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Feb. 17 ROAD CLOSING: Rogers Lane Westbound

LAWTON Okla_ On Sunday, February 17, 2013, Center Point Energy will be working on repairing a 10-inch gas line that exists on the shoulder of westbound Rogers Lane.

In order to do this gas line repair, Center Point Energy would need to shut down both the lanes of westbound Rogers Lane.

As a result, westbound Rogers Lane between I-44 and Sheridan Road would be closed to traffic on Sunday, Feb. 17. Thus, traffic from I-44 highway must use Cache Road exit instead of westbound Rogers Lane exit to get into Lawton. Westbound Rogers Lane traffic from east of I-44 should use I-44 and then Cache Road exit to get into Lawton.

Center Point Energy said they plan to have the repair complete by 7:00 PM Sunday.

 

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