TULSA - Changes could be coming soon to several Tulsa bus routes.
City of Tulsa officials met Tuesday to discuss transportation improvements, focusing on three specific bus routes.
The Route 105 change would extend it to 36th Street North to North Harvard Avenue. The bus would then turn around at the Wayman Tisdale Health Specialty Clinic.
The new Route 117 would travel to Tulsa Hills using Union Avenue and would no longer go through West 41st to Elwood Avenue. The route would offer 45 minute all-day frequency.
The proposed Route 118 would become a west Tulsa circular route and would service the eliminated 41st and Elmwood portion proposed for 117. It would also work on a 45 minute all-day frequency. Like 117, it would also service Warehouse Market and would transfer to 117 at West 41st and Union Avenue, West 51st and Tacoma and West 61st and Union Avenue.
Before finalizing any of these changes, the city now wants to hear from the community.
Anyone with suggestions may offer their input:
The department will review all comments given before Jan. 24 and have set a March 4 date for the route alterations to go into effect.
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