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OKG Newsletter

Topic: parking

Back it up

Angle parking is a possibility on Broadway, but what about reverse-angle parking?


Jenny Coon Peterson
Angle parking is a possibility on Broadway, but what about reverse-angle parking?
Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Parking info

Halloween Parade

Gazette staff
Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Packed parking

Letters to the Editor

Justin Howe
With regard to a recent story on parking problems along N. Western Avenue (July 11, Oklahoma Gazette), I live on N.W. 42nd Street, just east of Western. Between Francis and Western, there are 16 duplexes, constantly occupied, averaging three adults (and three cars) per structure. These duplexes have two-car detached garages, all of them have shared one-car driveways, so the third car of the pair of units invariably ends up in the street.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Parked plans

Developers put on hold efforts to turn the First National Center’s annex buildings into parking.


Dawn Watson
Plans to convert a portion of the First National Center into parking are on hold while developers wait for the building to go into receivership.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Sun and shade


Kevan Goff-Parker
Visitors at Oklahoma City Veterans Affairs Medical Center can’t miss it: A massive, gray and black solar-panel system now looms over half of the parking lot, providing both shade and power for the medical facility and the more than 225,000 veterans it serves.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Parking avenues

The growth of downtown OKC spurs a need for more parking — a lot more.


Tim Farley
Oklahoma City’s downtown growth explosion the last few years would give any economic development director a euphoric high.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Better buses

More frequent bus stops and less wait time are planned for Metro Transit buses.


Tim Farley
More frequent stops will be implemented in the Metro Transit bus system starting in January pending formal approval.
Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Up and coming

The Rise promises a blend of historic and new with an array of retail and dining along NW 23rd Street and Walker Avenue.


Tim Farley
Self-preservation was high on Johnathan Russell’s list of reasons for redeveloping an area at NW 23rd Street and Walker Avenue that once was known more for its drug deals and prostitution than trendy restaurants and retail outlets.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014