Exciting progress continues in the Innovation District with public input on the MAPS 4 Innovation District Connectivity Masterplan. Residents, visitors, workers, business owners and property owners are encouraged to provide input, thoughts and ideas about how to encourage better interaction between the existing businesses and institutions as well as how to improve sidewalks, bike lanes and connectivity to increase the pedestrian and walkable nature of the district.
Specific corridors to be addressed include N. Lincoln Boulevard, NE Fourth Street, NE Eighth Street and the NE 10th Street bridge at Interstate 235.
The city of Oklahoma City has engaged Kimley-Horn to develop a master plan to determine how to improve connectivity and linkages surrounding the Innovation District. A key phase is gathering public input. On the website there is an electronic survey as well as an interactive map where people can add a comment on a site-specific location in the Innovation District area to suggest sidewalk, bicycle, and public transit connectivity improvements. All input will be carefully considered and utilized to develop projects for the MAPS 4 Innovation District Neighborhood Connectivity project.