PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE for US-64 in Pawnee County, OK
This PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE was held at the Pawnee City Hall in Pawnee on Tuesday, January 10th, 2017.
ALL COMMENTS NEED TO BE RECEIVED BY THE END OF BUSINESS ON THE 24th OF JANUARY, 2017 .
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ODOT Environmental Programs Division
OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
200 N.E. 21st Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-3204
The purpose of this meeting is to inform the public and solicit comments regarding the Department’s proposed improvements to US-64 in Pawnee County from the SH-18 junction, extending east approximately 6.5 miles to 1/4 mile east of NS-3540 (Skedee Road).
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is planning improvements to US-64 in Pawnee County from SH-18, extending east approximately 6.5 miles to 1/4 mile east of NS-3540 (Skedee Road). The existing highway through this extent consists of a two-lane undivided highway with no shoulders. The current traffic on this highway segment is 1,500 vehicles per day (vpd) with a 2036 projected traffic volume of 2,100 vpd, with 15% heavy trucks. Due to the condition of the existing pavement and safety concerning steep grades, limited sight distance and substandard horizontal and vertical curves, this portion of US-64 is planned for reconstruction of the pavement, changes to the alignment and the addition of shoulders. The purpose of the project is to improve safety on this segment of US-64.
The 2.5 mile portion of SH-266 from US-169 to the beginning of this project was let for construction in September of 2015. The purpose of this public meeting is to present the proposed design, results of the environmental studies and obtain input to aid ODOT in moving forward with the completion of the environmental document, design, and subsequent construction.
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