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Repaving Project To Narrow Traffic On Busy Tulsa Street

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Drivers will notice some lanes shut down on 36th Street between Lewis and Harvard because of an ongoing pavement project.

The City of Tulsa says crews have closed off the westbound lanes entirely from Lewis to Harvard and you can only use the eastbound lanes.

They say the work includes removing the top layer of asphalt and patching up what needs to be repaired underneath. Once that is done, they will put down a new layer of asphalt.

Tulsa says this particular project is scheduled to take about 60 days to complete and it is paid for from the 2014 Improve Our Tulsa Bond Issue.

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