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PROYECTOS DE CARRETERAS DEL SUR DE TULSA

¡Manténgase actualizado sobre los proyectos de obras viales en todo el sur de Tulsa!

• Actualización del proyecto a partir del: 22 de agosto de 2022
○ Control de tráfico: mantenga un carril abierto en cada dirección.
○ Actividades de Construcción: Tormenta: Sistema C-1 – En marcha. Alcantarillado Sanitario: Pruebas de los Sistemas 2 y 3

terminado. Muro de contención: F-1 y G-1 – pozos de perforación en marcha. RCB-A (Large Crossing of Little Haikey Creek): cubierta sur y plataforma completas. Muros del ala sur en marcha. RCB-B (Pequeño Cruce): Completada la mitad sur.

• Alcance del Proyecto: Cinco carriles con ciclovías y aceras a ambos lados de la carretera

• Fecha de inicio: 6 de julio de 2021

• Fecha de finalización prevista: septiembre de 2022

• Detalles de financiación: Mejorar nuestra Tulsa ($13,893,780)

Actualización de video del 25 de agosto de 2022:

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• Actualización del proyecto a partir del: 22 de agosto de 2022
○ Control de tráfico: se permiten giros a la izquierda en las intersecciones de 81st Street y Yale y 91st Street y Yale. un carril

abierto en cada dirección.

 

Cierre completo de Yale Avenue 120 días a partir del 28/03/22. Fecha de reapertura del 27.07.22. Antes y después del cierre total, mantenga un carril abierto en cada dirección. Se notificó a las escuelas TPD, TFD, EMSA y Jenks. Antes y después del cierre total, mantenga un carril abierto en cada dirección. Se notificará a las escuelas TPD, TFD, EMSA y Jenks.


  ○ Actividades de construcción: Muro A (Entrada de Canyon Creek – Sur): 99 % Completado – El tratamiento de manchas es

todo lo que queda (a aplicar Verano-2022). Muro B (Entrada de Canyon Creek - Norte): Viga de nivelación y Muro de pantalla vertida la semana del 14/02/22. Muro C (Propiedad de Cate - Norte): Despeje completo. Muro F: pozos perforados completados el 16/02/22. Grade Beam está en curso. Muro M (Propiedad de Cate - Sur): Despeje completo. Línea de flotación D: para instalarse a medida que avanza la viga de grado de la pared F.

• Alcance del Proyecto: Seis carriles divididos con aceras a ambos lados de la vía con muros de protección contra caídas

• Fecha de inicio: 15 de noviembre de 2021

• Fecha de finalización prevista: otoño de 2023

• Detalles de financiación: Mejorar nuestra Tulsa ($29,257,000)

Vea el cronograma de construcción ampliado aquí

Mire el Ayuntamiento para discutir todos los aspectos de este proyecto aquí

Ver el documento PDF de la presentación del Ayuntamientomi

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• Actualización del proyecto a partir del: 14 de febrero de 2022

• Alcance del proyecto: Reemplazo de líneas de agua, rehabilitación de pavimento de concreto, modificaciones de aceras ADA y actualizaciones de señales de tránsito

• Detalles de financiación: Fondos federales de STP y Mejorar nuestra Tulsa ($1,747,000)

• Actualización del proyecto a partir del: 14 de febrero de 2022

• Alcance del proyecto: Reemplazo de líneas de agua, rehabilitación de pavimento de concreto, modificaciones de aceras ADA y actualizaciones de señales de tránsito

• Detalles de financiación: Fondos federales de STP y Mejorar nuestra Tulsa ($1,747,000)

• Actualización del proyecto a partir del: 14 de febrero de 2022

• Alcance del proyecto: Reemplazo de líneas de agua, rehabilitación de pavimento de concreto, modificaciones de aceras ADA y actualizaciones de señales de tránsito

• Detalles de financiación: Fondos federales de STP y Mejorar nuestra Tulsa ($1,747,000)

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• Actualización del proyecto a partir del: 15 de marzo de 2022

• Alcance del Proyecto: Reparación de concreto

• Fecha de inicio: 15 de abril de 2021

• Fecha de finalización prevista: febrero de 2022

• Detalles de financiación: Mejorar nuestra Tulsa ($2,228,000)

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• Actualización del proyecto a partir del: 22 de agosto de 2022

• Detalles del Proyecto: Cinco carriles con aceras a ambos lados de la carretera

• Fecha de inicio: 19 de agosto de 2019

• Fecha de finalización prevista: julio de 2022

• Detalles de financiación: Vision Tulsa ($7,430,588.70)

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• Actualización del proyecto a partir del: 15 de noviembre de 2021
• Alcance del Proyecto: Recubrimiento de asfalto

• Detalles de financiación: Mejorar nuestra Tulsa ($1,414,641)

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• Actualización del proyecto a partir del: 14 de febrero de 2022

• Alcance del Proyecto: Reparación de concreto

• Fecha de inicio: 15 de febrero de 2021

• Detalles de financiación: Fondos federales de STP y Mejorar nuestra Tulsa ($2,987,000)

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• Actualización del proyecto a partir del: 7 de diciembre de 2021

• Alcance del Proyecto: Intersección mejorada con áreas de giro, cinco carriles con aceras en ambos lados de la carretera. 

• Detalles de financiación: Mejorar nuestra Tulsa ($8,752,795)

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A veces, hay proyectos menores que están programados para completarse en una semana o incluso días y de los que aún queremos mantenerlo informado. 

1) Avenida Yale, calle 101 a calle 111

• Proyecto actualizado al: 24 de agosto de 2021

• Alcance del Proyecto: Micropavimento y señalización vial

• Detalles de financiación: Mejorar nuestra Tulsa ($688,478)

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101st y Garnett: Habrá trabajo en esta área realizado por las entidades del condado, estatales y federales. Las actualizaciones de esta área pueden ser más ligeras, pero se contabilizarán según nuestro leal saber y entender en esta página.

Para obtener información sobre los proyectos de ODOT que pueden afectar su viaje, puede encontrar información de construcción/mapa aquí: https://oklahoma.gov/odot.html

El condado de Tulsa también tiene una serie de proyectos separados de la construcción de la ciudad de Tulsa. Puede obtener más información sobre los proyectos del condado aquí: https://www.tulsacounty.org/tulsacounty/dynamic.aspx?id=10380 

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101st y Garnett: Habrá trabajo en esta área realizado por las entidades del condado, estatales y federales. Las actualizaciones de esta área pueden ser más ligeras, pero se contabilizarán según nuestro leal saber y entender en esta página.

Para obtener información sobre los proyectos de ODOT que pueden afectar su viaje, puede encontrar información de construcción/mapa aquí: https://oklahoma.gov/odot.html

El condado de Tulsa también tiene una serie de proyectos separados de la construcción de la ciudad de Tulsa. Puede obtener más información sobre los proyectos del condado aquí: https://www.tulsacounty.org/tulsacounty/dynamic.aspx?id=10380 

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