OKLAHOMA CITY – A heads up for anyone who drives downtown.
Changes are on the way.
The city is completing the project to convert many one-way streets to two-way traffic.
Starting Monday morning, Walker Ave. will finally make that conversion.
The goal of the conversion to two-way streets is to improve traffic flow and make it easier to get around.
Most people who live and work downtown appreciate the changes.
“I think the conversion will be really good,” Cythinia D’Antonio said.
Cynthia works at a law firm on Walker.
She said converting downtown streets to two-way traffic has made it more convenient to get around.
“When you’re limited to one way it can be problematic, so I think it’s a good thing,” said D’Antonio.
The work began back in 2008.
That’s when the city started converting downtown streets to two-way traffic.