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On the road again

Initially discussed in 1996 as part of the Interstate 40 crosstown relocation, the would-be boulevard could take shape as a landscaped, four-lane, tree-lined gateway into and out of the downtown area, if city officials have their way. Oklahoma City Council recommended to ODOT — the agency responsible for the project — a boulevard option that

On the road again

Initially discussed in 1996 as part of the Interstate 40 crosstown relocation, the would-be boulevard could take shape as a landscaped, four-lane, tree-lined gateway into and out of the downtown area, if city officials have their way. Oklahoma City Council recommended to ODOT — the agency responsible for the project — a boulevard option that

Bumpy road

Construction of the $30 million, federally funded boulevard is the final phase in the state Department of Transportation’s Interstate 40 Crosstown realignment. On completion of the project in 2014, ownership will be transferred to the city. In response to concerns about the planned elevation, ODOT last summer enlisted a consultant firm, Stantec, to look at

Bumpy road

Construction of the $30 million, federally funded boulevard is the final phase in the state Department of Transportation’s Interstate 40 Crosstown realignment. On completion of the project in 2014, ownership will be transferred to the city. In response to concerns about the planned elevation, ODOT last summer enlisted a consultant firm, Stantec, to look at

Street fight

The public reviewed boulevardoptions at a recent town meeting. Credit: Mark Hancock The recommendation was the topic of a public meeting Dec. 3. Officials from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the city’s public works department heard representatives from Stantec explain their process and findings. The company was hired by the city in September

Street fight

The public reviewed boulevardoptions at a recent town meeting. Credit: Mark Hancock The recommendation was the topic of a public meeting Dec. 3. Officials from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the city’s public works department heard representatives from Stantec explain their process and findings. The company was hired by the city in September

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