Local & Regional
Mon November 8, 2010
By KWGS News
Oklahoma City, OK – The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will spend 11-and a half-million dollars to smooth out the I-44 and Broken Arrow expressway interchange. The plans approved by the O-Dot commissioners yesterday will widen the I-44 in the area. Work will get underway in the winter and it will take almost a year to wrap-up.
The commissioners also approved spending another two-point-three million to repair four Tulsa area expressway bridges.