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New Areas to Explore

Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at 12:00:00 am

The current MAPS 3 projects will add more than 200 miles of trails throughout Oklahoma City over the next few years. Once all of the trails are complete, everyone will be able to travel through Oklahoma City’s neighborhoods between the lakes Hefner, Overholser and Draper and the Oklahoma River and back safely again along trails. The West River Trail is expected to be completed this year and will connect Lake Hefner to Oklahoma River. The three-phase plan is expected to continue for the next several years, so look for the number of outdoor recreational activities in Oklahoma City to multiply exponentially. MAPS 3 will also add new sidewalks throughout the city making daily travel easier for pedestrians.

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Can't wait till this trail is complete. I'll be able to bike from work to and around Hefner lake in the evenings!
Posted by: david on September 17, 2014 at 2:07:00 pm

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