Reach your destination
with regional transit
Reach your destination
with regional transit.
Reach your destination
with regional transit.

What is regional transit?

Regional transit is not just commuter rail – it can include expanded and enhanced bus service, modern streetcars, and other modes of transportation. The Regional Transportation Authority of Central Oklahoma will serve its six-member cities Del City, Edmond, Midwest City, Moore, Norman, and Oklahoma City.

Commuter Rail

Commuter Rail

The proposed backbone of the regional system, commuter rail can connect central Oklahoma communities in a new way.

Streetcar

Streetcar

Higher capacity than buses, streetcars can serve corridors that expect to have higher ridership.

Expanded bus

Expanded & Enhanced Bus

Whether navigating your community or traveling to and from a commuter rail station, expanded and enhanced bus service is necessary for commuter rail to thrive.

Other Modes

Other Modes

As the demand for transit continues to grow in central Oklahoma, diverse transit options will be needed, such as van pools, micro-transit, bus rapid transit (BRT), and bike share.

What is regional transit?

Regional transit is not just commuter rail. It includes expanded bus service, street cars and other types of modes of transportation.

Commuter Rail

Commuter Rail

The proposed backbone of the regional system, commuter rail can connect central Oklahoma communities in a new way.

Streetcar

Streetcar

Higher capacity than buses, streetcar can serve corridors that expect to have higher ridership.

Expanded bus

Expanded Bus

Whether navigating your community or traveling to and from a commuter rail station, expanded bus service is a key component to any transit system.

Other Modes

Other Modes

As transit grows in central Oklahoma, other modes such as bus rapid transit and light rail may be needed.
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Meetings & Notices

Regional Transportation Authority of Central Oklahoma  meets monthly in the Arts District Parking Garage, Large Conference Room, 431 West Main Street, Suite B in Oklahoma City. Meeting notices and agendas are posted here and filed with the Secretary of State.
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Doing business

We work to advance regional transportation needs in Central Oklahoma. Our purpose is to plan, develop, fund, implement, and operate a regional transit system.