- Date: 07/24/2023
Two years ago, Mitchell Elliott had a tough time convincing his organization that an on-demand transportation service would work in…
Parts of Bartlesville have been targeted for a pilot program to improve rural public transportation with a rideshare-esque, after-hours shuttle service. Beginning Nov. 4, Pick Transportation will allow Bartlesville residents to book rides within the city for $3 after normal public transit hours. Part of a mobility on demand effort organized by Pelivan Transit, Kiblos Transit, Cimarron Public Transit and JAMM Transit, Bartlesville is the largest of 21 cities across the state where the program will be tested.
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