Topic : EMBARK

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OKC launches MAPS 3 streetcar system

Rail| December 19, 2018

The project was funded through MAPS 3, which is an $805 million capital improvement program that is funded by a one-cent sales tax initiative that began in April 2010.

GMs discuss impact of first-, last-mile solutions

Mobility| September 24, 2018

We asked top transit officials which mobility option (microtransit, autonomous vehicles or bike-share) do you feel could have the most impact at your agency?

Rail| February 14, 2018

First Oklahoma City Streetcar delivered

Each streetcar can carry 104 passengers, and each stop will be served every 12 to 15 minutes.

Mobility| June 5, 2017

OKC's EMBARK taps Herzog to operate streetcar system

The firm will provide all required operations and maintenance functions, from preparing detailed operating procedures and readying the system for start-up, to providing all necessary day-to-day streetcar operations functions, including scheduling, training, and maintenance of the 4.8 miles of revenue track.

Sustainability| December 15, 2016

OKC's EMBARK receives federal grant for CNG bus purchase

Six new buses will replace aging vehicles in the fleet. The buses will be similar to the six 40-foot CNG buses that rolled out on the street this fall.

Rail| November 23, 2016

OKC to launch communication plan ahead of streetcar construction

Numerous businesses operate along the streetcar's routes, so the group's plan is to work with those business and property owners to be sure their operations are disrupted as little as possible.

Management & Operations| September 12, 2016

Rebrand, improved service boosts EMBARK’s stature in the community

EMBARK realigned much of its bus system and improved weekday frequencies.

Management & Operations| July 14, 2016

OKC's EMBARK goes tobacco-free

By partnering with the State Health Department, the City County Health Department, Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust and other healthcare providers, employees and riders can gain access to free tools to help quit tobacco.

Bus| April 15, 2014

Oklahoma City transit changing name, increasing service

The new identity, EMBARK, will represent all services — bus transit, parking and ferry.

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