8 Year Construction Work Plan

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is pleased to provide the Federal Fiscal Year 2022-2029 Eight Year Construction Work Plan, which contains critical needed transportation improvement projects for our interstates, U.S. and State highways and bridges. https://oklahoma.gov/odot/programs-and-projects/8-year-construction-work-plan.html

Community Design for Economic Vibrancy and Public Health Webinar Series

Community Design for Economic Vibrancy and Public Health Webinar Series To assist communities in identifying and training an interdisciplinary team on best practices for creating community environments, policies, and programs to encourage routine physical activity, particularly through increased walking, bicycling, and park use. Speaker: Mark Fenton – Associate professor at Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy. Former host of the “America’s Walking” series on PBS and a…

All aboard! Go online to keep Oklahoma’s 2021 State Rail Plan development on track

A virtual open house is underway to assist the Oklahoma Department of Public Transportation in updating the State Rail Plan. Input from the public is needed to help develop the state’s long-term planning for freight and passenger rail. The State Rail Plan is updated every four years to establish policy, priorities, and implementation strategies for rail in the state. This planning document keeps inventory of all rail lines, analyzes rail…

May Transportation Commission video teleconference meeting scheduled for Monday, May 3

The Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s monthly meeting is scheduled to take place as a video teleconference at 11 a.m. Monday, May 3 due to COVID-19 precautions. Members of the public and media will be able to access the web livestream video or listen by phone by following the instructions at the bottom of this release. Items to be addressed at the meeting: Secretary of Transportation and Oklahoma Department of Transportation Executive Director Tim…

Alternative Fuel Corridors Designations and Funding for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

FHWA recently completed the fifth round of designations for the Alternative Fuel Corridors program. With the designation of these corridors, FHWA is continuing to establish a national network of alternative fueling and charging infrastructure along national highway system corridors. To date, FHWA’s Alternative Fuel Corridors Program includes: 125 Nominations submitted from state and local officials; Designations on segments or entire lengths of 134 Interstate corridors (including Hawaii and Alaska), along…