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Open house set for future MAPS 3 Interstate 44 West Trail

December 20, 2013

The public is invited to attend an open house to get information and provide feedback on an eight-mile MAPS 3 trail planned along the I-44 corridor from Lake Hefner to the Oklahoma River.

The open house is come-and-go and takes place from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 15 at Will Rogers Garden Exhibition Center in Will Rogers Park, 3400 NW 36th Street. The project team from MacArthur Associated Consultants will make a short presentation at 6 p.m.

“Once built, the I-44 West Trail will open up recreation and commuting opportunities for cyclists, runners, walkers and inline skaters from NW Oklahoma City to the Oklahoma River,” MAPS 3 Program Manager David Todd said.  “We are excited about the urban trail and expect it will be widely used, particularly by commuters who want to bike to work downtown.”

The I-44 West Trail was recommended in the Oklahoma City Trails Master Plan. Funding for the $13.8 million trail project comes from MAPS 3.
About MAPS 3
MAPS 3 is a $777 million construction program designed to improve the quality of life in Oklahoma City. It is funded by a one-cent sales tax initiative that began in April 2010 and ends in December 2017. MAPS 3 funds eight projects: Downtown Convention Center, Downtown Public Park, Modern Streetcar, Oklahoma River Improvements, Oklahoma State Fairgrounds Improvements, Senior Health and Wellness Centers and Trails and Sidewalks.

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Chris George
Oklahoma City Realtor

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