A project to install bike lanes on West 11th Street from Boulder Avenue to Denver Avenue, and then on West 12th Street between Denver Avenue and Southwest Boulevard is starting this week. Completion of the project is scheduled for mid-May or sooner, depending on weather conditions.
Lane closures will alternate between the curb lanes and the inside lanes. This project also includes replacement of the old storm sewer grates with bicycle safe grates.
This is the Route 66 bike route that continues on Southwest Boulevard across the Arkansas River and links with the River Parks trail on the west bank. The bike trail is part of implementation of the Tulsa area GO Plan coordinated with the Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG). See https://incog.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=bc8b7363bf814d87b69196b6dd5ee373
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is managing this bike lane project, which has received funding through the federal Transportation Alternatives Program, later called the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. ODOT has contracted with Action Safety Supply LLC for this $118,630.60 project.