Motorists should dust off their "Off Broadway" detour routes as the state's largest interstate work zone will launch this month at the I-235 and I-44 interchange in Oklahoma City. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is encouraging drivers to avoid the area during the nearly two-year project.
The Kansas Department of Transportation is spending $65 million to replace the aging and deteriorating westbound section of the Lewis and Clark Viaduct on Interstate 70, which links Kansas City, Mo., and Kansas City, Kan. Built in 1962, the viaduct is a key transportation structure that stands in the middle of the Urban4 core area.
The curtain is up and I-235 in Oklahoma City is now open following the first bridge move of its kind in state history by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. The interstate was closed for nearly 60 hours to move two giant bridge spans into place and now the new BNSF railroad bridge is taking center stage in its new home above the interstate.
Rehabilitation work is currently being done on the only parallel cable suspension bridge within the state of Pennsylvania. The project involves the Philip Murray Bridge (South 10th Street) in Pittsburgh, and is under the direction of the Department of Public Works.