Tulsa Transit To Receive $3.2 Million To Improve Public Transportation


Newson6.com By Erick Payne

August 13th 2020


TULSA, Okla. - Oklahoma is getting more than $13 million in federal money to improve public transportation.


Part of that will be used to significantly improve Tulsa Transit service.


Tulsa Transit is getting a federal grant of $3.2 million on top of its own $1.4 million to replace buses and upgrade its call center.


It will start planning a Route 66 rapid transit bus line, like the AERO line that runs on Peoria from 81st Street all the way to 56th Street North. Businesses here said it's a good sign for the resurgence of the historic road.


Emma Watts with Buck Atom's Cosmic Curios said they often have travelers from all over visiting their shop.


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