SH-82 in Sequoyah County, Oklahoma
July 2017 Project Update
The link immediately below will update you on the progress that has been made in the design of the improvements to SH-82.
Previous Open House
|Blackgum Fire Dept. & Community Center
449458 Highway 100
Vian, OK 74962
|November 15th, 2016
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The purpose of the Virtual Open House is to present information about the proposed improvements to SH-82 in Sequoyah County and obtain information from the public to further assist in the indentification of critical social, economic, and environmental effects that may result from the project.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is proposing to improve the safety of this portion of SH-82. This section of SH-82 has sharp curves, insufficient sight distances, steep slopes, and no shoulders. These factors contribute to a high accident rate. The existing highway is a two-lane, open section, major collector facility with 11-foot wide driving lanes and no shoulders. There is a 20-foot long bridge box over the Cato Creek within extents. This segment of SH-82 is part of the Cherokee Hills Scenic Byway that begins near Gore, and ends near West Siloam Springs in Oklahoma.
The purpose of the open house is to present the alternatives being considered for the proposed improvements of SH-82 from the intersection of SH-82 and SH-100 extending east and north to just south of the Snake Creek Bridge in Sequoyah County, Oklahoma and to obtain public input to aid in selecting a preferred alternative.
The purpose of the project is to improve the safety of this segment of SH-82 with poor geometry.
ALL COMMENTS NEED TO BE RECEIVED BY THE END OF BUSINESS ON
October 18, 2020
Submit Online: Comment Form
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ODOT Environmental Programs Division
OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
200 N.E. 21st Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-3204