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Our history all began with United We Ride the Interagency Transportation Coordinating Council on Access and Mobility.
Executive Order 13330 signed by President Bush on February 24,2004, established the new Interagency Transportation Coordinating Council on Access and Mobility, chaired by the Secretary of Transportation, Norman Y. Mineta. An outgrowth of this was United We Ride.
The Governor's Oklahoma United We Ride Council was created by Executive Order 2006-20 (see the Order here) by Governor Brad Henry. The Council was continued in Executive Order 2008-31; Bylaws were adopted on November 20, 2008. The Council was continued in Executive Order 2011-10 by Governor Mary Fallin. These Executive Orders may be viewed in their entirety at Office of the Secretary of State.
Council's Purpose and Funding ______________________________________________________________________________________________
Initial funding for Oklahoma United We Ride was provided by the United States Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration (FTA). Subsequent program funding was provided through an Interagency Agreement between the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS), Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA), and Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT). Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services is the lead agency on coordinating the activities of the Council and development and administration of MyRide--Statewide.
Create an Oklahoma transportation system that supports/meets the needs of all Oklahoma citizens including older adults, people with disabilities and low income individuals.
UWR will Partner in the development, outreach, and marketing of the Oklahoma Mobility Management Network with the understanding that public awareness of existing transportation services has the potential to help Oklahomans meet their transportation needs.
Contact the Council
This website is updated and managed by Irene Martin. For information not found on the site's navigation tabs, send us a message by clicking CONTACT THE COUNCIL or contact the Council Coordinator directly by phone or email.
Irene Martin, Council Coordinator and Transportation Resources Coordinator, Oklahoma Dept. of Rehabilitation Services
Phone: (405)951-3408 E-mail: email@example.com