Welcome!

Serving Alfalfa, Beaver, Blaine, Cimarron, Dewey, Ellis, Garfield, Grant, Harper, Kay, Kingfisher, Major, Noble, Texas, Woods and Woodward counties.

The Northern Oklahoma Rural Transportation Planning Organization (NORTPO) is a division of the Northern Oklahoma Development Authority (NODA) and addresses transportation planning in the 16 counties of the NODA & OEDA (Oklahoma Economic Development Authority) districts.

Meetings of the NORTPO are open to the public and occur quarterly on the thirdThursday of that month at 1 pm in the conference room at Northern Oklahoma Development Authority (NODA), 2901 N. Van Buren, Enid, Okla. Special meetings may be called for the smooth continuation of work on current projects.

Any questions concerning the NORTPO or the plan can be directed to Vicki Eggers or Patti Lickliter.

About NORTPO

The Northern Oklahoma Regional Transportation Planning Organization (NORTPO) Public Participation Plan has been developed to assure that the transportation planning process conducted by NORTPO complies with Federal requirements for public involvement and participation.

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Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT)

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT), in partnership with the Oklahoma Transit Association (OTA), is tasked with the development of a statewide public transit policy plan, “Oklahoma Mobility.”

Oklahoma Mobility’s purpose is to:

  • Establish standards and protocols for agencies involved in the delivery and funding of public transit services.
  • Set the foundation for policies guiding transit investments statewide as well as establishing programs and strategies to enhance transit services. 
  • Aid the development of a policy that addresses the transit challenges of today.

ODOT is seeking your input whether, you are a transit rider or someone who rarely uses transit, on how the public transit system in Oklahoma can best serve your needs. Please go to https://www.oktransitplan.org/survey and complete the survey.

Contact NORTPO

580.237.4810