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ODOT Wants Help in Planning through 2040
Tue June 3, 2014
Oklahoma Transportation Plans for Next 25 Years
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation wants to hear from you about its Long Range Transportation Plan.
KOSU’s Michael Cross reports the soon-to-be updated 25-year plan will see the state through 2040.
ODOT is holding three meetings next week asking for public help in crafting a transportation plan for the next 25 years.
Director Mike Patterson says he’s looking forward to hearing from people on things like highways, rural transit, waterways and rail.
“It is an effort to get out with the communities around the state and get input from people, because we don’t know what other people are looking at."
The meetings run from six to eight in the evenings on June 10th at the Muskogee Civic Center, June 11th at the Moore Public Library and June 12th at the Frisco Center in Clinton.
Comments can also be made online at OKLongRangePlan.Org.