Virtual open house now online for proposed SH-100 improvements in Adair County
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is hosting a virtual open house to provide updates on a proposed improvement project on SH-100 in Adair County.
The current segment of SH-100 between Stillwell and the Cherokee County line is narrow with sharp curves, has limited sight distance and also deteriorating pavement in some areas. The project would improve the safety and traffic flow of SH-100 for six miles by widening part of the current roadway and constructing a new roadway segment between County Roads NS-4670 and NS-4690.
Due to COVID-19 precautions, this presentation is a web-based public viewing format with no in-person meetings scheduled.
The virtual open house will allow the public to view the project’s most recent design, results of environmental studies and to submit input.
The project is expected to go to bid in FFY2024.
SH-100 virtual public meeting
Available through May 3, 2021
Members of the public can visit www.odot.org/SH100Adair to view a presentation, map, video and other materials about the proposal and submit their comments through May 3. Those without internet access can contact the ODOT Environmental Programs Division at 200 N.E. 21st St., Ste. 3-D2a, Oklahoma City, OK 73105 or call 405-325-3269.