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SH-20 improvements in Rogers County to be discussed Feb. 23

Thursday, February 16, 2017

SH-20 improvements in Rogers County to be discussed Feb. 23

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is hosting a public meeting on Thursday, Feb. 23 in Claremore to discuss proposed improvements for a segment of SH-20.

Currently, SH-20 is routed through downtown Claremore and has connection points with SH-88, SH-66 and also railroad crossings all within one mile. As a way to ease some of the heavy congestion in this area, the Department is considering a new route for SH-20, taking it south from Franklin Rd. (NS-411) and connecting it with SH-66 along Flint/King Road.

The goal of this public meeting is to update the public on the proposal and to gather input to help complete the required environmental studies. The project is not yet to the final design stage, so there is not a full scope at this time of properties which would be impacted. During the meeting, the proposed improvements will be shown and participants will have the opportunity to learn more about the project and ask questions. The Department currently has the project scheduled to go to bid in FFY2021.

Public Meeting for SH-20 improvements in Rogers County

Thursday, Feb. 23

6 p.m.

Claremore Conference Center

1400 County Club Drive

Those who would like to attend but find it difficult due to disability, architectural barrier or other special needs may contact Frank Roesler III, Public Involvement Officer at 405-521-2350,

Following the Open House, the information presented and comment forms will be available on ODOT's website at:

Last Modified on Oct 23, 2020
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