They can rebuild it. They have the technology. They have $6 billion in roadwork ahead.
The Oklahoma Transportation Commission has voted to approve an eight-year plan that calls for building more than 2,000 individual road projects by 2021, including improving 924 bridges, 657 miles of two-lane highways, 552 miles of high-volume highways and interstates and replacing more than 50 structurally deficient bridges.
The bad news is you can expect to see a lot of orange barrels along roadways, leading to delays, including along parts of different Interstate routes, but better that than busted up roads or collapsing bridges.
Read more about it from NewsOK.com.