41st & Harvard Pavement Rehabilitation

“New ATS Crosswalk at 41st & Harvard.”

“41st & Harvard Pavement Rehabilitation.”  By Terence Morris, author, PACE TULSA AGS.  5:46 pm.  Mar 7, 2017 2:58 PM. feed-icon-28x28

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Last Updated: 2017-3-7
Stage: Biddate Set
Estimated Value: $3,000,000 (Staff Estimate Value)
Plans & Specs: Should be available on Insight


State: Oklahoma
County:  Tulsa
City: Tulsa
Address: 41st & Harvard


Building Category: Roads
Work Type: Alteration


Midtown road construction set to start

by: Preston Jones Updated: Jan 16, 2017 – 6:23 PM

TULSA, Okla. – Quick Facts:

  • Construction started near 41st and Harvard
  • The intersection will be down to one lane each direction until August
  • The $3 million project receives funds from the 2008 Third Penny Sales Tax
  • New pavement, water lines, sidewalks, traffic signals and ADA compliant ramps come with the project
  • Business owners & drivers say despite frustration, the upgrades will be worth it


The names of the project owner, architects, engineers and contractors are available to community members only.

“New ATS Crosswalk at 41st & Harvard.”

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