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OKC Moves Proposed Service Changes

Our OKC Moves Draft Service Concept is based on what we heard from our community in the spring of 2022: the community was supportive of transitioning to a grid system with high frequency corridors, later evening service, and expanded weekend service. Based on input gathered at the public meetings, it is anticipated that these changes will go into effect in Fall 2023.

Major changes planned by EMBARK include:

Why are these service changes happening?

Graphic of the goals of OKC Moves Service Changes

System Summary

Questions & Comments

Phase I Community Engagement

Phase one public engagement results

 Public Meeting Accomodations

Anyone who requires an accommodation, or modification of policies or procedures, or an auxiliary aid or service in order to participate in an EMBARK public meeting should contact EMBARK at 405-297-1331 or TDD 711*, or by email, as soon as possible but not later than 48 hours (not including weekends or holidays) before the scheduled meeting.

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What is OKC Moves?

The purpose of OKC Moves is to assess the existing conditions of transit service in Central Oklahoma and explore ways to improve the transit system. OKC Moves will use technical analysis and community input to design a system that meets the needs of the community. The outcome of the study will be a detailed plan for transit improvements and investments.

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