On Tuesday, November 18 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., everyone is invited to the historic Santa Fe Station (100 South E.K. Gaylord Boulevard) in downtown Oklahoma City to talk about the future of transportation in Central Oklahoma. The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) is developing a metropolitan transportation plan to guide local, state, and federal investments through 2040. The public meeting will provide the opportunity for the public to contribute to the direction of Central Oklahoma’s transportation system.
With projections of regional land use, population, and employment, ACOG will create Encompass 2040, a new metropolitan transportation plan, to help elected officials and policymakers throughout the region select transportation projects to achieve Central Oklahoma’s goals. Your input and involvement will assist in defining those goals.
Transportation is a key factor for growth and quality of life. The November 18 public meeting will let Central Oklahomans discuss their priorities and how future transportation investments can meet their needs. Discussion will focus on planning highway, transit, rail, air, freight, bicycle, and pedestrian improvements for safe and cost-effective transportation options for Central Oklahoma.
We hope you will join us on November 18 to talk about the future of transportation in Central Oklahoma.