Commuters are getting the green light; All Westbound lanes of the Broken Arrow Expressway are free of construction.
Three lanes of traffic are now open after being narrowed down to one lane for a bridge deck replacement. Westbound on ramps from Yale to 29th Street are also open.
While they understand the work is necessary, drivers who use daily BA said the construction has added time and frustration to their commutes.
Jeff Woods told FOX23 he avoided the BA for the past few weeks and used side streets to get to work in the morning.
"With the on ramps closed, westbound down to one lane and traffic backed up both directions we just stayed away from the BA, just avoided it."
Another driver said, "When you go from three lanes down to one it is pretty hectic."
Eric Raulston said he was pleasantly surprised to see some of the orange cones disappear on the roads this weekend.
"I've been taking an alternate route the past few weeks so I'm pretty happy that its back open," Raulston said.
ODOT Spokesperson, Kenna Mitchell, told FOX23 that the construction finished right on schedule.
Mitchell said the Eastbound lanes between South Harvard and South Sheridan will likely remain closed through the end of the year. Two decks are being replaced on the Eastbound lanes.
Drivers said they are just happy a portion of the road work is complete.
"Every little bit helps I suppose," said Tulsa driver, Daniel Biesen.