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Daily Detour: Today's Tulsa Road Construction Alert

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From ODOT:

US-64/SH-51 narrowed at US-75 junction:

The two right lanes of eastbound US-64/SH-51 (Broken Arrow Expressway) are closed from the US-75 junction (southeast corner of the Inner Dispersal Loop) to near Lewis Ave. until further notice as part of an ongoing resurfacing project. Expect significant delays and seek an alternate route if possible.

As a reminder, this work zone is adjacent to the following work zone:

US-75/US-64/SH-51 bridge projects on Inner Dispersal Loop; major closures start Friday:

As part of an ongoing bridge rehabilitation project on Boston Ave., Main St. and Cheyenne Ave. over the south leg of the Inner Dispersal Loop:

As a reminder, all lanes of Cheyenne Ave. are closed over the south leg of the Inner Dispersal Loop until further notice.

All lanes of Boston Ave. over the south leg of the IDL will remain closed until early Friday morning; one lane of Boston Ave. will then open in each direction until further notice.

All lanes of Main St. over the south leg of the IDL will close early Friday morning until further notice.

All lanes of southbound US-75/westbound US-64/SH-51 (south leg IDL) will be closed from noon Friday through 7 a.m. Saturday.

As a reminder, northbound US-75/eastbound US-64/SH-51 (south leg IDL) is currently narrowed to one open lane.

All lanes of northbound US-75/eastbound US-64/SH-51 will be closed from 7 a.m. Saturday to 10 p.m. Sunday.

After 10 p.m. Sunday, northbound US-75/eastbound US-64/SH-51 will open to one through lane until further notice.

US-64/SH-51 (Broken Arrow Expressway) narrows near Memorial Dr. tonight:

Drivers can expect various lane and short-term ramp closures on eastbound US-64/SH-51 (Broken Arrow Expressway) from near Memorial Dr. to 161st E. Ave. (Elm Pl.) from 7 p.m. tonight to 6 a.m. Friday for an ongoing resurfacing project. Drivers can expect delays in the corridor.

I-244 pavement reconstruction project; lane closures tonight:

The two left lanes of eastbound I-244 will be closed between Harvard Ave. and Pittsburg Ave. from 7 p.m. tonight to 6 a.m. Friday as part of an ongoing pavement reconstruction project.

Drivers can expect various lane closures on east and westbound I-244 between the US-75 junction (northeast corner of the Inner Dispersal Loop; mm 6B) to near Memorial Dr. (mm 12A) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday.

SH-11 narrows near Sheridan Rd. Friday:

Drivers can expect various lane closures on east and westbound SH-11 near Sheridan Rd. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday as part of an ongoing bridge rehabilitation project.

US-169/Bird Creek widening project; ramp closure Saturday:

As part of an ongoing widening project, be alert to traffic shifts on US-169 between 56th St. North and 66th St. North.

The northbound on-ramp at 56th St. North remains closed until further notice.

The northbound off-ramp to 56th St. North will be closed from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday.

Ongoing Projects

US-412 narrowed near 265th W. Avenue:

The right lane of westbound US-412 is closed near 265th W. Ave. until mid-August for surface work.

I-244/23rd St. bridge project; bridge closed:

All lanes of 23rd St. are closed over I-244/US-75 through early fall 2016 for the first phase of a bridge rehabilitation project. The westbound I-244/southbound US-75 off-ramp to 21st St. (mm 3B) will remain open during this time. The overall project is scheduled to complete early 2018.

As a reminder, this work zone is adjacent to the following work zone:

I-244/US-75 narrowed near 23rd Street:

The right lane of westbound I-244/southbound US-75 is closed from near the 23rd St. exit to near the I-244/US-75 (Red Fork Split) junction until early fall 2016 for a barrier wall project. Delays can be expected in the corridor, especially during peak travel times.

SH-11 closed at 76th St. North: 

All lanes of SH-11 are closed south of Sperry between 76th St. North and 86th St. North for a bridge replacement project at Delaware Creek through late fall 2016. The detour route will use SH-11/36th St. North, US-75 and SH-20/146th St. North around the closure. Drivers should plan ahead for extra travel time around this closure or seek an alternate route.

All lanes of SH-11 are open at Flat Rock Creek between 36th St. North and 46th St. North. Drivers should remain alert to crews and equipment finishing work in this area.

SH-266 widening project east of US-169:

Drivers should be alert to crews and traffic shifts along SH-266 (46th St. North) from east of the US-169 junction extending two miles to the east as part of an ongoing widening project.

US-75 pavement project at SH-20; lane closures near 156th St. North:

Drivers can expect various lane closures on north and southbound US-75 between 156th St. North and 166th St. North until further notice as part of a pavement rehabilitation project. Drivers should plan ahead for extra travel time in this corridor, especially during peak traffic times. The overall project is expected to complete in fall 2016.

Drivers can expect various lane closures on east and westbound SH-20 under the US-75 junction until further notice.

US-412/US-64 narrowed at 161st W. Avenue:

The left lane of east and westbound US-412/US-64 is closed and a wide-load restriction in place between 161st W. Ave. (Shell Creek) to near 193rd W. Ave. until fall 2016 as part of a bridge rehabilitation project. Drivers should be alert to traffic shifts and plan ahead for extra travel time in this corridor.

SH-51 narrowed west of SH-97 junction:

The right lane of westbound SH-51 is closed six miles west of the SH-97 junction until further notice due to surface damage.

From the City of Tulsa:

Traffic Changes to Begin Wednesday, April 20 near Street Rehabilitation Project on MLK Jr. Blvd., N. Detroit Avenue:

Beginning Wednesday, April 20, the eastbound service road between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and North Detroit Avenue will be closed and traffic will be detoured to East Cameron Street. The road closure and detour will be in effect for approximately 30 days.

This is related to a street rehabilitation project in progress on MLK Jr. Boulevard and North Detroit Avenue between I-244 and East Jasper Street. During the first phase of the project, MLK is closed to traffic and Detroit has changed to two-way traffic – one northbound lane and one southbound lane.

The next phase of the project is scheduled to begin in June, when Detroit Avenue will be closed to traffic between I-244 and Jasper Street, and MLK Jr. Boulevard will be changed to two-way traffic – one northbound lane and one southbound lane.

The City of Tulsa has contracted with Ellsworth Construction for this $5,656,575 project funded by the 2008 Third Penny Sales Tax (Fix Our Streets). Completion of the project is scheduled for fall 2016.

Street Reconstruction Project to Begin Monday, April 18, for North Garnett Road, East 36th Street North to East Pine Street:

A street reconstruction project on North Garnett Road between East 36th Street North and East Pine Street will begin Monday, April 18. The project will be completed one mile at a time, starting at the north end between 36th Street North and Apache Street.

During construction, Garnett Road will be completely closed in the location of current work. Access for residents and businesses will be maintained.

The first road closure will be 3,000 feet between 36th Street North and just south of Tulsa Raceway Park. The road closure will last approximately five months. Access to Tulsa Raceway Park will be maintained from 129th East Avenue.

The project includes replacing the asphalt surface with concrete, widening the shoulders, installing six large drainage structures and changing the grade of the road up to 5 feet in some places.

Completion of the project is scheduled for August 2017. Each mile of the project will take eight months to complete.

The City of Tulsa has contracted with APAC Central Inc. for this $5,436,488 project funded by the 2008 Third Penny Sales Tax (Fix Our Streets). 

Street Rehabilitation Project to Start Wednesday, Jan. 20, at East 61st Street, South Memorial Drive Intersection

A street rehabilitation project is scheduled to begin at the intersection of East 61st Street and South Memorial Drive on Wednesday, Jan. 20. A public meeting about the project will be held Tuesday evening, Jan. 19, at 6 p.m. in Tulsa Bible Church, 5838 S. Sheridan Road.

The project includes replacing all pavement at the intersection with new concrete, as well as installing new traffic signals, sidewalks and handicap ramps. A new 48-inch waterline will be constructed along East 61st Street between South Memorial Drive and South 76th East Avenue. This is part of the total replacement of 48-inch waterline on East 61st Street between South Mingo Road and South Sheridan Road.

Lane closures will be in effect at the intersection throughout the project. Completion is scheduled for November 2016.

The City of Tulsa has contracted with Crossland Heavy Contractors Inc. for this $5,894,000 project funded by the 2008 Third Penny Sales Tax (Fix Our Streets). 

Street Rehabilitation Begins on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard; North Detroit Avenue Changes Temporarily to Two-Way Traffic:

Construction has begun on a street rehabilitation project for Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and North Detroit Avenue between I-244 and East Jasper Street. During the first phase of the project, MLK will be closed to traffic, and Detroit will be changed to two-way traffic – one northbound lane and one southbound lane. This will be in effect for about four to five months.

During the next phase of the project, Detroit Avenue will be closed to traffic between I-244 and Jasper Street, and MLK Jr. Boulevard will be changed to two-way traffic – one northbound lane and one southbound lane.

The City of Tulsa has contracted with Ellsworth Construction for this $5,656,575 project funded by the 2008 Third Penny Sales Tax (Fix Our Streets). Completion of the project is scheduled for October 2016.

Midland Valley Trail near Gathering Place Construction Site To Close Tuesday, Sept. 23, until Phase I Opens in 2017:

As construction of the Gathering Place park begins, the Midland Valley Trail will close Tuesday, Sept. 23, between the east end of the railroad bridge over Riverside Drive to the other end of the arch where the Blair north property line would cross the trail. The trail closure will be in effect until Phase I of the Gathering Place opens in 2017.
 

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