This investment impact analysis was conducted by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and RegionTrack, with input from EMBARK, The City of Oklahoma City and the Alliance for Economic Development.
Did you ride one of the original Oklahoma City streetcars? The City of OKC wants to hear your story.
The governance sturcture is prepping to to create a mass transit system thoughout the six largest cities in the region. Plans for the transit system are in the making and could be finished before the end of the year.
To help meet the needs of more people living in a growing urban environment, the City of Oklahoma City recently adopted bikewalkokc, OKCís first comprehensive bicycle and pedestrian master plan.
The huge success of previous MAPS projects led to a vote in late 2009 that approved of a one-cent sales tax to pay for debt-free projects that improve our quality of life.
If youíve spent anytime near downtown recently you know that something big is happening. That something big is the OKC Streetcar and we are just months away from launch day.
Whether youíre commuting to work, meeting friends, running errands or just visiting, EMBARK buses have you covered with service to much of the Oklahoma City metro area.
The Heartland Flyer train service between Oklahoma City and Ft. Worth, Texas, is made up of three coach cars which feature an upper level coach section with spacious reclining seats, complete with individual reading lights and large windows.