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Oklahoma's Unsafe Bridges and Roads to be Repaired

June 07, 2007

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. --- The Oklahoma Department of Transportation has signed off on a plan to repair the state's most dangerous and dilapidated bridges and roads.According to KOTV's News On 5, the state will spend $340 million over the next five years for county projects. A total of 119 county roads and bridges will be repaired. The transportation department works closely with county commissioners to develop a priority list for the most urgent bridge and road projects, taking into account condition, average daily traffic, percentage of truck traffic and accident history.
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