TULSA --Several street projects are underway around Tulsa which could cause some traffic delays.
City of Tulsa crews will start repaving Lewis Avenue at 33rd Street after they dug a hole to replace a water pipe.
They started repairing the 24-inch pipe on Saturday after a water main break. According to a city employee, about 30 residents in the area were without water until Sunday night.
The four-lane road has been reduced to two lanes going north and southbound on Lewis while repairs are finished. Repavement is scheduled to start on Monday morning and expected to be finished by Tuseday afternoon.
The intersection at 21st and Lewis is also undergoing construction, along with repairs underway at 41st and Harvard. Both of those projects are expected to be completed by the summer.
The city wants to remind drivers to pay attention to all the construction zones to avoid accidents.
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