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Construction of 37th Street (209th Street) between Omaha (51st) Street and Albany (61st) Street is underway. What is now just a dirt road will become a paved three-lane street that will improve access in the northeast part of Broken Arrow.
Drivers will need to be aware that the 37th Street intersections at Omaha and Albany will be all-way stops. The contractor is currently clearing out vegetation and debris before the actual roadwork begins.
“37th Street is an essential part of Broken Arrow’s transportation network. It provides connectivity to schools, businesses and the Creek Turnpike,” said Assistant City Manager of Operations Kenny Schwab. “We’re thrilled to get this project underway and provide better access for residents and businesses in the area.”
Voters approved the 37th Street connection as part of the 2014 General Obligation Bond package and costs about $4 million. Weather permitting, the project will take about a year to complete.