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I-40 at Exit 64 Interchange at Gary Boulevard

Custer Co • Clinton

Public Meeting

Where When
Frisco Conference Center
101South 4thStreet
Clinton, OK 73601 (Map)
Thursday,February 28, 2019
Public Meetingformat
6:00 p.m.

 

Purpose:

The purpose of this public meeting is to present information about the project and obtain information from the public to further assist in the identification of critical social, economic, and environmental effects that may result from the project.

Description:

Project Location

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is proposing improvements to I-40 between S. 28th Street and Neptune Drive, including the I-40 & Gary Boulevard interchange (Exit 65) in the City of Clinton, Custer County, Oklahoma (see attached map). The existing interchange includes on- and off-ramps in close proximity, and the current ramp configuration is contributing to traffic flow issues at the Gary Blvd./Lexington/Oliver intersection. The existing interchange also lacks eastbound access to I-40.In addition, the City of Clinton is continuing to experience commercial growth, which is anticipated to generate future traffic volumes beyond the capacity of the existing interchange and adjacent intersections.

The purpose of this project is to improve safety and traffic operations and improve mobility in the I-40 corridor. ODOT completed a study of six initial alternatives and held a public meeting on May 24, 2016. In response to public feedback, ODOT has tasked a new consultant to look at additional alternatives for improving I-40 and the Gary Boulevard interchange while taking into consideration construction costs, right-of-way and utility costs, and environmental constraints.

Comments:

ALL COMMENTS NEED TO BE RECEIVED BY THE END OF BUSINESS ON MARCH 14, 2019

 

Submit Online: COMMENT FORM - ENGLISH

COMMENT FORM - SPANISH

NOTE: To submit this Comment Form by email please download the form. Use your Adobe Reader to fill in your information and leave your comment, then select the Submit by Email button. You can also fill in the downloaded form and send it as an email attachment if you are on a public computer, or email your comments to environment@odot.org. If you do not currently have an Adobe Reader, you can download a free copy at https://get.adobe.com/reader/.

Address:
ODOT Environmental Programs Division
OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
200 N.E. 21stStreet
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-3204

Contact:

Mr. Brent Almquist
ODOT District 5 Engineer
(580) 323-1431
environment@odot.org

 

Ms.Kirsten McCullough
Garver

Environmental Project Manager
(918) 250-5922
kjmccullough@garverusa.com

 

 

Last Modified on Feb 08, 2021
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