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The City of Broken Arrow, in coordination with Tulsa Transit, will host a public open house to discuss future transit services in Broken Arrow and the surrounding communities on Thursday, Feb. 20.
Residents and visitors are encouraged to attend the open house meeting between 4-7 p.m., Feb. 20, at the Public Safety Complex, 1101 N. 6th St. (behind Bill Knight Collision Center). Presentations will be held at 4:10, 5:15 and 6:15 p.m.
Tulsa Transit’s consulting group, Olsson, anticipates the study’s completion by summer 2020. The project strives to enhance transportation options in the community while also taking public feedback into consideration.
Currently, Tulsa Transit operates three routes within Broken Arrow. The 902 and 909 express routes drive commuters from park and ride locations around Broken Arrow to Downtown Tulsa. The 508 route is a circulator in Broken Arrow, which can deviate to locations within the service area.
The project team will present an overview of the study process and; discuss existing services and potential transit concepts during the public open house.
For more information about the meeting and ways to get involved, visit http://tulsatransit.org/2020/02/broken-arrow-public-meeting.