The safe incorporation into the National Airspace of UAM, Urban Air Mobility is being developed at the FAA’s Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center here in Oklahoma City.
On the weekends, as part of Downtown In December celebrations, residents can ride the OKC Streetcar for free. The offer runs until Jan. 5. In Norman, residents can also ride the city’s bus for free as they get used to the services offered by EMBARK, which is now operating Norman’s fixed-route bus service and para transit service.
Street resurfacing, trails construction and resurfacing, sidewalk and bike lane construction are being funded by the 10-year bond and a $240 million temporary sales tax. Within the sales tax portion, Wenger said the city has completed about $35 million in street resurfacing, with another $50 million already in work expected to start in the next several months.
Non-stop markets are important and open the gates to new business opportunities.
First major expansion at WRWA in 12 years is underway.
The facility will join Valair Aviation and Atlantic Aviation as FBOs at the airport.
While traffic can still maneuver through the Interstate 235/I-44 interchange both ways, drivers will soon start seeing the $105 million project coming to life closer to the road. It was the single largest dollar-amount contract in state history at the time it was awarded.
Navigating the entire city can be a daunting task, and not everyone can pay for the gas to do it.