DALLAS — Tulsa, Okla., Mayor Kathy Taylor has proposed a 12-year, $2 billion program to improve city streets to a satisfactory condition, including a plan to widen five streets from two lanes to four.

The mayor's street package would be financed in part with $770 million of general obligation bonds supported by gradual increases in the city's property tax rate and the extension and redirection of some existing sales taxes.

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