...

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