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City, state officials discuss boulevard plans

“I hope we’ve done a good job of communicating with the public, but I fear that maybe we haven’t,” said ODOT Deputy Director Gary Evans. “I want to apologize on behalf of the department if we have not done a good job of communicating.” Several hundred people turned out to the Coca-Cola events center in

City Council considers boulevard options

Members of Friends for a Better Boulevard, a citizen’s group, are concerned with businesses in the area on the west side of Downtown that may see their stretch of boulevard elevated to connect with Interstate 40. Several members attended the Oklahoma City Council meeting July 31 to voice their concerns that the elevated roadway would

Congestion Ahead

Photo by Mark Hancock  Lindsey Street, between 24th Avenue Southwest and Berry Road, could be considered one of the most congested streets in the metropolitan area, and during major events such as University of Oklahoma football home games or the Medieval Fair of Norman, that road can be nearly impassable. It’s a major complaint for

City, state leaders dedicate SkyDance Bridge

The pedestrian bridge spans the realigned Interstate 40. For the time being it is a bridge from nowhere to nowhere, but city officials hope that will change as the surrounding Core to Shore area is developed in the coming years. From a timeworn neighborhood on the south, a gentle landscaped slope leads to the bridge