The COVID-19 global pandemic is having an unprecedented impact on transit in Central Oklahoma. This page tracks EMBARK's response and any related service changes since March 11, 2020. The latest information will be listed first.
As Oklahoma City has grown, so has the need for affordable, efficient transportation options for all of our community members, including Oklahoma City’s students. We recently sat down with Mary Mélon, president and CEO at the Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools, and U.S. Grant High School senior Daniel Cervantes, to discuss the…
Providing safe, convenient transportation for all Oklahoma City community members is priority number one at EMBARK. With the EMBARK Plus paratransit services, passengers with physical or cognitive disabilities are able to utilize public transit through shared-ride opportunities, ensuring that all EMBARK customers have access to a safe, affordable ride.
In Oklahoma City, more people are relying on public transit options than ever before. Bus service, in particular, continues to serve a diverse group of needs for residents across the metro. Whether you ride the bus personally or not, chances are public transportation impacts your life in some way. Steve Willingham, owner of Clarity Coffee in Oklahoma City, talked to us about why EMBARK…
The sticky heat of summer is fading into the crispness of fall and carefree summer days have been replaced with more studious pursuits. It’s that time: a new school year is here. No matter how much students may (or may not) be dreading hitting the hallways once again, EMBARK has services designed to help Oklahoma City’s students get around the city.
EMBARK parking staff have seen just about everything. Employees have helped customers with flat tires, cracked windshields, dead car batteries, and even the occasional customer who can’t remember where they’ve parked. Let’s say you’re leaving a concert at midnight. You return to your car parked in a downtown garage or an EMBARK surface lot only to find that your vehicle won’t start. What ON EARTH do you do? Did you know EMBARK staff can help?
New this season, Oklahoma River Cruise tickets can be purchased through the Token Transit mobile app, which means you don’t have to stand in the hot sun for one more moment to purchase tickets at the Regatta Park Landing boathouse.
EMBARK was recently honored for its continued investment in the future of central Oklahoma. Together with the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG), EMBARK is addressing problems affecting the area at large, like sustainability, growth of the city’s urban core and development of the MAPS program.