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HomeRide - Construction Updates

Popular Cycling Routes - Construction Updates 

Who's holding the shovel?
(Info as of 2/4/2019) 

Reporting Area Trail Conditions - "Who ya gonna call?"

Click the button below to see a complete list of local trails and who to contact regarding trail conditions, problems, etc.

Construction - Path Maintenance Contacts 

Area Trail conditions

Tulsa River Parks provides a Trail Conditions web page ... check it out for all the latest info on River Parks Trails.

River Parks Trail Conditions


INCOG Area Trails Guide provides a more extensive reference for all area trails and includes construction updates.


INCOG Area Trails Guide


Sahoma Lake Rd
This road is closed at the small bridge between Pretty Water lake and Lake Sahoma (just south of 86th St).  The dirt work for the approaches is underway.  The new bridge over I-44 is complete and now open.

Hwy 64 bridge between Bixby and Leonard at Snake Creek 
Under construction,  shoulder and lane closures

Alternate 75 south of Sapulpa
Work is underway on the two bridges south of Sapulpa.    There's a long stretch of one way 
traffic with 3 traffic signals to control traffic.   The one-way traffic uses the shoulder on a portion of the construction - so avoid this area.

East Bank Riverparks trail at Bear fountain (71st)
The city of Tulsa work on the riverbank next to 71st street bridge has been completed.   Now they are moving north to work adjacent to the parking lot     They have deep mulch from Riverside to the riverbank to provide access for construction equipment.   A clear path on the trail is available most of the time, but during equipment access you might have to walk your bike about 10 feet. or so.








There's a short detour just south of the Southwest Blvd bridge.    They are building a retaining wall for the trail to go under Southwest Blvd.