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Highway 412 Resurfacing Project In Pawnee County Begins

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A resurfacing project on Highway 412 in Osage and Pawnee counties starts Monday.

According to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, the nearly $3-million project includes resurfacing nine miles from where Highway 412 intersects with Highway 151 to the Highway 412/Highway 64 split near the entrance to the Cimarron Turnpike.

The first portion of work starts Monday on westbound Highway 412.  ODOT says the highway will be narrowed to one lane just west of the Highway 151 interchange to west for four miles. 

ODOT says the project will wrap up later this year.

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