Tulsa's Boulder Avenue bridge reopens Monday with 2 p.m. ribbon-cutting
BY ZACK STOYCOFF World Staff Writer
Sunday, February 03, 2013
2/03/13 at 9:35 AM
The Boulder Avenue bridge over the railroad tracks in downtown Tulsa will reopen Monday afternoon after a yearlong reconstruction project, the city announced.
The 290-foot, $11 million crossing from First to Archer streets replaces a bridge that was demolished after it was deemed unstable in 2008. Construction - funded by the 2008 Fix Our Streets initiative - began in January 2012.
City officials will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the south end of the bridge at 2 p.m. Monday. Parking will be available on the north lane of First Street between Main Street and Cheyenne Avenue and in the One West Garage on the south side of First Street at Cheyenne Avenue.
Original Print Headline: New Boulder Avenue bridge to debut Monday with 2 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony