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Roads in Osage County proposed millions of dollars as part of Improve Our Tulsa

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Posted at 10:34 AM, Nov 05, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-05 11:34:55-05

TULSA, Okla. — With roads being the focal point of the November 12 Improve Our Tulsa renewal vote, voters in Osage county (City of Tulsa District One) are proposed to get several millions of dollars in road repairs.

If the Improve Our Tulsa renewal is passed,streets and transportation throughout Tulsa would receive $427 million for improvements, with nearly $360 million going to street maintenance, rehabilitation, and widening.

The map of road improvement projects shows several projects in the northwest corner of Tulsa, including rehabbing residential streets and widening main roads.

The most expensive project on the map is a proposed widening of Gilcrease Museum Rd from Pine St to Admiral Blvd.

One year ago, Tulsa roads were ranked fifth-worst in the country, because of the thousands of dollars drivers have to pay for average maintenance costs due to bumpy roads.

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