Welcome to the Fix Our Streets Live website – your information source for City of Tulsa street projects throughout Tulsa. On this website, the City of Tulsa provides details on street capital improvement projects approved by Tulsans who voted to extend Tulsa’s 3rd penny sales tax and general obligation bonds since 2005.
You can find out about each street project through the "Projects Map" feature on this site. Projects approved as part of the 2008 "Fix Our Streets" vote are marked in green to indicate a street project and in red to indicate a bridge project. Projects that are a part of previous public votes are marked in yellow. This site allows you to drill down into any of the nine council district maps to find a project area or street improvement in that district.
Once you have accessed the project information, you will find the street or project boundaries, project number, budgeted cost, funding source, scheduling and status of design and/or construction, and the phone number and e-mail address for the Customer Care Center – 596-2100 – where you may call with more specific questions. Once you select the project you want to know more about, you can also print the map and project information on one sheet, so you may share it with co-workers and neighbors. As the project progresses, details will be updated.
While the City of Tulsa has $563.9 million in street projects scheduled for work over the next five years, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation also has major construction projects ongoing in the city limits. The continued widening of I-44, as well as replacement of the I-244 bridge over the Arkansas River, will have a significant impact on Tulsa’s traffic management and the economy. The ODOT (link) site provides more information on upcoming and ongoing state highway construction.
Check back frequently for updates on project information and on the most recent street project developments in our "Latest News" section.
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See the 2008 five-year plan projects and previously approved projects currently in progress.