Our history all began with United We Ride the Interagency Transportation Coordinating Council on Access and Mobility.
Executive Order 13330 signed by the nation's president on February 24,2004, established the new Interagency Transportation Coordinating Council on Access and Mobility, chaired by then-Secretary of Transportation. An outgrowth of this was United We Ride.
Two years later, the Governor's Oklahoma United We Ride Council was created by the State's governor in 2006, and established by Governor Mary Fallin in Executive Order 2015-11.
Initial funding for Oklahoma United We Ride was provided by the United States Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration (FTA). Subsequent program partnership and funding was provided through an Interagency Agreement between the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS), Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA), Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) and Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (OKDRS) which is the lead agency on coordinating the activities of the Council and development/administration of this website as well as MyRide--Statewide. MyRide is a web-based clearinghouse of Oklahoma's transportation resources.
Because lack of transportation is a barrier to finding and keeping employment, Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services and the Governor's Oklahoma United We Ride Council partner with Oklahoma Works in their efforts to help build Oklahoma's workforce.
Our vision is a barrier-free transportation system that supports and meets the needs of all Oklahomans.
The Council shall assess passenger transportation services in Oklahoma in order to maximize their availability, efficiency, and quality and make recommendations to the Governor.
Empower Oklahomans with Disabilities