Starting August 1, 2023, the expanded Haul Pass Program will provide public transportation for youth, 18-years and under, to help them get to school at no cost, provide eco-friendly transportation for school organized field trips, and help students develop public transportation navigation skills.
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.
Through the implementation of the Haul Pass program and improvements to the city’s transit services, we can continue to provide affordable, sustainable transit for our students and all residents of Oklahoma City.
EMBARK and other partners are adjusting the free grocery shuttle service in northeast Oklahoma City as part of ongoing efforts to meet needs in the short- and long-term fight against the food desert crisis.
New shelter represents EMBARK’s commitment to quality facilities and service enhancements.
NewView Oklahoma employees and clients will be riding the bus throughout the day to highlight the significance of the white cane as a tool of independence and mobility for people who are blind or visually impaired.
To support students and the schools, EMBARK is piloting an expansion of its Haul Pass program to give all Oklahoma City Public School juniors and seniors free bus rides anywhere, anytime EMBARK buses are running.
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.