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The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) proposed to construct the Oklahoma City Boulevard as the local access component of the I-40 Crosstown realignment. As approved in the original Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the I-40 Crosstown realignment, the Boulevard would be constructed on the existing right-of-way of the old I-40 facility extending from the I-235 Interchange to west to tie into the new I-40 alignment.
In response to input received, ODOT & FHWA are reevaluating the Oklahoma City Boulevard concept in an environmental assessment.
As part of our efforts to keep the public informed of this project and involved in the decision process, ODOT has scheduled a public meeting. This meeting will include a presentation about the Environmental Review Process that is ongoing, the purpose and need for the project, goals and objectives, and alternatives being considered.
The purpose of this meeting The purpose of this project is to construct the final phase of the I-40 Crosstown relocation project by reestablishing connectivity to the Downtown Central Business District with a low speed Major Collector street known as the “Oklahoma City Boulevard”.
The purpose of this project The purpose for the meeting is to obtain information from the public to further assist in the identification of critical social, economic and environmental effects that may result from the project.