“The road to work is a lot safer. It was scary to meet cars on Wickliffe Bridge, especially at night. It was narrow. Now it’s wider, and the curve was straightened. It’s a nice feeling that Cherokee Nation is able to fix our bridges and roads. It benefits a lot of people.”
— Angela (E-we) Gardner, Cherokee Nation citizen and RN case manager at A-mo Health Center in Salina. She crosses Wickliffe Bridge daily on her commute to work.