The following highways are closed due to high water. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation last updated this list at 11 a.m. Monday, June 22. They remind residents to never drive into high water, to obey warning signs and barricades.
To check current road conditions along Oklahoma Turnpikes, call the OTA at 877-403-7623 or go to www.pikepass.com.
Out-of-state road condition phone numbers are listed at the end of this story.
SH-80 is closed to through traffic about four miles west of Hulbert, between SH-51 and US-62.
SH-89 is closed between US-70 and SH-32 south of Ringling
SH-22 is closed south of SH-78 near Tishomingo
US-270 is closed between Wister and Heavener and US-271 at Wister. Signs are in place and traffic will be detoured to Poteau and Heavener.
SH-77 Scenic is closed at Lake Murray State Park
SH-96 is closed south of SH-32 near Burneyville
SH-32 is closed west of Lebanon in both Love County and Marshall County
US-70 is closed at the Roosevelt bridge over Lake Texoma. The suggested detour is US-82 between Gainesville and Sherman in Texas.
SH-199 is closed at the Ft. Washita bridge about five miles west of SH-48
SH-32 is closed at Lebanon in Love and Marshall counties
Closed/Narrowed Due To Damage
The following highways are closed or narrowed until further notice due to damage from flooding. Updates will be issued as conditions change
SH-78 is closed at the Red River, south of Yuba, due to erosion of a portion of the highway.
US-70 is narrowed to one lane in each direction in Wilson due to bridge damage.
SH-11 between US-81 in Medford and SH-132 is open to one lane with traffic signals while surface damage is repaired on the construction detour.
US-377/SH-99 is closed to through traffic just south of Tishomingo. While water has receded off the roadway, flooding and debris have damaged parts of the bridge. Water remains too high at this time for a full bridge inspection to determine the extent of potential damage. Traffic is detoured to SH-1/SH-7 through Mill Creek, then SH-7W to Sulphur, and then to southbound US-177 to Dickson, and east on SH 199/US-177 through Mannsville to Madill.
SH-33 is closed about three miles west of the SH-74F junction near Cashion. This closure is expected to last several more weeks while a contractor finishes a nearby bridge construction project.
SH-54 is closed to through traffic just south of SH-9 near Gotebo after flooding damaged a construction detour near an ongoing project. Traffic is detoured using SH-19 to US-183 to SH-55.
SH-1 is closed between US-271 and US-259 through the Ouachita National Forest due to damage from a land slide.
US-259 is closed at the Red River due to flooding-related damage on both the Oklahoma and Texas sides of the Red River bridge. Drivers must find an alternate route traveling into Texas.
I-35 is narrowed to one lane in each direction near US-77/Turner Falls (mile marker 51), south of Davis, while repairs are made to stabilize the rock face near the interstate. Drivers should continue to expect delays in the upcoming weeks and consider using US-81 or US-69 as alternate routes.
SH-102 is open to only local traffic between SH-9 and SH-59B as crews repair damage to surface and drainage areas of the highway. The roadway may reopen within a week.
US-271 is open to one lane south of Clayton as a contractor continues making repairs to shore up severe erosion after heavy rains in May damaged both the roadway and the road bed. Permanent repairs are expected to take up to eight weeks to complete.
Out-of-state road conditions:
Arkansas 800-245-1672 www.idrivearkansas.com
Colorado 303-639-1111 www.cotrip.org
Kansas 866-511-5368 511.ksdot.org
Missouri 888-275-6636 www.modot.org
New Mexico 800-432-4269 www.nmroads.com
Texas 800-452-9292 www.drivetexas.org