Oklahoma City is fortunate to host sporting events, horse shows and other public events each year, and these events bring millions of dollars to Oklahoma City’s economy. However, there has been a push recently to enact legislation that could severely limit Oklahoma City’s ability to attract and host large-scale, public events.
As we move toward the launch of the OKC Streetcar and usher in an exciting new era of public transit in Oklahoma City, let’s take a moment to examine the positive effects strategic, multi-modal transportation investments have had on company and employee recruitment.
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 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.
Jail tour highlights issues with poorly conceived facility.
What will it take for this sector to soar?
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber’s executive committee and/or board of directors recently voted to support the state questions that will appear on the upcoming November ballot.
The legislative scorecard includes information prepared by the statewide Research Institute for Economic Development (RIED) to identify elected officials’ votes on issues important to the business community.