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Source: US State of Oklahoma

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I-35 ramps, lanes close in Moore Thursday night, Friday morning
The following ramp and lane closures will impact I-35 traffic between SH-37/S. Fourth St. (mm 117) and S. 19th St. (mm 116) in Moore Thursday night and early Friday morning for guardrail repairs:
The right lane of northbound I-35 will be closed between S. 19th St. (mm 116) and SH-37/S. Fourth St. (mm 117) from 9 p.m. to midnight Thursday. No ramps will be impacted during this closure.
The northbound I-35 on-ramp from SH-37/Fourth St. will be closed from midnight Thursday to 3 a.m. Friday. Traffic will be detoured north to the northbound on-ramp at N. 12th St.
The right lane of northbound I-35 will be closed between SH-37/S. Fourth St. (mm 117) and N. 12th St. (mm 118) from midnight Thursday to 3 a.m. Friday.
The right lane of southbound I-35 will be closed between N. 12th St. and SH-37/S. Fourth St. from 3 a.m. to 5 a.m. Friday.
I-35 ramp closes at S.E. 15th; I-35 lanes narrow Thursday
The northbound I-35 off-ramp to S.E. 15th St. (mm 125B) will be closed and northbound I-35 will be narrowed between S.E. 15th St. (mm 125B) and the I-40 Dallas Junction (mm 126) from 8 p.m. Thursday to 6 a.m. Friday for ongoing sign installation.
Oklahoma City Blvd. closes at Robinson Ave. through Oct. 1
Oklahoma City Blvd. will be closed between Robinson Ave. and Harvey Ave. through Oct. 1 for upcoming events in the area. For more information, call the City of Oklahoma City at (405) 297-2535.OKC Boulevard is open but additional work continuesEven though the new Oklahoma City Boulevard between E.K. Gaylord Blvd./Shields Ave. and just east of Klein Ave., near Western Ave. has opened, temporary lane closures are expected through mid-October for additional incidental work to complete the project. Drivers are urged to pay close attention to signage and should plan extra travel time in the area.
The following closures and lane impacts are scheduled through mid-October:
Sheridan Ave. is open between Classen Blvd. and Western Ave., but remains narrowed for striping work.
Harvey Ave. is not accessible from the Oklahoma City Boulevard due to ongoing work at this intersection;
Oklahoma City Boulevard drivers permanently cannot turn left at Reno Ave. Motorists may turn left at Walker Ave. to access the boulevard; and
Exchange Ave. is permanently only accessible from eastbound Reno Ave. Exchange Ave. can be accessed from S.W. Third St. to access businesses between Reno Ave. and S.W. Third St.
Ongoing Construction Projects:
I-235/I-44 interchange work continues through 2021; expect lane and ramp shifts
Drivers should be alert to the following traffic impacts in the I-235/US-77 construction zone at I-44 for ongoing reconstruction and widening that continues through 2021:
Motorists should be alert to changing conditions including lane shifts, narrowed lanes and workers along I-235 between N. 50th St. and N. 63rd St. Northbound and southbound I-235 will remain open to two lanes in each direction during peak commute hours, but may narrow to one lane some nights and weekends.
Two lanes of I-235/US-77 in each direction are significantly shifted through fall. Motorists should be vigilant for new traffic patterns and movements and shorter merge distances at the on- and off-ramps.
East and westbound I-44 is narrowed between Lincoln Blvd. (mm 128A) and Western Ave. (mm 126) through fall 2019, speed limit is reduced.
The northbound I-235 off-ramp to N. 50th St. (mm 4A) is narrowed to one lane and Santa Fe Ave. is closed between N.E. 50th St. and N.E. 51st St. through early winter 2019 for intersection modification as part of an ongoing project. Motorists are advised to use an alternate route.
Motorists also should expect intermittent ramp closures throughout the project.
Motorists are reminded to use their Off Broadway alternate routes such as I-40, I-44, SH-74/Lake Hefner Parkway and Martin Luther King Ave. More information:
I-35 off-ramp at I-44 narrowed; I-35, I-44 narrowed through October
East and westbound I-44 are narrowed to two lanes between I-35 and M.L. King Ave. and the right lane of southbound I-35 at Wilshire Blvd. (mm 134) will be closed for an ongoing bridge rehabilitation project on the M.L. King Ave. bridge through October. This project is adjacent to the I-235/I-44 interchange reconstruction and I-35 bridge reconstruction south of I-44 at Deep Fork Creek. Drivers should locate an alternate route or expect significant delays.
I-35 narrows south of I-44 over Deep Fork Creek through 2020
The following closures can be expected on north and southbound I-35 over Deep Fork Creek between the I-44 interchange (mm 133) and N.E. 50th St. (mm 132A) for a bridge reconstruction project that will continue through early 2020:
Southbound I-35 lanes will shift at N.E 63rd St. through 2019.
Southbound I-35 E. Frontage Rd. will be narrowed to one lane from N.E. 63rd St. to N.E. 50th St. through early 2020.
Southbound I-35 on-ramp from E. Frontage Rd. at Bryant Ave. is closed.
