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Mileage Restriction Lifted For Oklahoma Highway Patrol

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Effective immediately, the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety has lifted the statewide Oklahoma Highway Patrol mileage restriction, allowing OHP to resume normal operations.

DPS wrote in a June 1 news release that the move was possible after Gov. Mary Fallin signed the state budget. 

The mileage restriction was placed into effect in December 2016 in order to make up for an FY17 budget cut.  

11/29/2016 Related Story: OHP Troopers Limited To 100-Mile-Per-Day Patrols

OHP Chief Ricky Adams said the new state budget should allow OHP to resume normal patrol duties and better serve communities across Oklahoma.

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