“Connection is the key,” Ward 7 Councilman John Pettis Jr. said.
“Ultimately, we want a system we can be proud of, a system that reflects the values of this community and brings thousands of jobs to central Oklahoma.”
Cities in the metro have banded together and formed a regional transit authority, a step toward a future integrated commuter transit system.
Dozens of bike racks will be installed in some of the city’s most popular urban districts, along with a few bike repair stations to give cyclists a place to air up tires and perform other maintenance.
If there’s a war on cars in America, Oklahoma City is one of its toughest battlefields.
Oklahoma City school district officials have their sights set on improving reading performance, as half of all third-graders failed to score proficient on the end-of-year test.
The Association of Central Oklahoma Government’s hosted a public forum Tuesday night to gather public input on the future of transit planning in the Oklahoma City region.