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Change is A-Comin’

A pedestrian bridge was scheduled to be hoisted into place in the early morning hours of Sept. 14, and Shannon Cox was not about to miss it. Oklahoma City’s always-busy Northwest Expressway was closed from midnight to 5 a.m. between Wilshire and MacArthur boulevards so that the 121-foot-long bridge could be moved into its spot spanning Northwest Expressway, east of...

Minding the Gap

Supply chain disruptions won’t be easing anytime soon, but Oklahoma transportation industry leaders are doing their best to mitigate the aggravation. “We want to be part of the solution and help the supply chain,” says Dan Grisham, deputy director of the City of Tulsa-Rogers County Port Authority, which does business as Tulsa Ports. “It’s just not going to be overnight....

Exceptional Changes Ahead

Tulsa The Gathering Place and its surrounding areas just keep getting better: The location’s most recent project, which includes a new pedestrian bridge, dam and recreation flume, is well underway. Brooke Caviness, lead engineer of stormwater design for the City of Tulsa, says updates to the Zink Lake sector have been on the public wishlist for over 20 years. Tulsans expressed...