OKLAHOMA CITY – A contract was awarded this month for road improvements in Bryan County, Sen. Josh Brecheen and Rep. Dustin Roberts recently announced.
According to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, the project will involve grading and resurfacing over two miles of county road North-South 366, six miles south of US-70 near Colbert, extending south. Work will also include necessary bridge repairs and modifying the drainage system.
Sen. Brecheen, (R- Coalgate) said the State Transportation Commission awarded nearly a $2.2 million contract on the project to the Overland Corporation. The Ardmore company was the lower of two bidders for the job, said Rep. Roberts, (R-Durant).
Once construction begins, the project is estimated to be completed within three months.