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Oklahoma Senate approves bill coordinating transportation agencies

Oklahoma Senate approves bill coordinating transportation agencies

LandLine.com
APRIL 16, 2020
Keith Goble

One bill halfway through the Oklahoma statehouse is intended to improve coordination between the state’s two road agencies.

The Senate voted unanimously to advance a bill that is described to coordinate resources of the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. It now moves to the House.

At the request of Gov. Kevin Stitt, the introduced version of the bill called for consolidating the agencies. The governor said the change would make sense because the agencies have a lot of the same duties.

Sponsored by Senate President Pro Tem Greg Treat, SB1775 was amended as the bill made its way through the Senate... FULL ARTICLE

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