LAWTON, Okla._ A major road project starts here tomorrow that could make for a messy Monday morning commute.
The project, which will focus on repairs to bridges, will take place in the area of I-44 where it intersects with Cache Rd., otherwise known as the Tri-Level.
The Cache Rd. ramp for northbound traffic on I-44 will be closed. The off-ramp to Cache Rd. for northbound traffic on 2nd Street will also be shut down.
The closures begin Monday, Feb. 17 at 8 a.m. The closures are expected to last nine months in and around that area. Additional roads will be shut down as the project progresses.
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