OKC implements a new parking system to meet the growing needs of downtown parkers.
The new program provides vehicles for carpools or vanpools for a monthly fee and saves users money.
“All these tires are gel-filled. So if you get a flat, it’s kind of like Fix a Flat that is already built into it,” Smith said.
An Embark-issued Haul Pass photo ID allows qualified riders unlimited use for a $10 monthly fee.
Chain Reaction Ministries refurbishes bicycles and offers dependable transportation to OKC’s homeless.
Open Streets OKC has grown and returns to Uptown 23rd District Sunday.
Embark expands services and enhancements, but progress might be stalled due to budget concerns and cuts.
“There is only one response I get when I tell people I ride the bus, which is, ‘I wish I could ride the bus.’ They always have an excuse.”
This policy currently forces the speed of buses — and potentially the streetcar and future BRT vehicles — to be dictated by automobile movement.
Jason Ferbrache, EMBARK city transit director, said the increase in various forms of non-car transportation also gives OKC’s central business district more transit options.