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Bridge rehabilitation project starts Dec. 7 at I-44/Broken Arrow Expressway junction in Tulsa

Friday, December 04, 2020

A $1 million project to rehabilitate the US-64/SH-51 (Broken Arrow Expressway) bridge over I-44 is scheduled to begin Monday, Dec. 7 in Tulsa. Drivers are urged to start planning ahead for extra travel times in both these corridors.

The project includes repairs to the substructure and preventative maintenance to the bridge joints and deck. Work is expected to take place during nights and weekends, with traffic narrowed to one lane in each direction on both I-44 and the Broken Arrow Expressway at the interchange. Significant delays can be expected during these times, and drivers should be alert to slowed traffic.

The overall project is expected to complete in late February 2021, weather permitting.

Lane closures will be announced on the daily Tulsa Traffic Advisory. Drivers can sign up for these advisories at the "Stay Connected" section of and selecting the "Tulsa Metro" option.

Last Modified on Dec 04, 2020