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.
SH-7/Duncan Bypass narrows to one lane through September North and southbound SH-7/Duncan Bypass will intermittently be narrowed to one lane from just east of US-81… Read More »SH-7/Duncan Bypass narrows to one lane through September
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation has officially opened a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the implementation of the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program Funding
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) is seeking feedback on current transportation services as well as gaps and unmet needs as part of the development of new regional, coordinated public transit-human services transportation plans. Your input will help ODOT understand the current issues and develop strategies for meeting those needs.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) will release a Request for Proposals (RFP) in July 2023 for the implementation of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) NEVI Formula Program Funding. Proposals will be due in September 2023.
ODOT, OTA encourages motorists to Make it Home Safe; Make Oklahoma Safe with new work zone safety awareness campaign
Congratulations to our communities whose TAP applications were approved by the ODOT Transportation Commission Item.
If interested in participating, please submit a Notice of Interest. In order to be considered, structure must be a minimum of 20’ in length and must be rated structurally deficient on the most recent bridge inspection report.
New pilot program connects Oklahomans with transportation services in rural areas A new state mobility management pilot program launching this spring will help connect communities… Read More »New pilot program connects Oklahomans with transportation services in rural areas
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.