A Return to the Rails
Territorial Oklahoma City began developing its original streetcar system in 1902, eventually covering 138 miles from downtown, extending west to El Reno, north to Guthrie and south to Norman. Today Oklahoma City is a city in the midst of a vibrant rebirth with a new streetcar system for the 21st century. This week on LoyalTV, find out how Oklahoma City was built on public transportation and why the next generation of streetcars honors the city's pioneering roots.
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