EMBARK operates its programs and services in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Federal Transit Administration guidelines for the provision of services to individuals with disabilities. EMBARK also operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, national origin or any other characteristic protected by law including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Every department, division, and employee of EMBARK is responsible for carrying out the agency's commitment to non-discrimination, including the requirements of Title VI.
If you ride public transportation often, for your daily commute or weekend meetups, public transit is a key part of your day. You know what normal looks like for public transit so when something doesn’t seem right, let us know so we can stop crime before it starts.
Whether you’re following your regular commute route or on your way to a movie or meet up with friends, public transit is a key part of your day and no one can spot something suspicious or out of place better than you.
Public alerted to significant first responder presence downtown for routine safety drill, Hudson Ave. street closure
EMBARK is seeking input from the public on the proposed OKC Moves service changes, which include modifications to Oklahoma City bus routes planned to go into effect this fall if approved by the Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority (COTPA) Board.
The OKC Streetcar reached its 1 million rider milestone on Saturday, September 10, since service began in December 2018, according to EMBARK officials.
EMBARK officials recently released findings from the 2021 Transit Rider Survey for its fixed-route bus and OKC Streetcar services.
With numerous improvements over the past several years, EMBARK was just named the “North America’s Outstanding Public Transportation System” by the American Public Transportation Association for systems providing less than 4 million annual passenger trips.
Due to budgetary reductions resulting from a decline in municipal sales tax revenue, the Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority (COTPA) is proposing to eliminate a contracted transportation service known as LINK.
Research and our local experience has shown increased frequency leads to increases in ridership.
Oklahoma City’s public transportation system is embarking on a new journey. The bus system, which has been in existence since 1966, will be launching major system improvements Monday, April 28 and will formally transition to a new name.