$88 Million Going To Fix Roads, Bridges
Monday, October 8th 2007, 4:28 pm
News On 6
The Oklahoma Transportation Commission awards more than $88 million worth of contracts on Monday. One of the contracts includes fixing the piers on the I-244 bridge over the Arkansas River. The $1 million project should begin by the first of December and will take about three months.
The commission also approved a reward for the contractor who built a bridge on Highway 88 near Claremore. The company finished the bridge 30 days ahead of schedule, so it received a $150,000 bonus.
The commission also voted to speed up the repair process in the 24 counties damaged by tropical storm Erin.
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