The 11th Street and Sheridan Road intersection received a facelift during a rehabilitation project in 2010-2011. The project involved removing the old driving surface, making subsurface repairs, resurfacing the street and installing new sidewalks and driveway aprons, along with curbs in some areas. The left-turn medians also were removed and replaced with yellow stripes, and new traffic signals were installed. The new traffic signal installation eliminates the green poles and four-head left-turn signal at another intersection in Tulsa, with only three major intersections still containing that signal configuration (as of this writing). The new signal includes right-turn arrows for the eastbound right-turn lane. The lane had been without arrows since the right-turn arrows were deleted on the old system in 1981. The intersection work was part of an overall project that rehabilitated Sheridan Road between Admiral Place and 11th Street. Photo taken June 2011.
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