EMBARK is offering the public a half-price sale on its transit passes from Dec 1-9. This sale includes daily, monthly, and annual transit passes for fixed-route bus, RAPID NW, OKC Streetcar, and Spokies bike share.
As National Bike Month is being celebrated in May, EMBARK has returned 60 pedal-only bicycles in its Spokies Bike Share program back into service.
Spokies Dash, a new dockless bike system, includes 25 bicycles that may be picked up or dropped off in the downtown, Bricktown, Deep Deuce, Film Row, Uptown, Page Woodson, Paseo Arts District, and Plaza District areas.
EMBARK launched major upgrades to the Spokies bike share system, by adding 50 new Trek bikes to the fleet and joining the national BCycle network.
In this plan, the NW Corridor is defined as the area that runs along North Classen Boulevard and Northwest Expressway. The goal of the concept plan is to focus on increasing mobility and healthcare access through multimodal public transportation options.
The Oklahoma City Planning Department, Oklahoma City County Health Department, the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments and EMBARK will present on the concept plan which identifies the potential for multimodal transportation in the NW Corridor.