Area counties granted millions for road projects from ODOT


Earlier this week, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation approved an 8 year, $6.5 billion construction plan and several local counties were included in the distribution for repair and renovation of roads and bridges.


The approximate estimates for the amount allotted for each county in the Enid area are $35 million for Garfield, $42 million for Major, $26 million for Blaine, and $34 million for Grant county while Kingfisher is set to get the most at $88 million dollars.


There are 36 projects designed for area counties that will cost roughly $328 million including widening of roads, reinforced concrete boxes, road resurfacing and bridge maintenance.