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OUTER LOOP: TRI-CITY CONNECTOR

INFORMATION

Outer Loop: Tri-City Connector

Corridor Manager:

Colin O'Leary, PE, CFM

Poe & Associates

405-754-6275

TBD

ESTIMATED COMPLETION

~8 Miles

PROJECT LENGTH

$250,000,000

ESTIMATED BUDGET

(Updated as of 03/25/22)

TYPE

New alignment high-speed expressway facility from SH-152 (Airport Rd), south and east to I-44.

OVERVIEW

The Tri-City Connector is a section of the OKC Outer Loop. For a history of the Outer Loop, click HERE.

The construction includes a new connection from the John Kilpatrick  Turnpike terminus at SH-152 (Airport Rd), around the Will Rogers World Airport to I-44, north of the South Canadian River. This project will connect Southwest OKC and the metro area and continue the Outer Loop. It will increase access and offer alternative routes from I-40 to I-44 and, ultimately, I-35. The project includes interchanges at I-44 and SH-152.

Status
Project #
Designer
Project Scope
Inactive
TCC-29001
MacArthur
New Alignment - SH-152 Extending SouthEast to SW 89th Street Including SW 74th Street Interchange
Inactive
TCC-29002
MacArthur
New Alignment - South of SW 89th Street Extending SouthEast Including SW 104th St Interchange and I-44 Interchange

MEDIA

Content will be continuously provided as project progresses.

DOCUMENTATION

Documentation for this project will be added as it becomes available.

TIMELINE

Milestones will be added as project progresses.

Oct. 17, 2023

First ACCESS Program Bond Sale.

Apr. 14, 2023

OTA placed all work on the ACCESS program on pause.

Dec. 8, 2022

OTA placed all work on the Tri-City Connector on pause.

April 14-21, 2022

OTA hosted a series of four public meetings to discuss the new alignments in the ACCESS program.

Mar. 11, 2022

Engineering teams assigned to specific projects throughout the program to begin preliminary design and necessary studies of the corridor.

Feb. 22, 2022

Details of the long-range plan, designated as the ACCESS Oklahoma Program, are announced  and supporting website published.

Dec. 7, 2021

Secretary Gatz announces the OTA's intent to develop a 15-year long-range transportation infrastructure improvement plan.

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