Carless in OKC

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Open Streets, a huge celebration in Oklahoma City, is coming to the Uptown 23rd Street District later this month.

In the final weekly edition of Carless in OKC, John and Elizabeth Tankard give us a taste of what we can expect this year.

What does it take to live without a car in OKC?  The Tankards are trying to find out. You can read all about their experiences at carlessinokc.blogspot.com.

Bicycle sharing is becoming a popular way to reduce driving populations in cities across the U.S., including a new system in Oklahoma City.

John and Elizabeth Tankard explain how this new program is especially helpful for people who choose to go Carless in OKC.

What does it take to live without a car in OKC?  The Tankards are trying to find out. You can read all about their experiences at carlessinokc.blogspot.com.

Recycling in Oklahoma City leaves a lot to be desired especially if you live in multi-family units, such as apartments.

And, as John and Elizabeth Tankard explains it can be even worse if you choose to go Carless in OKC.

What does it take to live without a car in OKC?  The Tankards are trying to find out. You can read all about their experiences at carlessinokc.blogspot.com.

Going without a car in an urban setting usually means not worrying about a parking space.

But, as John and Elizabeth Tankard learn parking still plays a role even for those who choose to go Carless in OKC.

What does it take to live without a car in OKC?  The Tankards are trying to find out. You can read all about their experiences at carlessinokc.blogspot.com.

Going without a car provides an opportunity to get to know your community in a better way.

John and Elizabeth Tankard take a look at urban living while being Carless in OKC.

What does it take to live without a car in OKC?  The Tankards are trying to find out. You can read all about their experiences at carlessinokc.blogspot.com.

Big changes are coming to Oklahoma City for those without a vehicle or who want a fun way to travel downtown.

John and Elizabeth Tankard talk about the newest form of transportation in this week's Carless in OKC.

What does it take to live without a car in OKC?  The Tankards are trying to find out. You can read all about their experiences at carlessinokc.blogspot.com.

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Going without a vehicle creates unique problems especially in areas of the city without a grocery store.

John and Elizabeth tackle the issue of urban food deserts in this week’s Carless in OKC.

What does it take to live without a car in OKC?  The Tankards are trying to find out. You can read all about their experiences at carlessinokc.blogspot.com.

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A new form of standing up against injustice sweeping across the nation is having an impact on highway drivers.

John and Elizabeth Tankard discuss protestors taking to the freeways in this week’s Carless in OKC.

What does it take to live without a car in OKC?  The Tankards are trying to find out. You can read all about their experiences at carlessinokc.blogspot.com.

There’s no denying that Oklahoma City’s road system centers around vehicles and drivers.

But, for John and Elizabeth Tankard, maybe it’s time for the metro to be more accommodating for people who chose to go Carless in OKC.

What does it take to live without a car in OKC?  The Tankards are trying to find out. You can read all about their experiences at carlessinokc.blogspot.com.

People who choose to go without a vehicle in Oklahoma City choose bicycles as an alternative form of transportation.

In this week’s Carless in OKC, John and Elizabeth Tankard talk about how motorists can keep cyclists safe.

What does it take to live without a car in OKC?  The Tankards are trying to find out. You can read all about their experiences at carlessinokc.blogspot.com.

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