The August 9th SORTPO Transportation Technical Committee and August 24th SORTPO Transportation Policy Board meetings are cancelled due to no actionable items.
The Southwest Oklahoma – Moving People and Goods Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is a blueprint to guide investments for all forms of travel – motor vehicle, transit, bicycle, and walking – and the movement of goods and freight throughout the SORTPO region.
On October 20, 2022, a summit was held in Clinton, Oklahoma. The intent of the summit is to enhance individual and community-based efforts to increase walkability by connecting leaders and community members with valuable resources and information.
Twenty years after the adoption of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s first Eight-Year Construction Work Plan, the Oklahoma Transportation Commission today approved its newest update.
The August 10th Transportation Technical Committee and August 25th Transportation Policy Board meetings have been cancelled.
Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Click here to submit a Call for Projects Form Click here to view the TA Program Guidance & Application Packet TA continues to build upon… Read More »Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) / Call for Projects
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) is proposing to update the 2018-2022 Oklahoma Freight Transportation Plan (OFTP). The existing OFTP was developed in 2017 and… Read More »Oklahoma Freight Transportation Plan Update 2023-2030
EVOK Update ODOT seeking stakeholder input, hosting virtual meeting on electric vehicle charging plan The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is hosting a virtual meeting to… Read More »ODOT seeking stakeholder input, hosting virtual meeting on electric vehicle charging plan
The Southwest Oklahoma Regional Transportation Planning Organization (SORTPO) in 2021 began development of the 20-year long range regional transportation plan for southwest Oklahoma. Counties included… Read More »🔴 Regional Transportation Plan Survey Summary
US-81 will be narrowed to one lane in each direction from about one mile south of SH-37 East/Main St. in Minco to the South Canadian River bridge