The Southwest Oklahoma Regional Transportation Planning Organization (SORTPO) is a leader in regional transportation planning for facilitating collaboration and input opportunities into decision making for future transportation infrastructure, safety, and economic growth in southwest Oklahoma.
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Technical Committee and Policy Board
The SORTPO Transportation Technical Committee and Transportation Policy Board meetings are held at 10:00 am (central) in the Conference Rooms of: SWODA, 420 Sooner Dr., Burns Flat, Oklahoma and ASCOG, 804 W. Main St., Duncan, Oklahoma. Meetings are open to the public.
Both the Transportation Technical Committee meeting on November 8, 2023, and the Transportation Policy Board meeting on November 16, 2023, have been cancelled due to a lack of actionable items.
Did you know that 1 in 5 16-year olds will have a crash in their first year of driving? Oklahoma Challenge want to help you make sure that doesn’t happen ….
The law, set to take effect Nov. 1, 2023, will require all Oklahoma teens to complete the free Oklahoma Work Zone Safe and First Responder Safety online education course before applying for their intermediate driver license.
The Planning Work Program (PWP) for Southwest Oklahoma Regional Transportation Planning Organization (SORTPO) defines the planning priorities in the region and describes all transportation related planning activities anticipated in the program year.
Agencies interested in partnering with the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office will be required to complete a pre-application process.
Both the Transportation Technical Committee meeting on October 11, 2023, and the Transportation Policy Board meeting on October 26, 2023, have been cancelled due to a lack of actionable items.
One of the goals of the Regional Transportation Planning plan is it increase and improve opportunities for physical activity with a focus on bicycle and pedestrian. There are many opportunities to be active in the SORTPO region. By safety. Through this map you can zoom into to specific counties or municipalities then click on the trail and it will bring up a box with more information. There is a search bar that you can type in the name of the park/municipality. From this search you can select the site and an information box will appear containing information on the park. Each point of interest has a list of amenities.