Oklahomans rely on Public Transit for their day-to-day quality of life. OkFacesOfTransit.com showcases the vast need for public transit across the state of Oklahoma. Even though 34 agencies currently operate first-rate public transit systems, the policy and financial support those systems receive from the state is based on needs of Oklahomans as assessed in 2003. In total, Oklahoma has failed to adequately plan for a statewide, well-coordinated public transit system that meets the mobility needs of all Oklahomans.
OkFacesOfTransit.com is a program of the Oklahoma Transit Association
About OTA: Founded in 1983, the Oklahoma Transit Association (OTA) is the state’s voice for public transit. OTA’s membership is comprised of the 34 urban, small urban, suburban, rural and tribal transit agencies in the state who share the common priority of providing and improving mobility and access for all Oklahoman's. Industry-related vendors who share that vision also belong to OTA through its Associate Member Program. OTA’s mission is to support public transit through advocacy, education, communication and partnerships. The organization’s vision is to be distinguished as a leader in the public transit industry by facilitating the enhancement of mobility and access for all Oklahomans.