Streetcar testing moves onto downtown Oklahoma City streets

Published Friday, June 22, 2018
by William Crum

Streetcar testing moved onto downtown Oklahoma City streets Monday, beginning six months of trials leading up to the start of service in December.

Monday's work was on the 2.3-mile loop that connects Bricktown with Chesapeake Energy Arena, the new convention center complex and park, and Myriad Gardens. A "clearance" cart was walked around the Bricktown loop to check for trees that must be trimmed, and other issues, before the streetcar vehicles themselves will begin test runs.

Read the full article in The Oklahoman.

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