Monty Karns / City Engineering Director
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The proposed concept for U.S. Route 177 (Perkins Road) was developed through a context-sensitive design approach to address the needs of multiple users of the corridor.
This is a joint project with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT). The City is responsible for design, utility relocation and rights of ways acquisitions, and ODOT is responsible for construction.
Anticipated Date (Design): Design 90% complete
Anticipated Date (Construction): Construction is by ODOT and scheduled for letting in FY2021
Anticipated Date (Completion): FY2022
The proposed concept includes:
Widening the road to provide turn lanes at key locations along US-177
Center median to reduce the frequency and severity of accidents.
A new, signalized intersection at the driveways for Lowe's and Buffalo Wild Wings. This signal will be between Redbud Drive and Krayler Avenue.
Pedestrian and bicycle improvements through a multi-use path along the west side of US-177 and sidewalk along the east side of US-177.
Year Funded: FY2016
Funding Source: Transportation Sales Tax Fund and state and federal transportation dollars
City of Stillwater for design, utility relocation and rights of way acquisitions
Project Budget: $3.4 million
Expenditure to date: $824,000
Oklahoma Department of Transportation's Construction Budget (from ODOT's 8 Year Plan): $13,390,000
US-177: from SH-51 North 3 miles to Lakeview Road in Stillwater.
Includes Widening five lane section from McElroy to Lakeview
JP#2986004 FFY 2021 Widening & Resurface
Facilitate relocation of utilities
Construction programmed to begin in FY2021
Design is 90% complete