“I am really interested in seeing streets get a shot in the arm,” Stone told Oklahoma Gazette during a recent interview in his office at City Hall.
“They are trying to create and turn citizens against the environment and environmentalism, which troubles me more than anything,” Bridgwater said.
What do drivers want? Better roads and bridges! When do they want them? Years ago!
Jonathan Clour, Chris Gordon and incumbent James Greiner are vying for the council seat.
The Oklahoma government is considering more tax cuts despite an estimated $868 million budget shortfall.
The 2016 City of Oklahoma City Citizen Survey shows OKC residents have consistently worried about driving conditions and travel infrastructure.
Oklahoma City might be more than a decade away from having a truly regional public transportation system, but it’s also already well down the road toward creating one.
Maybe enough time has passed that I can enjoy this truly American art form once again. How can songs like the Brooks & Dunn cover “Brand New Man” or the redemptive “Wild Horses” not make you fall in love with this Oklahoma group? The original “American Dream” is a patriotic spiritual that isn’t cloying or…
Initially discussed in 1996 as part of the Interstate 40 crosstown relocation, the would-be boulevard could take shape as a landscaped, four-lane, tree-lined gateway into and out of the downtown area, if city officials have their way. Oklahoma City Council recommended to ODOT — the agency responsible for the project — a boulevard option that…
One of the few exceptions to the hard times is the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. Following a long stretch in which state investment in roads and bridges remained virtually flat, the Legislature in 2005 created the ROADS (Rebuilding Oklahoma Access and Driver Safety) fund. Revenues for this fund come directly from personal income tax collections,…