The Oklahoma Department of Transportation and the City of Oklahoma City will host a public meeting regarding the Oklahoma City Boulevard at 5:30PM on Tuesday, June 18th, at the Chevy Events Center (formerly the Coca Cola Bricktown Events Center) at 429 East California Avenue.
The meeting will provide information about the state’s ongoing National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Environmental Assessment of the Oklahoma City Boulevard in coordination with the Federal Highway Administration and present alternatives being considered. Citizens are encouraged to attend and formally submit their comments about these elements of the Environmental Assessment. Additionally, information will be provided about upcoming improvement projects to address operational issues at the east and west ends of the OKC Boulevard and the I-40 Crosstown corridor.
A presentation is planned followed by a question and answer period and the opportunity for the public to visit one-on-one with engineers and planners and provide comment on the OKC Boulevard.
Free parking available in lot directly to the south of Chevy Events Center.
The overall Boulevard project is estimated at $80 million which includes approximately $50 million for connections to the new interstate on the east and west ends of the corridor and approximately $30 million for the new downtown roadway as part of the OKC Boulevard.
Persons who would like to attend this meeting but find it difficult due to disability, architectural barrier, or other special needs, or who require a sign-language interpreter, may contact Craig Moody, Public Involvement Specialist at (405)-522-1465 or at CMoody@ODOT.org.