The Admiral Place and 129th East Avenue intersection likely is one of the quietest improved intersections in Tulsa. The intersection was widened to four lanes on each approach with left- and right-turn lanes as part of the 129th East Avenue widening project between I-244 and 21st Street. The project, which was funded by the 1985 sales tax, was completed in 1988. Traffic flow isn't too heavy at the intersection and clears without much delay, although traffic counts likely will increase as more development occurs in the area. The only work planned in the area involves widening I-44 to six lanes, which will be done in the early 1990s. This will involve rebuilding Admiral Place and 1290th East Avenue where they respectively intersect I-44. Photograph taken November 1988.
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