Virtual open house now online for Duncan Bypass improvements at Elk Ave. in Stephens County
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is hosting a virtual open house to provide information and gather public input on future improvements to the intersection of the Duncan Bypass and Elk Ave., on the west side of Duncan in Stephens County. The department is proposing construction of a full interchange at the Duncan Bypass and Elk Ave., with a bridge and on- and off-ramps replacing the existing at-grade intersection.
The virtual open house will allow members of the public to view information about the project, including maps and a construction timeline, and give feedback on the alternatives.
Duncan Bypass Virtual Open House
Available through April 26
The public can visit www.odot.org/DuncanBypass to view project materials and submit comments to ODOT through April 26. There is no in-person meeting scheduled for this project.
Interchange construction at the Duncan Bypass and Elk Ave. is included in ODOT’s Eight-Year Construction Work Plan and currently scheduled to go bid in Federal Fiscal Year 2025.
Questions and comments may be directed to the ODOT Environmental Programs Division at 405-325-3269 or email@example.com. Those without internet access may contact the ODOT Environmental Programs Division at 200 N.E. 21st St., Ste. 3-D2a, Oklahoma City, OK 73105 or call 405-325-3269 to request project information.