Perkins Road, Sixth Street lanes to shift in Stillwater

Team Radio Marketing Group - September 12, 2017 3:53 pm

Motorists can expect northbound and southbound US-177 (Perkins Road) lanes to shift Thursday and remain narrowed to one lane in each direction between Hall of Fame Ave. and 12th Avenue in Stillwater as part of ongoing reconstruction at the SH-51 (Sixth Street) intersection.

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says eastbound and westbound SH-51 (Sixth Street) lanes are expected to shift early next week and remain narrowed to one lane in each direction between the Stillwater Central Railroad crossing and the US-177 (Perkins Road) intersection.

All lanes of SH-51 and US-177 are scheduled to open to traffic by 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, in time for the Oklahoma State University home football game against TCU on Sept. 23.

Intermittent lane closures can be expected Monday, Sept. 25, through fall 2017 while final details of the project are completed.

The $7.4 million contract was awarded in July 2016 to Duit Construction Co. Inc. and TTK Construction Co.


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