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ODOT seeks virtual public comments for SH-74 at I-35 Goldsby project

Monday, October 10, 2022

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is offering a virtual open house to present information on a future project to replace the SH-74 bridge at I-35 in Goldsby in McClain Co. The proposed project accommodates future plans to widen I-35 to a six-lane facility and brings the interchange to modern standards. Comments are due online by Oct. 31.

ODOT tasked a design consultant to develop and analyze alternative options for the new bridge design while considering construction, right-of-way and utility costs as well as environmental constraints. The public is asked to provide feedback on five design alternatives and two ramp options. 

In the online open house under the menu tab Proposed Alternatives, viewers will find short videos detailing the design options, which include the bridge over I-35, a new intersection at the SH-74/I-35 southbound ramps and west frontage road and a new intersection at SH-74 and Airport Rd. Other options include realigning Airport Rd., modifying the existing roundabout and possibly adding a second roundabout. Comment also will be considered for possibly redesigning ramps at I-35 and N. Adkins Hill Rd. to move them just north to Burr Oak Rd. For a comparison of all the options, look under the Matrix menu tab.

SH-74 bridge over I-35, Goldsby, McClain Co.
Virtual Open House

Oct. 10-Oct. 31

All project materials will be made available online at Written comments concerning this project may be submitted by Oct. 31 in one of the following ways:

  • Online at at under Submit a Comment;
  • By mail to the Environmental Programs Division Engineer, Oklahoma Department of Transportation, 200 N.E. 21st St., Oklahoma City, OK, 73105; or 
  • By email to

Questions and comments may be directed to the ODOT Environmental Programs Division at 405-325-3269 or Those without internet access may contact the ODOT Environmental Programs Division to request project information and submit comments by Oct. 31. Those who need translation services may contact the ADA coordinator at 405-521-4140 or email

Last Modified on Oct 10, 2022
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