ODOT: Several roads closed across Oklahoma due to flooding

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation has announced the closing of roads in several counties Saturday due to flooding.

FLOODING: Highway Closures Alert as of 1 p.m. Saturday.
The following highways are impacted by high water or flooding:
GRANT COUNTY
SH-11 is closed at Pond Creek, Osage Creek and Cottonwood Creek about 7 miles west of Medford.

CHEROKEE COUNTY
SH-80 is closed five miles south of SH-51 between Hulbert and Fort Gibson.

MCINTOSH COUNTY
SH-9 is closed between the Indian Nations Turnpike and SH-52.

PITTSBURG COUNTY
US-270 one half mile west of the Indian Nations Turnpike.

SH-63 from Haileyville west to Bache Rd.

ATOKA COUNTY
SH-131 6 miles west of US-69.
SH-31 west of McAlester from the industrial park to Haywood.

OKMULGEE COUNTY
US-75 is now OPEN at the railroad underpass between 10th and 13th streets in the City of Okmulgee
SH-16 is now OPEN at the railroad underpass in Beggs.

OKFUSKEE COUNTY
SH-48 is closed one mile south of I-40 at the Canadian River bridge.

JOHNSTON COUNTY
SH-4A a half mile north of Milburn.

COTTON COUNTY
SH-5B near Temple.

REMEMBER:
• Use caution in work zones as lanes already may be narrowed with little room to correct errors;
• Use caution if you see pooled water as other drivers may cause sprays when hitting these areas;
• Don't drive around barricades if roadway is closed; and
• If you see high water, do not enter and turn around.

To check CURRENT ROAD CONDITIONS in Oklahoma, call
ODOT's ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE at 844-4OK-HWYS (844-465-4997)
or go to www.okroads.org. For turnpike information, call the
Oklahoma Turnpike Authority at 877-403-7623 or go to www.pikepass.com.


 

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