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Contractors have completed resurfacing a nearly two-mile stretch of Aspen Avenue, starting at just north of Washington Street (91st) to Kenosha Street (71st).
The work involved removing the old roadway surface and installing a new asphalt overlay. During this project, the contractor also patched failed pavements down to the subgrade. The project cost $1.6 million and was paid for through 2011 General Obligation Bond and Sales Tax Capital Improvement funds.
“This stretch of Aspen Avenue is one of the busiest in Broken Arrow, so we’re very appreciative of drivers’ cooperation and patience while we completed this necessary work,” said Alex Mills, Director of Engineering and Construction. “The City is extremely pleased with the quality of work and the timely manner in which construction was completed, and I believe anyone traveling on Aspen will enjoy the smoother drive.
The pedestrian signal modifications at the intersection of Aspen/Detroit will be completed shortly after the new year in order to accommodate holiday traffic.