8 Year Construction Work Plan

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is pleased to provide the Federal Fiscal Year 2022-2029 Eight Year Construction Work Plan, which contains critical needed transportation improvement projects for our interstates, U.S. and State highways and bridges. https://oklahoma.gov/odot/programs-and-projects/8-year-construction-work-plan.html

All aboard! Go online to keep Oklahoma’s 2021 State Rail Plan development on track

A virtual open house is underway to assist the Oklahoma Department of Public Transportation in updating the State Rail Plan. Input from the public is needed to help develop the state’s long-term planning for freight and passenger rail. The State Rail Plan is updated every four years to establish policy, priorities, and implementation strategies for rail in the state. This planning document keeps inventory of all rail lines, analyzes rail…

May Transportation Commission video teleconference meeting scheduled for Monday, May 3

The Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s monthly meeting is scheduled to take place as a video teleconference at 11 a.m. Monday, May 3 due to COVID-19 precautions. Members of the public and media will be able to access the web livestream video or listen by phone by following the instructions at the bottom of this release. Items to be addressed at the meeting: Secretary of Transportation and Oklahoma Department of Transportation Executive Director Tim…

Zooming into a new year and a new $6 billion highway plan

Commission approves Eight-Year Construction Work Plan The new year will ring in a new momentum for transportation in Oklahoma, with more than 1,300 critically-needed highway construction and safety projects lined out for the next eight years. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is resolute in continuing to be a Top Ten state for good highway bridge conditions, while still facing challenges of the ongoing global pandemic. The Oklahoma Transportation Commission set…

ODOT seeks input on the I-40 Exit 65/65A interchange project in Clinton

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is inviting the public to view informational materials and submit feedback for the interchange project at I-40 and I-40 Business/Gary Blvd. and I-40 and Neptune Dr. in Clinton in Custer County. A virtual open house is live on ODOT’s website and the public may submit comments via the website, email or mail through Dec. 16. The department is considering alternatives that will reconstruct the I-40…

ODOT seeks input on US-281 Bridgeport Bridge project

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is inviting the public to view and comment on its plans to rehabilitate the US-281 Bridgeport Bridge over the South Canadian River at the Canadian and Caddo county line between Geary and Hinton just west of the Oklahoma City metro area. The bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of a nearly 18 mile-long corridor of Route 66. The project…

ODOT needs input on US-81 corridor between Minco, Union City

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation recently updated a corridor study along US-81 from north of Chickasha to south of Union City. The department is inviting the public to view and provide input on the needs and priorities for this 20-mile stretch of the US-81 corridor in Grady County. The study area looks at seven intersections along the two-lane highway including US-81 and SH-152/SH-37 and US-81 at SH-37/Main St. in Minco.…

ODOT 5310 Townhall Update

5310 Townhall Update Dear Transportation Stakeholders, Please join the ODOT Office of Mobility & Public Transit for one of four Regional Telephone town hall calls regarding the FTA 5310 Program and the development of Regional Human Services Transportation Coordination Plans that are required by the federal program. ODOT will host four telephone town hall calls– one for each of the four regions detailed on the maps below. Please participate only…

Public asked to give additional input, take survey on future transportation priorities

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is inviting the public to weigh in on its 25-year plan for transportation priorities. Over the past year, the 2020-2045 Long Range Transportation Plan has been developed with input from the public and stakeholders and ODOT is now presenting a summary for final review and public comment at www.oklongrangeplan.org. Rather than a list of specific projects, the plan focuses on overall transportation priorities and goals…