The new website, available on the Oklahoma Department of Transportation homepage at www.odot.org, allows users to easily locate projects and related information of interest to them. Projects can be sorted by the Transportation Department's field district, by Construction Work Plan projects, Asset Preservation Plan Projects or by plan year. Projects across the state in the eight-year plan include:
Widening US-169 in Tulsa at Memorial Road;
Rehabilitation of the SH-16 bridge over the Verdigris River (McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System) in Wagoner County and an I-40 pavement improvement project in Sequoyah County;
Resurfacing of US-69/75 between Durant and Caney in Bryan and Atoka counties and replacement of the SH-31 Blue Creek bridge in Pittsburg County;
Widening I-35 to six lanes from the Red River to mile-marker 15 in Love County;
Adding shoulders to SH-8 between Cleo Springs and US-64E in Major and Alfalfa counties and adding shoulders to SH-136 between US-412 and E 70 Road in Texas County;
Adding shoulders to SH-51 between I-35 and Stillwater in Payne County and adding shoulders and resurfacing US-177 between Blackwell and Braman in Kay County.
NEW WEBSITE ACCESS: https://oklahoma.gov/odot.html