The Alternatives Analysis (AA) identified the streetcar as the transportation solution to improve connections within Oklahoma City's greater downtown growth centers, spur economic development opportunities, improve mobility, expand transportation options and improve air quality.
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MAPS 3 Transit
In December, 2009, Oklahoma City voters approved the MAPS 3 sales tax. The sales tax will begin April 1, 2010 and last seven-years and nine-months. This was a renewal of a previous one-cent MAPS tax.
The initiative will fund eight projects and is estimated to raise $777 million, including $17 million in contingency funds.
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