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The United We Ride Council operates under the Open Meeting Act. Indivduals wanting to attend may find meetings posted on this website as well as the website of the Secretary of State.

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United We Ride is not a transit provider. It is a Council created by Executive Order for the purpose of assessing what community transportation exists and recommending ways to better coordinate that transportation.

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The Governor's Oklahoma United We Ride Council recommended to Governor Mary Fallin the creation of The Oklahoma Mobility Management Network (OMMN),The Network,a web-based clearinghouse for community transportation resources to serve as a Statewide Mobility Manager. The Network has since come into existence; the Governor's United Ride Council moved forward in, April 2013, to create and launch MyRide--Statewide. Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services Administers and Manages the website. MyRide is an information clearinghouse and functions within the existing United We Ride Council website. Look for us under the marketing url www.MyRide.ok.gov

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MyRide is populated with direct links to websites of transit providers across the state. Those websites include information such as: type of services, service areas, hours of operation, and contact information. With a few computer keystrokes on the MyRide page, riders can locate a ride from their area of the state. MyRide can also be accessed by calling our toll-free hotline at 844-OKMyRide. A call center representative will navigate the website for you.

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Having comprehensive data in one location will assist transit providers and community service agencies in identifying gaps in service so they can collaborate to fill the gaps. Ideally, at some point an agency will step up to collaborate and partner with other entities to create a statewide Mobility Manager that can actually schedule rides for any of the transit systems of the state --that could happen!

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MyRide--Statewide is the branding adopted by this Council's Marketing and Outreach Committee. We like it because it is catchy, easy to remember, and it leaves ownership and ability to find a ride with individuals. And it is statewide. The name "MyRide" is used throughout this website and wherever we market this one-call/one-click service.

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No, MyRide cannot schedule a ride. MyRide is associated with the Governor's Oklahoma United We Ride website. It is a clearinghouse of Transit Provider information available to anyone with access to a computer and the internet. Using the information found on MyRide directs users to websites of Oklahoma's Transit Providers.

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While 2-1-1 can answer questions about transportation, it also gives answers and helps with food & clothing, rent & utility payment assistance, housing & shelter, counseling & health care. 2-1-1 can be accessed by a phone call or through their website at www.211oklahoma.org. MyRide is specific to addressing public transportation needs. MyRide links you directly to websites of public transportation providers. MyRide can only help you locate a ride.

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