State agencies unveil ACCESS Oklahoma infrastructure initiative

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Governor Kevin Stitt and Oklahoma Transportation Secretary Tim Gatz led announcements for the “ACCESS Oklahoma” statewide initiative during the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority meeting in Oklahoma City on Feb. 22, 2022. ACCESS Oklahoma stands for Advancing and Connecting Communities and Economies Safely Statewide. This $5 billion, 15-year long-range plan identifies and addresses ongoing highway infrastructure needs to improve access to communities across the Oklahoma turnpike network. Portions of the plan will impact Norman and Cleveland County. Maps, FAQs and informational videos can be found at, as coordinated and managed through the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. See information on property acquisition processes at

The City of Norman recognizes the importance of transportation and will remain engaged in cooperative efforts as required to assist state agencies in the ACCESS Oklahoma implementation.