Large construction project along the IDL kicks off Monday | Local News
From staff reports
Commuters to downtown Tulsa may have to use alternate routes to work from Monday as a $ 26 million resurfacing project begins on the Indoor Scatter Loop, the Ministry of Human Rights said on Friday. Oklahoma Transportation.
The project will begin Monday with the southern tracks of the eastern portion of the interior dispersal loop along US 75 closing that section of the IDL as well as several ramps. The southern lanes are expected to be closed until spring 2022, ODOT spokesman TJ Gerlach said.
Gerlach said the northern lanes of the eastern part of the IDL will close after the southern lanes are completed in 2022.
The eastern part of the IDL will be rebuilt with all new pavements, barriers and lighting as part of the project, which is expected to be completed in early 2023, ODOT said.
The Archer Street, 8th Street and 11th Street bridges will also be rehabilitated.
Motorists should expect significant delays on all downtown road corridors, especially during rush hours, while the project is underway, ODOT said.
Various ramp closures are included as part of the first phase. The traffic will detour through the other legs of the IDL.
West I-244 South US-75
East I-244 South US-75