Virtual open house now online for I-35 corridor study in Norman & Moore

Available through December 10, 2021

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation, the City of Norman and the City of Moore are hosting a virtual open house to provide information on the ongoing study of the I-35 corridor and proposed operational improvements from north of S.W. 4th St. in Moore to south of Robinson St. in Norman, Cleveland County.

This is the second public outreach opportunity for the I-35 Corridor Study and is being presented to update the public on the current status of the study and preliminary construction options developed for further review. The first open house was held in April 2017 in Moore.

The virtual open house will allow members of the public to view an interactive map of the corridor and options for frontage road and interchange modifications. A timeline for future steps will be presented along with the opportunity to give feedback on the proposals.

I-35 Moore-Norman Corridor Study Virtual Open House
Available through Dec. 10 at:

The public can visit to view corridor study materials and submit comments through Dec. 10.

Data and public input gathered during the study will help ODOT, Moore and Norman develop future projects to improve safety and traffic flow in the corridor.

Those without internet access can contact the ODOT Environmental Programs Division at 200 N.E. 21st St., Ste. 3-D2a, Oklahoma City, OK 73105 or call 405-325-3269 to request project information or ask questions.

Coinciding Documents from the virtual open house, to include a traditional comment form, may be accessed through the below links: