By the end of 2021, northwest Oklahoma City residents will be able to safely cross NW Expressway without worrying about traffic. The project includes one-quarter mile of new trail and a bridge with ramps and stairs.
The Chamber has assigned scores to legislators based on priority issues advocated by the Chamber.
In 2004, Oklahoma was ranked 49th in the nation for highway bridge conditions.
The wheels on school buses are about to start turning again, but the city’s public bus system, EMBARK, hardly ever stops. The award-winning system will get even better in the next few years. Learn more about the public bus system and make plans to use it on your next outing.
The OKC Streetcar is almost two years old and more than 500,000 people have hopped on board. Have you checked it out? Read about the OKC Streetcar and a new program to help you save money on your next venture to downtown.
The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority spent more than $500 million expanding turnpikes in the Greater Oklahoma City metro. The state could get electronic tolling in 2021.
2020 OK Legislative Session wrap-up: Chamber achieves legislative priorities during historic session
The 2020 Legislative Session, after being severely impacted by the COVID-19 global health pandemic, will officially adjourn Sine Die on Friday, May 29. In retrospect, the session can be viewed as occurring in three distinct phases.