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Re: Oklahoma Highways | Small projects and construction
« Reply #175 on: June 30, 2023, 08:47:54 AM »

Mods, just a suggestion, but maybe this thread should be merged with the pinned Oklahoma thread.

Anywho, US-70 over the Lake Texoma is slated to be replaced with construction starting in 2029.

Here is the project link: https://us70laketexoma.transportationplanroom.com/home
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Re: Oklahoma Highways | Small projects and construction
« Reply #176 on: June 30, 2023, 02:16:25 PM »

Mods, just a suggestion, but maybe this thread should be merged with the pinned Oklahoma thread.

Anywho, US-70 over the Lake Texoma is slated to be replaced with construction starting in 2029.

Here is the project link: https://us70laketexoma.transportationplanroom.com/home

I didn't thnk they had the funding all lined up for this. It won't be cheap.
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Re: Oklahoma Highways | Small projects and construction
« Reply #177 on: June 30, 2023, 06:00:14 PM »

Mods, just a suggestion, but maybe this thread should be merged with the pinned Oklahoma thread.

Anywho, US-70 over the Lake Texoma is slated to be replaced with construction starting in 2029.

Here is the project link: https://us70laketexoma.transportationplanroom.com/home

I didn't thnk they had the funding all lined up for this. It won't be cheap.
They claim construction starts in 2029 so Iíd assume they would have the funding but maybe itíll be pushed back knowing ODOT.
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Re: Oklahoma Highways | Small projects and construction
« Reply #178 on: July 25, 2023, 12:21:36 PM »

Mods, just a suggestion, but maybe this thread should be merged with the pinned Oklahoma thread.

Anywho, US-70 over the Lake Texoma is slated to be replaced with construction starting in 2029.

Here is the project link: https://us70laketexoma.transportationplanroom.com/home
This project has a public hearing today at 6pm(central time).
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Re: Oklahoma Highways | Small projects and construction
« Reply #179 on: July 26, 2023, 05:14:59 AM »

Mods, just a suggestion, but maybe this thread should be merged with the pinned Oklahoma thread.

Anywho, US-70 over the Lake Texoma is slated to be replaced with construction starting in 2029.

Here is the project link: https://us70laketexoma.transportationplanroom.com/home

I didn't thnk they had the funding all lined up for this. It won't be cheap.
You werenít kidding. It will be in the hundreds of millions. Probably will warrant its own thread at some point. Iím throwing my support behind alt. 4 with the 4 lane new bridge and the old one converted to a bike/pedestrian bridge. 209 million for that one.
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Re: Oklahoma Highways | Small projects and construction
« Reply #180 on: July 27, 2023, 12:58:12 PM »

Mods, just a suggestion, but maybe this thread should be merged with the pinned Oklahoma thread.

Anywho, US-70 over the Lake Texoma is slated to be replaced with construction starting in 2029.

Here is the project link: https://us70laketexoma.transportationplanroom.com/home

I didn't thnk they had the funding all lined up for this. It won't be cheap.
You werenít kidding. It will be in the hundreds of millions. Probably will warrant its own thread at some point. Iím throwing my support behind alt. 4 with the 4 lane new bridge and the old one converted to a bike/pedestrian bridge. 209 million for that one.

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Currently, ODOT is planning to begin Right-of-Way negotiations in 2025. Construction is currently programmed in 2029, but the project is not fully funded. Because of the high cost of the project, construction is dependent on ODOT identifying additional funding sources. (emphasis added)

I thought so.
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Re: Oklahoma Highways | Small projects and construction
« Reply #181 on: July 27, 2023, 03:04:43 PM »

Are we talking tolling?
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