One Broken Arrow road project at a major intersection is ending while another should be done by December.
Kenosha and Aspen is back open for the first time in over a month. It's been down to one lane since the beginning of September. There are still some cones to be removed, but the contractor told the City they should be gone some time Monday.
The City says the overall Aspen corridor resurfacing project should be done by the end of December.
On the other hand, the City says 61st (Albany) between 23rd Street (County Line) and 209th East Avenue will be closed off and on starting Monday. Crews say they will be closing Albany every day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the next four weeks for a bridge project.
It's a small two-lane bridge, so they have to shut down Albany. The Streets and Stormwater Department will be adding head walls to the existing bridge, according to the BA Police Department's Facebook page.