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The modern streetcar not doing it for you? We’ve got alternative modes of transportation lined up

Although there are variables yet to be determined in planning the city’s future of transit, the streetcar is one decision already made. It began in June 2004 when Metro Transit launched the Fixed Guideway Study to examine the city’s transportation needs. The study identified major travel corridors in the downtown area and evaluated several different

Platt College sponsors free trolleys for a year

The estimated 50,000 people enjoying downtown Oklahoma City on this upcoming Fourth of July weekend will also enjoy free public transportation. Beginning July 1, Platt College is covering the cost of any and all riders on the city trolleys for a year. “Because our campuses are all over, we think it is important to support

July 2 blood donors to receive RedHawks tickets

Take me out to the old blood drive Friday, July 2. Oklahoma Blood Institute and the Oklahoma City RedHawks will offer two tickets to all healthy adults 17 and older who donate blood. The tickets will be for the July 4 RedHawks baseball game and fireworks show.  Donors also will score free tickets to the

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