SH-74 and Waterloo Rd. Traffic Signal Installation Project
The SH-74 and Waterloo Rd. currently has signals flashing red to stop traffic on Waterloo Rd. and signals
flashing yellow to caution traffic on SH-74. The new signals will be full red, yellow and green lights for all four directions.
The following closures will affect traffic on SH-74 and Waterloo Rd. beginning at 8 a.m. Oct. 7 through early November as part of an ongoing traffic signal installation project.
- Northbound and southbound SH-74/Portland Ave. will be intermittently narrowed to one lane in each direction at Waterloo Rd.
- East and westbound Waterloo Rd. will intermittently narrowed and traffic shifted at SH-74
Drivers are encouraged to find an alternate route and use caution in the area.
- Contract awarded to Traffic Lighting Systems Inc.
- Nearly $200,000 contract
- Project is expected to complete in early November.
- Project is a partnership with Oklahoma and Logan counties, which will share ownership and maintenance costs of the signal.
With the addition of the signal at this intersection, the SH-74 corridor between Memorial Rd. and Waterloo Rd. at the Logan County line will have a signal at every intersection except N.W. 150th St., which has an overpass. Upon the completion of the SH-74 widening project between N.W. 164th St. and N.W. 206th St., the SH-74 corridor will be four lanes between Memorial Rd. and Waterloo Rd.
LEARN MORE about the project and its development at https://www.ok.gov/triton/modules/newsroom/newsroom_article.php?id=277&article_id=46557
Last Modified on 09/27/2019
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