TULSA - There's a mix of good news and bad news for drivers on Tulsa area roads this week.
Starting with the bad news, Peoria is shut down now at 61st Street.
It will stay closed for about two weeks while crews work on a sewer line there.
Drivers are detoured onto Riverside.
It's part of the larger project to widen 61st between Peoria and Riverside.
The entire project is scheduled to be finished in March.
Now the good news for drivers, Tulsa's first modern roundabout is open for traffic downtown.
Its at 10th and Elgin in front of the Home Depot.
Elgin Avenue there, which had been closed for months is also open.
The roundabout is part of a 2.6 million dollar street improvement project that included two other intersections, 11th and Peoria and 6th and Peoria.
Meanwhile a reminder, the eastbound lanes of the southwest leg of the IDL have re-opened.
Crews repaired the damage that truck caused when it hit the bridge there.
All lanes of 3rd Street under the I-244 bridge there have now reopened as well.
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