ODOT Asks for Public Input Regarding Transportation Plan

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is in the process of preparing the state's long-term transportation plan for 2015-2040.

What would you like to see the future of transportation in Oklahoma look like?

ODOT will hold three public meetings across the state in June, as ODOT looks for public input and disseminates transportation information.

The long-term plan will deal with improvements to highways, airports, rural transit, waterways and pedestrian and bicyclist travel for the upcoming 25 years.

The first public meeting will be tonight at 6 p.m. at the Muskogee Civic Center. Tomorrow a meeting will be held at the Moore Public Library and Thursday a meeting will be held at the Frisco Center in Clinton.

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