Members of Oklahoma City’s streetcar subcommittee praised city staff on its plans for a new transit hub at the Santa Fe train station but expressed concern that it would not directly link to stops on the future downtown streetcar line.
Larger sidewalks, mediums to slow traffic, bicycle parking and dozens of new trees are coming to the Western Avenue business district following approval from the Oklahoma City council to fund a street scape project.
An oil company that wants to drill for gas on the Lake Hefner Reservation in Oklahoma City will host a public meeting with the city next week to discuss its plans.
Citizens, local officials and members of the Urban Land Institute of Oklahoma Institute for Quality Communities recently walked a stretch of Classen Blvd. to discuss ways to make the busy urban cooridor more pedestrian and cycle friendly.
During in time when police can have a bad reputation, new academy graduates in OKC show a motivation to serve their community.
A new ordinance regulating rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft went into effect Nov. 22, and companies have 30 days to submit applications for a license to operate legally in OKC.
Oklahoma City, which has also seen a boost in startups over the past several years, has some of the slowest Internet speeds in the nation, according to data compiled by the website Gizmodo.com.
If there’s a war on cars in America, Oklahoma City is one of its toughest battlefields.
Mayor Mick Cornett, 56, and Terri Walker, 55, were married today in Tulsa.
Oklahoma City, which has also seen a boost in start ups over the past several years, has some of the slowest Internet speeds in the nation