Popular Cycling Routes - Construction Updates
(Info as of 5/128/2018)
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Area Trail conditions
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River Parks Trail Conditions
INCOG Area Trails Guide provides a more extensive reference for all area trails and includes construction updates.
INCOG Area Trails Guide
Elwood between 111th St S and Main St (Jenks)
Closed for intersection work at Main and Elwood
North Lewis between 36th and 46th Street North
36th St South between Lewis and Havard (NEW)
Repair work is underway - west bound lane is closed.
Reconstruction of this one mile stretch of Lewis is underway and will take until mid-2018. The new concrete 4 lane is now open on the north half. Use caution on Mohawk Bvld in around Lewis. Detours are resulting in additional traffic on Mohawk.
North Mingo between 36th St North (American Airline Maintenance entrance) and 46th St North
Only 2 lanes open - this section of road is being rebuilt
South Memorial between 181st and 211th Street south
This bumpy section of road is being repaved with Blacktop!
RiverParks East Bank Trail
- The East Bank trail is closed from 27th St to 35th St until mid 2018 Detour through Maple Ridge
Highway 11 bridge between Sperry and Skiatook
The bridge just north of Sperry is being replaced. Watch for possible increased traffic on side roads in this area as drivers look for detours. The marked detour will use Highway 75.
Sahoma Lake Rd
This road is closed at the small bridge between Pretty Water lake and Lake Sahoma (just south of 86th St). Construction completion date is scheduled for Mid-April but only demo has take place to date.
Highway 97 bridge in Sand Springs
ODOT is working on the Arkansas River Bridge in Sand Springs. Expect lane closures.
NEW - OSAGE TRAIL north of Hwy 20 in Skiatook
The Osage trail has been extended 2 miles north of Hwy 20 in Skiatook