Transportation: Lifeblood of the Economy
Lifeblood from ODOT on Vimeo.
Business leaders and economists from across Oklahoma share why transportation infrastructure and access to transportation is so important to businesses and the state economy. Oklahoma's highway system is the state's single largest asset, worth an estimated $60 billion. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation continually works to maintain and improve access and mobility statewide as traffic is projected to increase in the future and as the state competes in the global economy.
Last Modified on 01/05/2017
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