Tulsa Capital Improvements Project Breakdown: Proposition 3 street, bridge construction repair bonds

TULSA - What exactly is the $355,000,000 question on the Nov. 12 ballot?

Proposition 3 of Improve our Tulsa focuses on the $355 million in bonds to provide funds for the purpose of building, rebuilding, improving and repairing streets and bridges.

Combined with the $563.7 million Proposition 2, the two make up the $918 million capital improvements project. See the breakdown of Prop 2 here http://bit.ly/impcap2

There are four projects under the proposition; Arterial Street Rehabilitation and Citywide Projects, Non-Arterial Rehabilitation and Citywide Projects, Bridges - Replacement and Rehabilitation Programs, Bond Issuance Costs.

BREAKDOWN OF THE PROJECTS

Arterial Street Rehabilitation and Citywide Projects, there are 24 including 19 street projects, sidewalk improvements and preventative maintenance -- $56,602,000

Non-Arterial Rehabilitation and Citywide Projects, there are 64 including 61 maintenance zones across the city, sidewalk improvements, and preventative maintenance -- $190,666,000

Bridges - Replacement and Rehabilitation Programs, there are 3 -- $882,000

-- Bridge No. 189 located at 4700 N. Iroquois Ave -- $140,000

-- Bridge No. 298 located at 2100 E. 61st St -- $700,000

-- Bridge No. 323B located at 12000 E. 21st -- $42,000

Bond Issuance Costs -- $350,000

Click http://bit.ly/prop3tulsa to see an itemized list of the projects and the estimated cost of each.

GO TO WWW.KJRH.COM/VOTE FOR MORE ON THE NOVEMBER 12 ELECTION INCLUDING THE RACE FOR MAYOR OF TULSA.

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