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Waterline relocation project will restrict neighborhood access

A portion of NE Pioneer Blvd will be closed for two weeks. (Source KSWO) A portion of NE Pioneer Blvd will be closed for two weeks. (Source KSWO)
The City of Lawton has put out a map showing the neighborhood detour route. (Source City of Lawton) The City of Lawton has put out a map showing the neighborhood detour route. (Source City of Lawton)
The southern entrance will be completely closed off. Residents will have to get home from the north. (Source City of Lawton) The southern entrance will be completely closed off. Residents will have to get home from the north. (Source City of Lawton)
Northbound drivers on NW Angus Pl must turn right during the construction. (Source City of Lawton) Northbound drivers on NW Angus Pl must turn right during the construction. (Source City of Lawton)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –A northeast Lawton neighborhood street will be closed to through traffic for two weeks during a waterline relocation project.

Northeast Pioneer Boulevard, between Northeast Rogers Lane and Northeast Angus Street, will be closed to through traffic starting Monday, Feb. 29, for two weeks. Miller Construction & Sons was contracted to work on the I-44 Waterline Relocation project for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.

If you live on that portion of Northeast Pioneer Boulevard, you can still get home by going south from Northeast Angus Street; this is only for local traffic. Northeast Pioneer Boulevard at Northeast Rogers Lane will be completely closed off.

If you need in the neighborhood, a detour will be established to direct drivers to take Northeast Cimarron Trail. Drivers going north on Northeast Angus Place to get to Pioneer Park Elementary will not be allowed to the left, they must turn right.

Plan your route accordingly.

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