Tag Archives: ODOT

New Crosstown causing traffic gridlock downtown.

It’s not my imagination.  Downtown on the Range is talking about it. With pictures. The gridlock, that is, on Western Avenue from the exits/on-ramps of the new I-40 Crosstown Freeway going north into downtown. My best advice is — stay … Continue reading

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Walnut Grove is gone.

Last Saturday we decided to head out to the Old Paris Flea Market to do a little after-market shopping, and so we turned south on Byers from Reno and after passing under the construction of the “New Crosstown Freeway” we … Continue reading

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OKC is a dangerous place for pedestrians.

The Brand Oklahoma City boys sure won’t like this news. But it is a fact: Oklahoma City is a seriously dangerous place for pedestrians.  In fact, we rank #22 in the nation as a dangerous place to walk, according to … Continue reading

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BREAKING News, Potpourri Round-up, AND Weird News

I have been really busy lately. . . the holidays get that way for both  musicians and those who help the poor, and I wear both those hats. . . I’ve accumulated a list of topics I wanted to comment … Continue reading

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A Crime Against Nature and Roll Call of Dishonor

I have just posted some pictures of the destruction of the Robinson street underpass and the rail yard of Union Station at my Energy Conservation Info website, entitled A Crime Against Nature. I am also compiling a list of the … Continue reading

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20 years of lies about Oklahoma’s Crosstown Freeway Project

I’ve been so busy with all the rest of my life — you know, things like picking Colorado potato beetles off the potato plants, watering the tomatoes, doing choreography for Vacation Bible School and etc — that I have been … Continue reading

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Oklahoma announces new financial meth high for roads.

Comes now the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, announcing the most giant ever super-stupendous financial methamphetamine high for road construction.  Not one word about a penny or two for mass transit or rail.  There does seem to be some money for … Continue reading

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Waldrop releases backgound paper on transportation policy.

Press Release – for immediate release, February 8, 2006 For more information, contact Bob Waldrop, 405-613-4688, bwaldrop@cox.net , www.bobwaldrop.net . WALDROP RELEASES BACKGROUND PAPER ON TRANSPORTATION POLICY The Waldrop for Mayor campaign has released a background paper, “Energy, Transportation, and … Continue reading

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