Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) / Call for Projects

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 the legacy of the Transportation Enhancements (TE) and Safe Routes to Schools (SRTS) programs by providing funding opportunities for local projects that support additional transportation options, strengthen local economies, improve quality of life, protect the natural environment, and enhance transportation infrastructure. The Transportation Alternatives (TA)…

Oklahoma Freight Transportation Plan Update 2023-2030

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 described freight trends, needs, and issues across the state of Oklahoma. The OFTP identified critical rural and urban freight corridors, and included policies, strategies, and performance measures to guide investment. The purpose of the plan update is to reassess Oklahoma’s freight needs and identify any…

ODOT seeking stakeholder input, hosting virtual meeting on electric vehicle charging plan 

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 present information and get feedback on Oklahoma’s Electric Vehicle Plan to expand the availability of EV charging stations along major highway corridors through a new federal program. Oklahoma will receive $66 million in federal funding during the next five years through the National Electric Vehicle…

Duncan Bypass at Elk Avenue

ODOT proposes to construct an overpass and interchange at Duncan Bypass and Elk Avenue, with Duncan Bypass elevated over Elk Avenue. Constructing an interchange on an offset alignment will offer improvements to accommodate future traffic growth and enhanced safety, and offer a straight roadway between Elk and Beech avenues. The existing Duncan Bypass and Elk Avenue will remain open during construction and access to residences and businesses will be maintained.…

US-62 narrows to one lane east of Altus Monday, April 18

US-62 narrows to one lane east of Altus Monday, April 18 East and westbound US-62 will be narrowed to one lane in both directions between Headrick and US-183 in Snyder, just east of Altus, beginning 8 a.m. Monday, April 18 through winter 2022 for bridge rehabilitation over the North Fort Red River, BNSF railroad and county road. There will be width restrictions in place. Drivers are encouraged to locate an…

Virtual Open House: SH4 at Fox Lane, Grady County

ODOT has scheduled a Virtual Open House for April 13-27, 2022, at www.odot.org/sh4foxlane. The purpose of the meeting is to present information about the project and obtain information from the public to assist in the identification of critical social, economic and environmental effects that may result from the project. Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside Implementation Guidance as Revised by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT), in cooperation with…

Officials unveil first look at ACCESS Oklahoma turnpike plan Projects connect corridors, communities

… ACCESS Oklahoma, which stands for Advancing and Connecting Communities and Economies Safely Statewide, is a comprehensive, long-range planning process that looks at ongoing highway infrastructure needs for the next 15 years. It is designed to improve access to communities and help meet the state’s future infrastructure needs. This is the first plan of its type by OTA, and it will complement the agency’s five-year Capital Improvement Program. …