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Plan Ahead for I-40 Corridor Construction and Delays


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I-40 resurfacing and bridge rehabilitation near Clinton – Custer Co.

Impact to Traffic

  • I-40 is narrowed to one lane in each direction between I-40 Business/Gary Blvd. (mm 65) in Clinton and Stafford Rd. (mm 57) near Foss through early 2021
  • The speed limit is reduced through the work zone. 


About the Project

  • The $8.6 million contract was awarded to Caswell Contracting, Inc., of Elk City.  
  • Project includes resurfacing of more than five miles of I-40 pavement along with bridge rehabilitation.
  • The project began in April 2020 and is expected to complete in early 2021

 

 

I-40 ramp and frontage road reconstruction in Weatherford – Custer Co.

Impact to Traffic

  • The eastbound I-40 on-ramp from Main St. (mm 82) in Weatherford will be intermittently closed through spring 2021
  • The speed limit is reduced through the work zone. 


About the Project

  • The more than $2 million contract was awarded to Sewell Bros, Inc., of Oklahoma City.
  • Project includes on-ramp and frontage road construction on I-40 at Main St. in Weatherford.
  • The project began in August 2020 and is expected to complete in spring 2021.

 

 

I-40 interchange construction in Yukon – Canadian Co.

Impact to Traffic

  • Drivers can expect workers and equipment near the roadway on I-40 just west of Garth Brooks Blvd. (near mm 135) in Yukon. Future I-40 lane closures will be announced as work progresses.
  • Frisco Rd. will be closed between 10th St. and Vandament Ave. and N.W. 23rd St. will be closed to thru-traffic from Richland Rd. and Frisco Rd from Sept. 10 through summer 2021.
  • The speed limit is reduced through the work zone. 


About the Project

  • The $14 million contract was awarded to Sherwood Construction Co., of Tulsa
  • Project includes construction of a new interchange at Frisco Rd. in partnership with the City of Yukon and the Federal Highway Administration
  • The project began in September 2020 and is expected to complete in summer 2021.

 

 

I-40 bridge reconstruction near Sunnylane Rd.in Del City - Oklahoma Co.

Impact to Traffic

  • I-40 is narrowed two lanes in each direction between Sunnylane Rd. (mm 155) and Hudiburg Dr. (mm 156B) in Del City.
  • In general, eastbound and westbound I-40 will be narrowed to two lanes in this area.
  • On- and off-ramps will be affected intermittently throughout the 2.5-year-long project with some ramps closed several weeks at a time.
  • The speed limit is reduced in the work zone.


About the Project

  • The nearly $80 million contract was awarded to Manhattan Road and Bridge Co. of Tulsa
  • Six new bridges and approaches are planned on eastbound and westbound I-40 at Crutcho Creek, S.E. 15th St. and Sooner Rd. in Del City.
  • The bridges will be widened to accommodate a fourth lane in each direction and built taller to bring them to modern bridge standards.
  • Work began in late summer 2020 and continues through 2023.

 

 

I-40 pavement rehabilitation near Okemah - Okfuskee Co.

Impact to Traffic

  • I-40 is narrowed to one lane in each direction between Clearview Rd. (mm 227) and US-62 West/SH-27 (mm 221) in Okemah through 2021
  • The speed limit is reduced in the work zone

 

About the Project

  • The nearly $18 million contract was awarded to Haskell Lemon Construction Co., of Oklahoma City
  • Project includes rehabilitation of nearly six miles of asphalt pavement on eastbound I-40
  • Work began in winter 2020 and continues through summer 2021

 

 

 

I-40 pavement & bridge rehabilitation near Checotah - McIntosh Co.

Impact to Traffic

  • I-40 is narrowed to one lane in each direction at US-69 Business/Broadway St. (mm 265) near Checotah through early 2021.
  • The westbound I-40 off-ramp to US-69B is detoured to US-69.
  • The speed limit is reduced in the work zone.


About the Project

  • The nearly $16 million contract was awarded to Oklahoma Bridge Company, Inc. of Edmond
  • Project includes pavement and bridge rehabilitation at US-69 Business and Union Pacific Railroad bridges

 

 

I-40 pavement & bridge rehabilitation between Gore & Vian - Sequoyah Co.

Impact to Traffic

  • I-40 is narrowed to one lane in each direction between SH-10/Carlile Rd. (mm 291) near Gore and SH-82 (mm 297) near Vian through spring 2021
  • The speed limit is reduced in the work zone


About the Project

  • The nearly $37 million contract was awarded to Duit Construction, Co., of Oklahoma City
  • Project includes pavement and bridge rehabilitation at SH-82 and the Little Vian Creek and Big Vian Creek bridges
  • Work began in fall 2019 and continues through spring 2021.

 

 

I-40 interchange, bridge reconstruction in Sallisaw - Sequoyah Co.

Impact to Traffic

  • I-40 is narrowed to one lane in each direction between US-64 (mm 311)  and just east of US-59 (mm 308) in Sallisaw through early 2021
  • The speed limit is reduced in the work zone


About the Project

  • The $42 million contract was awarded to Sherwood Construction, of Tulsa
  • The project will replace or rehabilitate ten bridges on I-40 from the US-64 interchange to just east of the US-59 junction. Pavement will also be reconstructed and ramps will be widened to improve merging points at the I-40/US-64 interchange.
  • Work began in early 2019 and continues through early 2021.

 

I-40 pavement maintenance near Roland - Sequoyah Co.

Impact to Traffic

  • Drivers can expect various lane closures on east and westbound I-40 between US-64 (mm 325) near Roland and SH-64D (mm 330) at the Arkansas state line through early 2021
  • The speed limit is reduced in the work zone.


About the Project

  • The $685,000 contract was awarded to Scodeller Construction, of Wixom, Mich.
  • The project will seal concrete pavement joints on six miles of I-40.
  • Work began in fall 2020 and continues through early 2021

 


Learn about future I-40 improvements scheduled in ODOT's Eight-Year Construction Work Plan

Last Modified on Mar 02, 2021
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