The County Improvements for Roads & Bridges (CIRB) covers work from 2018 through to 2022.
The list of bridges in the plan includes 297 that are rated structurally deficient.
More than 40 county bridges will use repurposed beams from the old I-40 Crosstown bridge that was deconstructed in 2012 and 2013.
Secretary of transportation and ODOT executive director Mike Patterson said that the CIRB programme has had a major influence on the condition of county transportation infrastructure since its inception in 2006. “Through the partnership between Oklahoma’s county commissioners, their Circuit Engineering Districts and ODOT, the CIRB programme has been very successful in addressing critical road and bridge needs that no single county district would ever be able to undertake alone,” he said.