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.
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 Oklahoma City.
A couple who successfully defeated Oklahoma’s ban on same-sex marriage recently learned that they also will have legal fees paid by the county clerk’s office that fought against their effort.
James Cooper has announced his intention to run against Ed Shadid in OKC’s Ward 2 this March.
Fear of potential abuse of new tech often feeds governmental and societal apprehensions of innovations, whether they be drones, self-driving cars or rideshare services.
After nearly a year of study and months of debate, an ordinance regulating Uber and Lyft drivers was approved on Tuesday.
Bids for a proposed whitewater facility along the Oklahoma River came into the City of Oklahoma City last month almost $20 million over the estimated $23.8 million price tag.
A dedicated bike and walking trail connecting Lake Hefner and the Oklahoma River could be complete in less than two years.
Uber and Lyft are in a heated debate with the city and local cab companies about proposed regulation that goes to a city council vote next week.
While Election Day is still more than eight months away, some names are emerging as possible candidates.