Northbound I-35 is narrowed to two lanes between N.E. 50th St. (mm 132A) and the I-44 interchange (mm 133) through early 2020.
Alternate route options include SH-74/Lake Hefner Parkway and I-44.
I-35 lanes shift near S. 19th St. in Moore through fall 2019I-35 lanes are currently shifted between S. 19th St. (mm 116) and Indian Hills Rd. (mm 114) as part of construction of the new S.W. 34th St. bridge over I-35. Other traffic impacts include:
The east and west I-35 service roads will be intermittently closed at S.W. 34th St. in Moore from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on weekdays through October. Drivers must use an alternate route.
S.W. 34th St. will be closed to through traffic at Telephone Rd. through October 2019.
More info: 
I-40 work continues between I-240 and Peebly Rd. through spring 2020
Drivers should be alert to narrowed lanes on east and westbound I-40 between I-240 (mm 165) and Peebly Rd. (mm 169) as part of ongoing widening and interchange reconstruction at Choctaw Rd. (mm 166) continuing through spring 2020. Motorists can expect two lanes open in each direction during peak commute times. More information: This work zone is adjacent to an Oklahoma Turnpike Authority work zone on I-40 between Peebly Rd. (mm 169) and Harrah-Newalla Rd. (mm 172). For information on this project, contact the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority at 405-425-3600 or visit
I-40 lanes shifted, service road narrowed at SH-4/Mustang Rd. through fall 2019 for turnpike project
The following traffic impacts are a part of an Oklahoma Turnpike Authority project:
Westbound SH-152/Airport Rd. is narrowed to one lane between Council Rd. and S.W. 59th St. and the westbound SH-152 off-ramp to Council Rd. has shifted to the east. Drivers should use caution as traffic adjusts to the new configuration.
East and westbound I-40 lanes are shifted between SH-4/Mustang Rd. (mm 138) and Morgan Rd. (mm 140) and the eastbound and westbound I-40 collector road is narrowed to one lane between SH-4/Mustang Rd. (mm 138) and the John Kilpatrick Turnpike (mm 139) through fall 2019.
For more information, contact the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority at 405-425-3600 or visit
SH-3/N.W. Expressway narrows at SH-74/Lake Hefner Pkwy nightly through November
SH-3/N.W. Expressway will be narrowed to one lane in each direction between SH-74/Lake Hefner Pkwy and Hefner Rd. from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. nightly Sunday to Friday through November for a resurfacing project.
SH-3/N.W. Expressway narrows at US-81 near Okarche through early winter 2019
SH-3/N.W. Expressway is narrowed to one lane in each direction at the US-81 junction just south of Okarche through early winter 2019 for a bridge rehabilitation project. Northwest-bound motorists may use the access road to detour to southbound US-81. Motorists should expect delays and be prepared for lane shifts throughout the project.
Britton Rd. traffic shifted at Pennsylvania Ave. in The Village through late fall 2019
Britton Rd. remains narrowed to one lane for westbound only traffic between Pennsylvania Ave. and May Ave. in The Village for ongoing construction. May Ave. traffic will not be able to turn east onto Britton Rd. until the project completes. Drivers should expect delays as traffic adjusts and should use the detour options of Wilshire Blvd. or Hefner Rd. 
Britton Rd. businesses will have at least one access point open at all times during construction. The speed limit is reduced in the work zone and motorists are urged to use extra caution in the area. For more information, call the City of The Village at 405-751-8861.
N.W. 178th St. closed at SH-74 through mid-October
N.W. 178th St./Edmond Rd. is closed to the east and west at the intersection with SH-74 through mid-October as part of an ongoing widening project. A local detour is signed and includes the following:
For westbound N.W. 178th St. traffic: Continue northbound on SH-74 then turn westbound N.W. 192nd St./Danforth Rd. then southbound on Meridian Ave.
For eastbound N.W. 178th St. traffic: Continue northbound on SH-74 then turn eastbound N.W. 192nd St./Danforth Rd. then southbound on May Ave.
SH-74 lanes shifted at N.W. 164th St. through fall 2019
North and southbound SH-74 is shifted between N.W. 164th St. and N.W. 206th St./Covell Rd. Motorists can expect intermittent delays and congestion and the project is scheduled to complete in late summer 2019. More information:
Lincoln Blvd. ramp to N.E. 21st St., Stiles Ave. closed through September
The southbound Lincoln Blvd. exit ramp to N.E. 21st St. is closed through September for utility work. Southbound Stiles Ave. is closed at N.E. 21st St., preventing left turns onto N.E. 21st St. from Stiles Ave. and eastbound N.E. 21st St. is narrowed to one lane between Central Ave. and Stiles Ave. through September as part of an ongoing utilities project. All parking lot entrances and exits will remain accessible.
Sidewalk construction continues on SH-66/Main St. in Yukon through fall 2019
Drivers can expect various lane closures on SH-66/Main St. between Cornwell Dr. and Yukon Parkway through fall 2019 for ongoing sidewalk construction. For more information, contact the City of Yukon at 405-354-1895.