The City of Oklahoma City maintains more than 3,500 miles of roadways within the city limits.
Oklahoma City is receiving a federal grant to develop a bus rapid transit line between downtown and the northwest side, Mayor David Holt said Thursday.
The city’s new downtown streetcar will track a lot closer to riders’ expectations of timed stops thanks to a gift of computer coding from U.S. Fleet Tracking.
The interchange between Interstate 235 and Interstate 44 in north Oklahoma City will be reconstructed as a four-level interchange as part of a $105 million contract awarded Monday by the Oklahoma Transportation Commission.
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.
Travelers will be able to apply for the Transportation Security Administration’s TSA Pre✓® program at WRWA Monday, September 17 through Friday, September 21.
The terminal expansion project will add four new airline gates, a new streamlined security checkpoint, a public airfield observation experience, and space for future international air service.
Logistics Center Oklahoma City is located within the city limits of both Oklahoma City and Moore and is designed to accommodate manifest and unit train customers in addition to a site for storage.