Oklahoma Roads Closed By High Water

Saturday, May 20th 2017, 11:15 am
By: News On 6

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation has announced the following road closures from this week's storms.

Remember, use caution if you see pooled water as other drivers may cause spay when hitting those areas. Don't drive around barricades if the roadway is closed and don't enter high water - turn around, don't drowned.

Grant County:
SH-11 is closed at Pond Creek, Osage Creek and Cottonwood Creek about 7 miles west of Medford.

Cherokee County
SH-80 is closed five miles south of SH-51 between Hulbert and Fort Gibson.

McIntosh County: 
SH-9 is closed between the Indian Nations Turnpike and SH-52.

Pittsburg County
US-270 one half mile west of the Indian Nations Turnpike.
SH-63 from Haileyville west to Bache Rd. 

Atoka County
SH-131 6 miles west of US-69.
SH-31 west of McAlester from the industrial park to Haywood.

Okmulgee County:
US-75 is now OPEN at the railroad underpass between 10th and 13th streets in the City of Okmulgee
SH-16 is now OPEN at the railroad underpass in Beggs.

Okfuskee County
SH-48 is closed one mile south of I-40 at the Canadian River bridge.

Johnston County:
SH-4A a half mile north of Milburn. 

Cotton County:
SH-5B near Temple. 

To check current road conditions in Oklahoma, call ODOT's Road Conditions Hotline at 844-4OK-HWYS (844-465-4997) of go to www.okroads.org. For turnpike info, to to www.pikepass.com or call 877-403-7623.