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Construction On Tulsa's BA Expressway To Slow Traffic For 8 Months

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One of the bridge decks on the BA which will have to be replaced. One of the bridge decks on the BA which will have to be replaced.
SkyNews6 flies over the BA Monday afternoon. SkyNews6 flies over the BA Monday afternoon.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

Drivers using Tulsa's Broken Arrow Expressway is seeing slowdowns Monday, thanks to the start of another construction project.

The left lane of east and westbound U.S. Highway 64  is closed from near Utica Avenue to near Sheridan Road until further notice as part of a bridge deck replacement project, ODOT announced.

The $2.7 million project is expected to be finished in about 8 months.

This is one of three other projects underway in the Tulsa area.

  • I-44 Riverside to Peoria
  • I-244 bridge over Arkansas River
  • I-244 Memorial to I-44 Split

To track this and other road projects check out the Daily Detour at NewsOn6.com

4/18/2012 Related Story: Frustrated Tulsa Drivers Ask 'When Will It All End?'

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