Within city limits, the City is responsible for 440+ lane miles of asphalt and concrete pavements; 28 bridges, 65 signalized intersections, 8,000+ traffic signs, 30+ miles of bike facilities, including share-the-road routes and bike lanes.
The City of Stillwater often partners with Payne County and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation to maintain the area's streets. There is a dedicated half-penny sales tax for transportation improvements.
SH-51 and US-177 provide access to heavy manufacturing and high-tech park areas.
Stillwater's Pavement Management Program (PMP) prioritizes and recommends transportation improvements within the City's rights of way.
The program identifies appropriate maintenance strategies (preventative maintenance, rehabilitation, reconstruction, deferred maintenance) for each street based on their condition and use.
Improving the quality of the City’s streets in a financially responsible manner
Implementing a plan that considers both immediate and long-term needs
Promoting transparency by educating the public about our decision process
SH 51 and US 177 (6th Ave. and Perkins Rd.)
US 177 (Perkins Rd.) to Airport Rd. Resurface and reconstruction to add 5th lane between McElroy and Lakeview.
Western Extension to Airport Rd and Washington
Lakeview upgrade from Country Club to Western
SH 51 upgrade from I-35 to Innovation Way
SH 51 upgrade from Western to Perkins (5 lanes)