The projects below are all weather permitting:
US-75 narrows at Southwest Boulevard Tuesday:
Drivers can expect various lane closures on southbound US-75 at Southwest Boulevard from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday and daily through Friday as part of an ongoing bridge rehabilitation project.
I-244 narrows near US-75 junction (western split) daily:
The left lane of eastbound I-244 will be closed between the US-75 junction and the I-44 junction (western split) from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily until further notice for cable barrier installation. Expect delays in this corridor.
US-169 narrows at US-64/SH-51 (Broken Arrow Expressway) Tuesday:
Drivers can expect various lane closures on northbound US-169 at the US-64/SH-51 (Broken Arrow Expressway) junction from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday for bridge work.
SH-11 narrows at I-244 junction daily:
The left lane of east and westbound SH-11 will be closed in various locations between the I-244 and US-75 junctions from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays until further notice for cable barrier installation.
US-75 narrows at 131st St. South daily:
Drivers can expect various lane closures on north and southbound US-75 between 131st St. South and 81st St. South from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays for cable barrier installation.
On-going Construction Projects
116th St. North closed at US-75 junction:
All lanes of east and westbound 116th St. North are closed at the US-75 junction until Fall 2013 for an interchange project. Drivers are urged to plan ahead and locate an alternate route.
• The north and southbound shoulders of US-75 are closed between 106th St. North and 126th St. North until further notice.
Lewis Ave. closed at I-44 junction
Lane and ramp closures until further notice include:
• The westbound I-44 frontage road between Harvard Ave. and Peoria Ave.
• All lanes of north and southbound Lewis Ave. are closed at the I-44 junction until further notice. Traffic can use the I-44/Peoria and I-44/Harvard interchanges as detours.
• The westbound I-44 on-ramp from Lewis Ave. is closed through late spring 2013. Use ramps at Harvard Ave. or Peoria Ave. to access westbound I-44.
• Various lane closures on Utica Ave. and Wheeling Ave. at the 51st St./Skelly Dr. junction
• All lanes of Birmingham Pl. (south of I-44) closed at Skelly Dr./51st until further notice.
• Eastbound Skelly Dr./51st St. (south of I-44) is narrowed to one lane just west of Lewis Avenue. Be alert to a stop sign near Wheeling Avenue. Traffic exiting from eastbound I-44 to Lewis Ave. has the right-of-way on Skelly Dr./51st Street.
• East and westbound 51st St. is narrowed between Lewis Ave. to near Columbia Place.
From the City of Tulsa:
Street Maintenance to Begin Tuesday, May 21 on Riverside Drive between Denver Avenue and Galveston Avenue:
Street maintenance is scheduled for Riverside Drive between Denver Avenue and Galveston Avenue from Tuesday, May 21, until Thursday, May 23. A contractor will remove the old street surface and replace it with a new overlay of asphalt.
Although the lanes will be narrowed, two-way traffic will be maintained throughout the project.
Street Repair Scheduled Wednesday Through Friday on East 31st Street at South Quaker Avenue; Several Lanes to Close
Street repairs are scheduled on East 31st Street at South Quaker Avenue from Wednesday, May 15, through Friday, May 17. Traffic will be limited to one eastbound lane. Westbound traffic will be detoured at South Utica Avenue to East 41st Street for access to South Peoria Avenue.
Lane to Close on South Lewis Avenue at East 11th Street for Sanitary Sewer Work Beginning Thursday, May 2:
The outside southbound lane of South Lewis Avenue at East 11th Street will be closed for two weeks beginning Thursday, May 2, for replacement of a sanitary sewer line south of 11th Street.
Work to Begin Monday, January 28, at 11th Street, Yale Avenue Intersection; Some Lanes Will Be Closed During Project:
A street rehabilitation project will begin Monday, January 28, at the intersection of East 11th Street and South Yale Avenue. Traffic will be limited to one lane in each direction during the construction, which is scheduled for completion in September.
Vision 2025 Route 66 enhancements also are part of this project. These include Route 66 shields in the pavement, brick paver sidewalks on the corners, decorative fencing at the northeast and northwest corners of the intersection, a centennial clock and plaques commemorating the history of Route 66.
The City of Tulsa has contracted with Crossland Heavy Contractors for this $2.9 million project, which also includes a nearby neighborhood street and intersection. Funding for this project has come from the Vision 2025 Sales Tax and the 2008 General Obligation Bond Issue.
Street Rehabilitation Project on West 71st Street to Begin January 7; Two Lanes Will Be Closed Near Arkansas River Bridge:
A street rehabilitation project will begin January 7 on West 71st Street between the Arkansas River bridge and South Olympia Drive, near U.S. Highway 75. For approximately the first week of the project, two lanes will be closed directly west of the Arkansas River bridge, for removal of the center median.
After the center median is removed, traffic on West 71st Street will be limited to one eastbound lane and one westbound lane between South Olympia Drive and the Arkansas River bridge. The City of Tulsa has contracted with APAC Central Inc. for this $2.9 million project funded by the 2008 General Obligation Bond Issue. Completion of the project is scheduled for October.
Traffic lane changes coming Friday morning, February 24, to Riverside Parkway and 61st Street intersection:
On Friday morning, Feb. 24, the curvy detour that motorists had been using at the intersection of Riverside Parkway and 61st Street will be removed and traffic will be switched back onto Riverside Parkway.
These lane changes are part of a construction project to widen 61st Street between Riverside Parkway and South Peoria Avenue, also including the intersection of 61st Street and Peoria Avenue, with work extending on 61st Street to Rockford Avenue.
The City of Tulsa has contracted with Becco Contractors Inc. for this $11 million project, funded by the 2006 Third Penny Sales Tax. The project consists of street widening, storm drainage and sanitary sewer improvements. Completion of the project is scheduled for May 2013.
Widening project for 61st Street, Riverside to Peoria begins; Lanes to close Monday, January 9, on Riverside Parkway:
Construction is beginning on a widening project for East 61st Street between Riverside Parkway and South Peoria Avenue, also including the intersection of 61st Street and Peoria Avenue, with work extending on 61st Street to Rockford Avenue.
Starting Monday, January 9, the contractor will be working at Riverside Parkway and 61st Street to construct a four-lane detour for traffic to use during construction. The two inside lanes of Riverside, one northbound and one southbound, will be closed for removal of the median and construction of the detour. These lane closures will last one week until Monday, Jan. 16, when traffic will be switched to the detour.
The City of Tulsa has contracted with Becco Contractors Inc. for this $11 million project, funded by the 2006 Third Penny Sales Tax. The project will consist of street widening, storm drainage and sanitary sewer improvements. Completion of the project is scheduled for May 2013.